VizieR Online Data Catalog: AGN Torus model comparison of AGN in the CDFS (Buchner+, 2014)
Abstract
We present the Bayesian parameter estimation results derived using the torus+pexmon+scattering model. All parameters are shown with their posterior uncertainty, which is summarised using the 1σ equivalent quantiles. The prior used on the Photon index was a normal distribution with mean 1.95 and standard deviation 0.15, so if no information was gained this value remains. The KL column measures the information gain measured from the N_{H} posterior in bans. As a reference, the narrowing of a Gaussian from prior to posterior by a factor of 2 corresponds to 0.13ban, and thus values higher than that correspond to significant discriminatory information in the data.
Annotations: S when fscat>3%, s when fscat>0.5% with >=90% probability R when R>0.3 with >=90% probability, i.e. strong additional pexmon reflection Comptonthick (CT) if N_H>10^{24}cm^{2}, Comptonthin (O) if 10^{22}cm^{2}<N_H<10^{24}cm^{2}, Unobscured (U, N_H<10^{22}cm^{2}, each with >=50% probability.
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 Publication:

VizieR Online Data Catalog
 Pub Date:
 February 2014
 DOI:
 10.26093/cds/vizier.35640125
 Bibcode:
 2014yCat..35640125B
 Keywords:

 Xray sources;
 Active gal. nuclei;
 Redshifts