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The 1st US-Japan Workshop Enabling Global Collaborations in Big Data Research

@inproceedings{Kitsuregawa2017The1U,
  title={The 1st US-Japan Workshop Enabling Global Collaborations in Big Data Research},
  author={Masaru Kitsuregawa and Etsuya Shibayama},
  year={2017}
}
Supernovae Type-Ia (SNeIa) play a significant role in exploring the history of the expansion of the Universe, since they are the best-known standard candles with which we can accurately measure the distance to the objects. Finding large samples of SNeIa and investigating their detailed characteristics has become an important issue in cosmology and astronomy. Existing methods relied on a photometric approach that first measures the luminance of supernova candidates precisely and then fits the… 

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