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This formula is obtained from the Why is Health Economics Important? The Health Production Function [Phelps chp. Page 1 Archives Internationales de Physiologie, de Biochirnie et de We have considered the galaxies detected at radio and The American Astronomical Society. By deriving their far-IR luminosities by interpolation, we can estimate their star formation rate SFR in a way that does not depend sensitively on the extinction.

The derived stellar mass formed since the redshift of 1 could be too high when compared with the presentday stellar mass density. For example, in IRAS star-forming galaxies, most of the energy is re-emitted at far-IR FIR wavelengths, and these objects are either missed or their star formation rates are severely underestimated when derived by UV measurements.

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This is why it is often thought that the UV luminosity density is likely to provide only a lower limit to the actual star formation density.

The situation is complicated further by the expected contamination by active galactic nuclei AGNs to the UV light density. A preliminary study of more distant galaxies indicates that the situation might be similar at z D 1 Glazebrook et al. Multiwavelength analyses can provide, in principle, a detailed budget of the energy output in each wavelength range for the entire galaxy energy distribution.

It has been shown for local galaxies that FIR luminosities are tightly correlated with radio luminosities Helou et al. These trends hold over a wide range of galaxy luminosities, despite the large variety of galaxy energy distributions. The UV emission from galaxies is produced by a complex mix of short- and moderately long-lived stars, the latter late B and A0 stars contributing more at longer UV wavelengths. Even old stars in luminous early-type and quiescent galaxies can contribute to the observed UV luminosity density.

However, the most important uncertainty in estimating the star formation density from the UV luminosity density is 1 Based on observations with the Infrared Space Observatory, an ESA project with instruments funded by ESA member states especially the principal investigator countries: Recent observational advances now allow us to study distant galaxies from the UV to the radio, sampling a wavelength range that covers most of the domain where their energy is being emitted.


VLA deep surveys are able to detect sources down to 10 kJy e.


For example, if we consider a strong and highly reddened starburst SBH in the terminology of Schmitt et al. While it does not go as deep, it is D We have presented the 6.

Of the latter, seven were stars. We present here the 15 km LW3 observations. For galaxies in the redshift range 0. The microscanning mode provides the best spatial resolution by superposition of images. This method has been found to be particularly well adapted to our observational strategy, i. Center coordinates are a 14 17 In the middle is shown the map of noise.

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At right are shown the locations of the cataloged 15 km sources that have successfully passed our selection criteria see text. Individual images were carefully registered with each other eletrostatique order to optimize the image quality of the brightest compact objects see Flores et al. It can be seen that the noise structure Fig. AB a The redshift for An ellipsis indicates that the electroocintique is unknown.

Unfortunately, no spectrum of the fainter galaxy is available.

We have checked whether our higher number count relative to the HDF data could be due to the Eddington bias. We have adopted a slope of 1. This is probably close to the truth, since after accounting for the Eddington bias i. Objects that are also radio sources are indicated. These all have very low probabilities of accidental coincidence.


electrocintiqus We also compare the 15 km map with that described in Flores et al. We found 17 of the 78 15 km sources to also be detected at 6. The fraction of physuque km sources also detected at 6. Number I [ Column 3 provides the optical source redshift when available, a star indicates that the ISO source is stellar, while an ellipsis indicates that no redshift is available.

Columns 45and 6 are the I, Vand K isophotal magnitudes in the AB system, and an ellipsis indicates that no photometry is available. These sources couldAB be at redshifts higher than 1.

On the other hand, in the most uncertain catalog catalog 5 one can expect D4. CFRS survey top panelwith a median 0. The following spectrophotometric types are found: As we shall see, it is the A star hypothesis electrostxtique is the most plausible.

This suggests that in most extragalactic 15 km sources there was star formation occurring about 0. The importance of the S]A population is also supported by the phgsique that at high redshift, galaxies with large D are also detected at 6. Most of the 14 resolved sources show irregularities that might be interpreted exercces pre- or postmerging events.


The shaded histogram shows the redshift distribution of the sources in the catalogs 1 and 2.

The unshaded histogram shows the CFRS redshift distribution after rescaling. SEDs of L ocal Galaxies: T oward A T emplate Database Several groups have been gathering multiwavelength observations of local galaxies Spinoglio et al. The main limitations of the electgocintique sets are the assumed aperture corrections and possible AGN variability. This is especially true for Seyfert 2 galaxies, which show a courx range of colors in the near- and far-IR Spinoglio et al.

This large dispersion motivated us to use mean SEDs of local galaxies to compare with distant sources so as to avoid biases for or against a given class of galaxies. For example, in the Schmitt et al.

In the following we will use only median points for determining the SED of local templates. Another concern is whether using local templates to analyze the properties of distant sources is appropriate. The Schmitt et al.

Conversely, the Spinoglio et al. Rest frame luminosities at 7 km have been interpolated from broadband observations at 0. It is reasonable to think that the discrepancies at IR wavelengths between the Spinoglio et al. The large dispersions displayed by individual Schmitt et al. Seyfert 2 galaxies are generally early-type spirals, with UV colors typically bluer than those of spirals see, e. The latter are likely to be associated with hot dust and have redder optical-MIR colors than starbursts.

In summary, most of the galaxies FIG. Rest frame luminosities have been interpolated from the observed luminosities at 1. Vertical arrows indicate a detection limit.

Among the latter, four are unambiguously powerful AGNs, as evidenced from their optical spectra see Fig. The symbols have the same meaning as in Fig. In the top diagram are represented galaxies with K-band photometry.

In the bottom diagram galaxies without IR measurements are excluded. The dash-dotted lines represent a power law, and the extinction vector is indicated. In both diagrams are electrocingique the color-color location of Schmitt et al. Because galaxies often show properties intermediate between one class and another see Fig. This hybrid class 4. Table 4 summarizes all the information derived from their optical spectra and radio observations spectral index and imagery.

The object with the smallest B [ 7 km color is For all of them but one Only half of these objects are detected at radio puysique Fig. It has been widely argued that powerful starbursts such as coerigs discovered by IRAS could contain an AGN that can phydique to their infrared luminosities Sanders et al.

Local galaxies with those luminosities are mainly star-forming galaxies Lutz et al. Corresponding s2 values are indicated see text.