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Table 1

STARLIGHT fitting results for a disk contribution described as a power law with a fixed slope (upper part).

Slope Fe II BC fHST/SDSS AV vd χ2/ d.o.f.
[10-8] km s-1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

0.5 1.9 0.004 0.05 1.25
7/3 2.8 0.60 72 1.55
7/3 1.9 0.6 0.60 73 1.51
7/3 1.6 1.2 0.78 0.38 124 1.40

Notes. First column shows the assumed fixed power-law component representing the disk emission; second column is the normalization of the Fe II pseudo-continuum; third column is the normalization of the Balmer continuum; Col. 4 gives the scaling factor between the HST and SDSS data; Col. 5 gives the intrinsic extinction for the stellar cluster; Col. 6 contains the stellar velocity dispersion and the last column gives the reduced χ2 for one degree of freedom. The normalizations of BC and Fe II components do not have the direct physical meaning, they normalize the corresponding templates.

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