EDP Sciences
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Issue
A&A
Volume 511, February 2010
Article Number A57
Number of page(s) 25
Section Extragalactic astronomy
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/20079267
Published online 10 March 2010

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Results of hybrid imaging (contours) and circular Gaussian model fitting (circles with crosses) for S5 1803+784 at 15 GHz.

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Results of hybrid imaging (contours) and circular Gaussian model fitting (circles with crosses) for S5 1803+784 at 15 GHz; continuation of Fig. 15.

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Results of hybrid imaging (contours) and circular Gaussian model fitting (circles with crosses) for S5 1803+784 at 8.4 GHz.

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Results of hybrid imaging (contours) and circular Gaussian model fitting (circles with crosses) for S5 1803+784 at 5 GHz.

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Results of hybrid imaging (contours) and circular Gaussian model fitting (circles with crosses) for S5 1803+784 at 2.3 GHz.

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Results of hybrid imaging (contours) and circular Gaussian model fitting (circles with crosses) for S5 1803+784 at 1.6 GHz.

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Table 1:   Circular Gaussian model-fit results for S5 1803+784. The columns list the epoch of observation, the jet-component identification, the flux density, the radial distance of the component center from the core, the position angle of the center of the component, the FWHM major axis, and the chi-square of the fit.

Table 2:   Gaussian model-fit results for S5 1803+784 obtained from the literature. The columns list the epoch of observation, the jet-component identification, the flux density, the radial distance of the component center from the core, the position angle of the center of the component, the FWHM major axis, and for elliptical Gaussian fits, the axial ratio and the position angle of the major axis. The final column provides a reference to the original publication.

Table 7:   Discrete cross-correlations (based on components from the 8 GHz model fits) and Pearson's correlation coefficients (from 15 GHz model fits), calculated between the time series of various pairs of jet parameters and/or the total flux densities. Column 1 gives the frequency of the analyzed data set; Col. 2 lists the individual jet component from which the parameters to correlate are taken; Cols. 3 and 4 list the parameters correlated. For 8 GHz data, the DCF peak and $\tau $ are the peak of discrete cross-correlation function and the associated time lag in years. For 15 GHz data, Corr.coeff. is the value of the Pearson's correlation coefficient, and p is the probability of getting such a high correlation by chance.

Table 8:   Discrete cross-correlations (based on components from the 8 GHz model fits) and Pearson's correlation coefficients (from 15 GHz model fits), calculated for various pairs jet parameters and the core flux density. Column 1 gives the frequency of the analyzed data set; Cols. 2 and 3 lists the two jet components participating in the correlation; Col. 4 shows the circular Gaussian parameter correlated. When ``core'' is the first component, its parameter is always flux-density. For 8 GHz data, DCF peak and $\tau $ are the peak of the discrete correlation function and the associated time lag in years. For 15 GHz data, Corr.coeff. is the value of the Pearson's correlation coefficient, and p the probability of getting such a high correlation by chance.

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