Probability distributions for source size RLSST − u using CREAM. Simulated light curves are the same as shown on the right panels of Fig. A.2 and we increase cadence (cdn) from one to five days (Top), and further add inter-night gaps and 10% loss of time (Bottom). CREAM measures disk size with an uncertainty below 10% even when a cadence is five days with data loss.
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