SynthIA: A Synthetic Inversion Approximation for the Stokes Vector Fusing SDO and Hinode into a Virtual Observatory

@article{Higgins2022SynthIAAS,
  title={SynthIA: A Synthetic Inversion Approximation for the Stokes Vector Fusing SDO and Hinode into a Virtual Observatory},
  author={Richard E. L. Higgins and David F. Fouhey and Spiro K. Antiochos and Graham Barnes and Mark C. M. Cheung and J. Todd Hoeksema and K. D. Leka and Yang Liu and Peter W. Schuck and Tamas I. I. Gombosi},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
  year={2022},
  volume={259}
}
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