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Astronomy and astrophysics, ISSN 0004-6361, 10/2015, Volume 582, pp. A62 - 26
Journal Article
Informatik-Spektrum, ISSN 0170-6012, 12/2009, Volume 32, Issue 6, p. 479
Datenbanken in der Astronomie findet man wie Sand am Meer. Jeder, der einmal einen Katalog von Objekten erstellt hat, wird diesen in Form anderen Nutzern uber... 
Journal Article
Informatik-Spektrum, ISSN 0170-6012, 12/2009, Volume 32, Issue 6, pp. 479 - 486
Datenbanken in der Astronomie findet man wie Sand am Meer. Jeder, der einmal einen Katalog von Objekten erstellt hat, wird diesen in Form anderen Nutzern über... 
Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems | Data Structures, Cryptology and Information Theory | Computer Systems Organization and Communication Networks | Computer Science, general | Computer Hardware | Computer Science
Journal Article
by Tortora, C and Napolitano, N.R and La Barbera, F and Roy, N and Radovich, M and Getman, F and Brescia, Massimo and Cavuoti, Stefano and Capaccioli, M and Longo, G and Amaro, Valeria and Amon, Alexandra and Applegate, Douglas and Asgari, Marika and Begeman, Kor and Belikov, Andrey and Bilicki, Maciej and Blake, Chris and Eriksen, Martin Borstad and Boxhoorn, Danny and Brescia, Massimo and Brouwer, Margot and Buddelmeijer, Hugo and Buddendiek, Axel and Cacciato, Marcello and Cai, Yanchuan and Capaccioli, Massimo and Chisari, Elisa and Choi, Ami and Cordes, Oliver-Mark and Covone, Giovanni and Dall’Ora, Massimo and de Jong, Jelte and Dvornik, Andrej and Edge, Alastair and Erben, Thomas and Conti, Ian Fenech and Franse, Jeroen and Georgiou, Christos and Getman, Fedor and Giblin, Benjamin and Grado, Aniello and Harnois-Déraps, Joachim and Helmich, Ewout and Herbonnet, Ricardo and Heymans, Catherine and Hildebrandt, Hendrik and Hoekstra, Henk and Hojjati, Alireza and Huang, Zhuoyi and Irisarri, Nancy and Jakobs, Arthur and Joachimi, Benjamin and Johnson, Andrew and Johnston, Harry and Joudaki, Shahab and Köhlinger, Fabian and Kitching, Thomas and Klaes, Dominik and Koopmans, Leon and Kuijken, Konrad and La Barbera, Francesco and Lacerda, Pedro and Longo, Giuseppe and McFarland, John and Mead, Alexander and Merten, Julian and Miller, Lance and Morrison, Chris and Nakajima, Reiko and Napolitano, Nicola and Paolillo, Maurizio and Peacock, John and Peletier, Reynier and Petrillo, Carlo Enrico and Pila-Diez, Berenice and Puddu, Emanuella and Radovich, Mario and Rifatto, Agatino and Roy, Nivya and Schneider, Peter and Schrabback, Tim and Semboloni, Elisabetta and Sifon, Cristobal and Sikkema, Gert and Simon, Patrick and Sutherland, William and Tortora, Crescenzo and Troester, Tilman and Tudorica, Alexandru and Valentijn, Edwin and Van Der Burg, Remco and Van Uitert, Edo and Van Waerbeke, Ludovic and Kleijn, Gijs Verdoes and Viola, Massimo and Vriend, Willem-Jan and Adami, Kristian Zarb
Astrophysics and Space Science Proceedings, ISSN 1570-6591, 2016, Volume 42, pp. 123 - 128
Conference Proceeding
by Napolitano, N.R and Covone, Giovanni and Roy, Nivya and Tortora, Crescenzo and La Barbera, Francesco and Radovich, Mario and Getman, Fedor and Capaccioli, Massimo and Colonna, A and Paolillo, Maurizio and Verdoes Kleijn, G.A and Koopmans, L.V.E and Amaro, Valeria and Amon, Alexandra and Applegate, Douglas and Asgari, Marika and Begeman, Kor and Belikov, Andrey and Bilicki, Maciej and Blake, Chris and Eriksen, Martin Borstad and Boxhoorn, Danny and Brescia, Massimo and Brouwer, Margot and Buddelmeijer, Hugo and Buddendiek, Axel and Cacciato, Marcello and Cai, Yanchuan and Cavuoti, Stefano and Chisari, Elisa and Choi, Ami and Cordes, Oliver-Mark and Dall’Ora, Massimo and Dvornik, Andrej and de Jong, Jelte and Erben, Thomas and Conti, Ian Fenech and Franse, Jeroen and Georgiou, Christos and Giblin, Benjamin and Grado, Aniello and Harnois-Déraps, Joachim and Helmich, Ewout and Herbonnet, Ricardo and Heymans, Catherine and Hildebrandt, Hendrik and Hoekstra, Henk and Hojjati, Alireza and Huang, Zhuoyi and Irisarri, Nancy and Jakobs, Arthur and Joachimi, Benjamin and Johnson, Andrew and Johnston, Harry and Joudaki, Shahab and Köhlinger, Fabian and Kitching, Thomas and Klaes, Dominik and Koopmans, Leon and Kuijken, Konrad and Lacerda, Pedro and Longo, Giuseppe and McFarland, John and Mead, Alexander and Merten, Julian and Miller, Lance and Morrison, Chris and Nakajima, Reiko and Napolitano, Nicola and Peacock, John and Peletier, Reynier and Petrillo, Carlo Enrico and Pila-Diez, Berenice and Puddu, Emanuella and Rifatto, Agatino and Schneider, Peter and Schrabback, Tim and Semboloni, Elisabetta and Sifon, Cristobal and Sikkema, Gert and Simon, Patrick and Sutherland, William and Troester, Tilman and Tudorica, Alexandru and Valentijn, Edwin and Van Der Burg, Remco and Van Uitert, Edo and Van Waerbeke, Ludovic and Kleijn, Gijs Verdoes and Viola, Massimo and Vriend, Willem-Jan and Adami, Kristian Zarb
Astrophysics and Space Science Proceedings, ISSN 1570-6591, 2016, Volume 42, pp. 129 - 133
We have started a systematic search of strong lens candidates in the ESO public survey KiDS based on the visual inspection of massive galaxies in the redshift... 
Physics - Astrophysics of Galaxies
Conference Proceeding
by Radovich, Mario and Puddu, Emanuella and Bellagamba, F and Moscardini, L and Roncarelli, M and Getman, Fedor and Grado, Aniello and Amaro, Valeria and Amon, Alexandra and Applegate, Douglas and Asgari, Marika and Begeman, Kor and Belikov, Andrey and Bilicki, Maciej and Blake, Chris and Eriksen, Martin Borstad and Boxhoorn, Danny and Brescia, Massimo and Brouwer, Margot and Buddelmeijer, Hugo and Buddendiek, Axel and Cacciato, Marcello and Cai, Yanchuan and Capaccioli, Massimo and Cavuoti, Stefano and Chisari, Elisa and Choi, Ami and Cordes, Oliver-Mark and Covone, Giovanni and Dal’Ora, Massimo and Jong, Jelte De and Dvornik, Andrej and Edge, Alastair and Erben, Thomas and Conti, Ian Fenech and Franse, Jeroen and Georgiou, Christos and Giblin, Benjamin and Déraps, Joachim Harnois and Helmich, Ewout and Herbonnet, Ricardo and Heymans, Catherine and Hildebrandt, Hendrik and Hoekstra, Henk and Hojjati, Alireza and Huang, Zhuoyi and Irisarri, Nancy and Jakobs, Arthur and Joachimi, Benjamin and Johnson, Andrew and Johnston, Harry and Joudaki, Shahab and Köhlinger, Fabian and Kitching, Thomas and Klaes, Dominik and Koopmans, Leon and Kuijken, Konrad and Barbera, Francesco La and Lacerda, Pedro and Longo, Giuseppe and McFarland, John and Mead, Alexander and Merten, Julian and Miller, Lance and Morrison, Chris and Nakajima, Reiko and Napolitano, Nicola and Paolillo, Maurizio and Peacock, John and Peletier, Reynier and Petrillo, Carlo Enrico and Pila-Diez, Berenice and Rifatto, Agatino and Roy, Nivya and Schneider, Peter and Schrabback, Tim and Semboloni, Elisabetta and Sifon, Cristobal and Sikkema, Gert and Simon, Patrick and Sutherland, William and Tortora, Crescenzo and Troester, Tilman and Tudorica, Alexandru and Valentijn, Edwin and Van Der Burg, Remco and Van Uitert, Edo and Van Waerbeke, Ludovic and Kleijn, Gijs Verdoes and Viola, Massimo and Vriend, Willem-Jan and Adami, Kristian Zarb
Astrophysics and Space Science Proceedings, ISSN 1570-6591, 2016, Volume 42, pp. 189 - 195
We present the methods and first results of the search for galaxy clusters in the Kilo Degree Survey (KiDS). The adopted algorithm and the criterium for... 
Physics - Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics
Conference Proceeding
by Roy, N and Napolitano, N.R and La Barbera, Francesco and Tortora, Crescenzo and Getman, F and Radovich, M and Capaccioli, M and Amaro, Valeria and Amon, Alexandra and Applegate, Douglas and Asgari, Marika and Begeman, Kor and Belikov, Andrey and Bilicki, Maciej and Blake, Chris and Eriksen, Martin Borstad and Boxhoorn, Danny and Brescia, Massimo and Brouwer, Margot and Buddelmeijer, Hugo and Buddendiek, Axel and Cacciato, Marcello and Cai, Yanchuan and Capaccioli, Massimo and Cavuoti, Stefano and Chisari, Elisa and Choi, Ami and Cordes, Oliver-Mark and Covone, Giovanni and Dall’Ora, Massimo and de Jong, Jelte and Dvornik, Andrej and Edge, Alastair and Erben, Thomas and Conti, Ian Fenech and Franse, Jeroen and Georgiou, Christos and Getman, Fedor and Giblin, Benjamin and Grado, Aniello and Harnois-Déraps, Joachim and Helmich, Ewout and Herbonnet, Ricardo and Heymans, Catherine and Hildebrandt, Hendrik and Hoekstra, Henk and Hojjati, Alireza and Huang, Zhuoyi and Irisarri, Nancy and Jakobs, Arthur and Joachimi, Benjamin and Johnson, Andrew and Johnston, Harry and Joudaki, Shahab and Köhlinger, Fabian and Kitching, Thomas and Klaes, Dominik and Koopmans, Leon and Kuijken, Konrad and La Barbera, Francesco and Lacerda, Pedro and Longo, Giuseppe and McFarland, John and Mead, Alexander and Merten, Julian and Miller, Lance and Morrison, Chris and Nakajima, Reiko and Napolitano, Nicola and Paolillo, Maurizio and Peacock, John and Peletier, Reynier and Petrillo, Carlo Enrico and Pila-Diez, Berenice and Puddu, Emanuella and Radovich, Mario and Rifatto, Agatino and Roy, Nivya and Schneider, Peter and Schrabback, Tim and Semboloni, Elisabetta and Sifon, Cristobal and Sikkema, Gert and Simon, Patrick and Sutherland, William and Troester, Tilman and Tudorica, Alexandru and Valentijn, Edwin and Van Der Burg, Remco and Van Uitert, Edo and Van Waerbeke, Ludovic and Kleijn, Gijs Verdoes and Viola, Massimo and Vriend, Willem-Jan and Adami, Kristian Zarb
Astrophysics and Space Science Proceedings, ISSN 1570-6591, 2016, Volume 42, pp. 135 - 138
The Kilo Degree survey (KiDS) is a large-scale optical imaging survey carried out with the VLT Survey Telescope (VST), which is the ideal tool for galaxy... 
Physics - Astrophysics of Galaxies
Conference Proceeding
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