Summary of the main parameters in the MST source detection algorithm and their meaning.
|Λm||Mean edge length in the MST built on a given field.|
|Λcut||Cut length for the primary selection (e.g. defined as a fraction of Λm).|
|Ncut||Minimum number of nodes for the primary selection.|
|N||Number of nodes for a cluster.|
|g||Clustering parameter, the ratio of Λm in the field to the mean edge length in the cluster.|
|M||Magnitude of the cluster, defined as M = Ng.|
|Rm||Median radius, the distance from the cluster centroid containing 50% of the photons.|
|Rmax||Maximum radius, the distance from the cluster centroid to its farthest photon.|
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