The GHOST in CU8. Coralie Neiner Paris-Meudon Observatory Coralie.Neiner@obspm.fr GHOST website: http://www.ster.kuleuven.be/~coralie/gaiahot.html. GAIA lexicon….
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GHOST website: http://www.ster.kuleuven.be/~coralie/gaiahot.html
CU = Coordination Unit For CU8: manager=CBJ, deputy=Frederic Thevenin, scientific coordinator=CBJ, technical coordinator=Michel Nonon
DU = Development Unit = a group of people contributing to a CU or a sub-part of a CU (with a DU coordinator) GHOST = Gaia Hot Stars Team = a DU
(G)WP = (Gaia) Work Package = a group of tasks to be performed in a CU (with a WP manager and sub-WP managers)
SSU = Specific Stars Unit
Work Beakdown Structure
GWP-C-8110 Coordination and management
GWP-C-8120 Definition of system architecture
GWP-C-8140 Configuration management
GWP-C-8150 Hardware/System administration
models for hot stars and emission line stars (contributors: Y.Frémat, R. Blomme, C. Martayan, J. Zorec, J.-C. Bouret, F. Martins,…) Y. Frémat this afternoon
make sure the interstellar extinction is treated properly in emission line stars…
provide typical criteria for hot stars and emission line stars?
provide typical photometric criteria for hot stars and emission line stars?
provide typical spectral criteria for hot stars and emission line stars?
provide spectral criteria for hot stars and emission line stars?
GWP-S-8350 Object Clustering Analysis (OCA) (Sarro)
provide algorithms for unsupervised classification for hot stars and emission line stars?
Would the algorithm developed in Leuven be useful here?
help to determine the G-band magnitude and luminosity, which are crucial for the age and mass determination, for hot stars and emission line stars
GWP-S-8410 SSU: QSOs (Claeskens)
GWP-S-8420 SSU: Unresolved galaxies (Kontizas)
GWP-S-8430 SSU: Solar system objects (Lagerkvist)
GWP-S-8440 SSU: Non-single stars (?)
GWP-S-8450 Extended stellar parametrizer (Frémat)
51 SSU: Hot stars (Neiner)
52 SSU: Cool stars (Lanzafame)
53 SSU: Ultra cool dwarfs (Barrado)
54 SSU: Abundance anomalous stars (Straizys)
55 SSU: Emission line stars (Neiner)
GWP-S-8460 Outlier analysis (Manteiga)
Study, develop and test algorithmswhich provideextended parameter estimates for the considered stars.
(before launch in 2011)
- Help with study, development and test of algorithms to provide luminosity, mass and age estimates (GWP-S-8360) (Frémat et al.?) 2006-2010