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A&A
Volume 587, March 2016
Article Number C2
Number of page(s) 1
Section Interstellar and circumstellar matter
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201526467e
Published online 16 February 2016

In the legend of Fig. 7, the density contrast k needs to be 100 instead of 0.01. The x- and y-axis ticks of Figs. 8 and 10 need to be [0.3,0.5,0.7,0.8,0.95] for the mass ratio and [3.2,10,32,100] for the density contrast. However, these corrections have no influence on the results of this paper.

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Radial brightness profile (left) and its standard deviation (right) of the reference and two clumpy circumstellar disks. 50 concentric rings are used for the calculation of the brightness profile. (λ = 0.726 μm, i = 0°, Mdust = 10-6 M, amin = 0.005 μm and amax = 0.25 μm)

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Mean degree of polarization (left) and its standard deviation (right) dependent on mass ratio and density contrast. Each configuration is simulated with 100 different positions of clumps. (λ = 0.726 μm, i = 0°, Mdust = 10-6 M, amin = 0.005 μm and amax = 0.25 μm)

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Mean degree of polarization (left) and its standard deviation (right) dependent on mass ratio and density contrast. Each configuration is simulated with 100 different positions of clumps. (λ = 0.726 μm, i = 45°, Mdust = 10-6 M, amin = 0.005 μm and amax = 0.25 μm)

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