Comparison of V-band continuum source size of QSO 2237 + 0305 (Sect. 5.2).
|Reference||Profile||Estimator||Size (1015 cm)||R1/2 (1015 cm)||⟨M⟩||Velocity prior|
|This paper||Gauss||Median||17.6 (FWHM)||8.8||Gil-Merino et al. (2005)|
|This paper||Uniform disc||Median||17.4 (R)||12.3||Gil-Merino et al. (2005)|
|Poindexter et al. (2010b)||Shakura-Sunyaev||Median||5.8 (RV)||14.1||0.3 M⊙||Poindexter et al. (2010a)|
|Anguita et al. (2008)||Gauss||Most likely||4.6 (σV)||5.4||Uniform|
|Anguita et al. (2008)||Gauss||Most likely||1.3 (σV)||1.5||Gil-Merino et al. (2005)|
|Paper II||Gauss||Most likely||40 (FWHM)||20||Uniform|
|Paper II||Gauss||Most likely||9.2 (FWHM)||4.6||0.1 M⊙||Similar to Kochanek (2004)|
|Kochanek (2004)||Shakura-Sunyaev||Median||4.1 (RV)||10||[0.1,1] M⊙||Sect. 2.3 of Kochanek (2004)|
|Kochanek (2004)||Gauss||Median||5.1 (σV)||5.9||[0.1,1] M⊙||Sect. 2.3 of Kochanek (2004)|
Notes. The reference is presented in Col. #1, the source profile used in Col. #2, and the published size estimate in Col. #4 (where R = radius of a uniform disc, RV = scale radius of a Shakura-Sunyaev accretion disc, σV and FWHM are resp. the standard deviation and the full width at half maximum of a Gaussian). These quantities have been converted to half-light radius R1/2 to allow comparison between profiles. Columns #6 & #7 provide the average mass of microlenses (⟨M⟩) used in the microlensing simulations and information regarding the velocity prior.
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