How papers are selected
A paper is listed as a UKIDSS paper if it is already published in
a journal (with one exception) and satisfies one of the
Papers are identified by a full-text search for the string 'UKIDSS',
and then compared against the above criteria.
- It is one of the core papers describing the survey
(e.g. calibration, archive, data
releases). The DR2 paper is included, and is the only paper
listed not published in a journal.
- It includes science results that are derived in whole or in part from
UKIDSS data directly accessed from the archive (analysis of data
published in another paper does not count).
- It contains science results from primary follow-up observations in a
programme that is identifiable as a UKIDSS programme
(e.g. The physical properties of four ~600K T dwarfs,
presenting Spitzer spectra of cool brown dwarfs discovered with UKIDSS).
- It includes a feasibility study of science that could be achieved
using UKIDSS data
(e.g. The possiblity of detection of ultracool dwarfs with the UKIRT
Infrared Deep Sky Survey by Deacon and Hambly).