SPIDAST: a new modular software to process spectrointerferometric measurements

@article{Cruzalbes2013SPIDASTAN,
  title={SPIDAST: a new modular software to process spectrointerferometric measurements},
  author={P. Cruzal{\`e}bes and Y. Rabbia and A. Jorissen and A. Spang and S. Sacuto and E. Pasquato and A. Chiavassa and O. Chesneau and P. Fr{\'e}ville},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2013},
  volume={432},
  pages={1658-1671}
}
  • P. Cruzalèbes, Y. Rabbia, +6 authors P. Fréville
  • Published 2013
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
  • Extracting stellar fundamental parameters from Spectrointerferometric (SPI) data requires reliable estimates of observables and with robust uncertainties (visibility, triple product, phase closure). A number of fine calibration procedures are necessary throughout the reduction process. Testing departures from centrosymmetry of brightness distributions is a useful complement. Developing a set of automatic routines called SPIDAST (made available to the community) to reduce, calibrate and… CONTINUE READING

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