High-energy sources before INTEGRAL INTEGRAL reference catalog ?

@article{Ebisawa2003HighenergySB,
  title={High-energy sources before INTEGRAL INTEGRAL reference catalog ?},
  author={Ken Ebisawa and G. Bourban and Arash Bodaghee and Nami Mowlavi and T. J.-L. Courvoisier},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2003},
  volume={411}
}
We describe the INTEGRAL reference catalog which classifies previously known bright X-ray and gamma-ray sources before the launch of INTEGRAL. These sources are, or have been at least once, brighter than 1m Crab above 3 keV, and are expected to be detected by INTEGRAL. This catalog is being used in the INTEGRALQuick Look Analysisto discover new sources or significantly variable sources. We compiled several published X-ray and gamma-ray catalogs, and surveyed recent publications for new sources… 

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