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Astronomical Image Processing System ++ is a software package whose development was started in the early nineties, written almost entirely in C… 
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2019
2019
A stable and unique solution to the ill-posed inverse problem in radio synthesis image analysis is sought employing Bayesian… 
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2016
2016
We present new high-resolution, multi-epoch, VLBA radio images of the Galactic microquasar SS 433. We are able to observe plasma… 
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2015
2015
The eXtended CASA Line Analysis Software Suite (XCLASS) is a toolbox for the Common Astronomy Software Applications package (CASA… 
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2015
2015
As both simulations and observations reach the resolution of the star-forming molecular clouds, it becomes important to clarify… 
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2014
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2014
Context. The analysis of astronomical interferometric data is often performed on the images obtained after deconvolving the… 
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2014
2014
Image processing techniques can be used to improve the cost-effectiveness of future interferometric Passive MilliMetre Wave (PMMW… 
2014
2014
The Atacama Large mm and sub-mm Array (ALMA) radio observatory is one of the world’s largest astronomical projects. After the… 
2013
2013
Studies of molecular outflows in high-mass young stellar objects reveal important information about the formation process of… 
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2011
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2011
In order to explain grain growth to mm sized particles and their retention in outer regions of protoplanetary disks, as it is… 
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