Evolution of infrared luminosity functions of galaxies in the AKARI NEP-deep field - Revealing the cosmic star formation history hidden by dust

@article{Goto2010EvolutionOI,
  title={Evolution of infrared luminosity functions of galaxies in the AKARI NEP-deep field - Revealing the cosmic star formation history hidden by dust},
  author={Tomotsugu Goto and Toshinobu Takagi and Hideo Matsuhara and Tsutomu T. Takeuchi and Chris Pearson and Takehiko Wada and T. Nakagawa and Olivier Ilbert and Emeric Le Floc’h and Shinki Oyabu and Youichi Ohyama and Matthew A. Malkan and H. m. Lee and M. G. Lee and Hanae Inami and Narae Hwang and Hitoshi Hanami and Myunshin Im and Koji Imai and Tsuyoshi Ishigaki and Stephen Serjeant and Hyunjin Shim},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2010},
  volume={514}
}
Aims. Dust-obscured star-formation increases with increasing intensity and increasing redshift. We aim to reveal the cosmic starformation history obscured by dust using deep infrared observation with AKARI. Methods. We constructed restframe 8 μm, 12 μm, and total infrared (TIR) luminosity functions (LFs) at 0.15 < z < 2.2 using 4128 infrared sources in the AKARI NEP-deep field. A continuous filter coverage in the mid-IR wavelength (2.4, 3.2, 4.1, 7, 9, 11, 15, 18, and 24 μm) by the AKARI… Expand
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