Statistical improvement in detection level of gravitational microlensing events from their light curves

@article{Ibrahim2015StatisticalII,
  title={Statistical improvement in detection level of gravitational microlensing events from their light curves},
  author={Ichsan Ibrahim and Hakim L. Malasan and Chatief Kunjaya and Anton T. Jaelani and Gerhana Puannandra Putri and Mitra Djamal},
  journal={Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2015},
  volume={18}
}
In astronomy, the brightness of a source is typically expressed in terms of magnitude. Conventionally, the magnitude is defined by the logarithm of received flux. This relationship is known as the Pogson formula. For received flux with a small signal to noise ratio (S/N), however, the formula gives a large magnitude error. We investigate whether the use of Inverse Hyperbolic Sine function (hereafter referred to as the Asinh magnitude) in the modified formulae could allow for an alternative… 

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