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Fig. 9


Lowest value of for each value of stellar inclination angle, oblateness, base disk surface density, and disk density law exponent from the HDUST fit to the: VEGA differential data (top, analysis (ii)), AMBER differential data (middle, analysis (iii)), and all the interferometric data considered in this section (bottom panel, analysis (iv)). The stellar mass is fixed to 4.2 M and disk PA to 110°. Local regression fits to , as a function of the parameter values, are shown as a red line. The mean parameter values for the sets of best models (Table 4) are marked in dashed black line. Our best-fit BeAtlas model to fit all the interferometric data is shown in Table 5. See text for discussion.

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