• Automated Cross-identifying Radio to Infra-red Surveys Using the LRPY Algorithm: A Case Study

      Weston, S; Seymour, N; Gulyaev, S; Norris, RP; Banfield, J; Vaccari, M; Hopkins, AM; Franzen, TMO (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2017)
      Cross-identifying complex radio sources with optical or infra red (IR) counterparts in surveys such as the Australia Telescope Large Area Survey (ATLAS) has tradi- tionally been performed manually. However, with new surveys ...
    • The GLEAM 4-Jy (G4Jy) Sample: II. Host Galaxy Identification for Individual Sources

      White, SV; Franzen, TMO; Riseley, CJ; Ivy Wong, O; Kapińska, AD; Hurley-Walker, N; Callingham, JR; Thorat, K; Wu, C; Hancock, P; Hunstead, RW; Seymour, N; Swan, J; Wayth, R; Morgan, J; Chhetri, R; Jackson, C; Weston, S; Bell, M; Gaensler, BM; Johnston-Hollitt, M; Offringa, A; Staveley-Smith, L (Cambridge University Press, 2020)
      The entire southern sky (Declination, d < 30°) has been observed using the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA), which provides radio imaging of ~2 arcmin resolution at low frequencies (72 231 MHz). This is the GaLactic and ...
    • The MWA GLEAM 4-Jy (G4Jy) Sample

      White, SV; Franzen, TMO; Wong, OI; Kapinska, AD; Riseley, C; Hancock, P; Callingham, J; Hunstead, R; Hurley-Walker, N; Wu, C; Seymour, N; Swan, J; Wayth, R; Morgan, JS; Chhetri, R; Jackson, C; Weston, S; Mauch, T
      Powerful radio-galaxies feature heavily in our understanding of galaxy evolution. However, when it comes to studying their properties as a function of redshift and/or environment, the most-detailed studies tend to be limited ...