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C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2020.07.10CEST02:35:19 |

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2011A&A...532A..82O -
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Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 532A, 82-82 (2011/8-1)
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Quantitative estimates of the constraints on solar-like models imposed by observables.
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OZEL N., DUPRET M.-A. and BAGLIN A.
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Seismic parameters such as the large Δ_{0} and small δ_{02} frequency separations are now being measured in a very large number of stars and begin to be used to test the physics of stellar models. We estimate the influence of different observed quantities (oscillation frequencies, interferometry, etc.) and the impact of their accuracy in constraining stellar model parameters. To relate the errors in observed quantities to the precision of the theoretical model parameters, we analyse the behaviour of the χ^{2} fitting function around its minimum using the singular value decomposition (SVD) formalism. A new indicator called ``weighting'' quantifies the relative importance of observational constraints on the determination of each physical parameter individually. These tools are applied to a grid of evolutionary sequences for solar-like stellar models with varying age and mass, and to a real case: HD 49933 - a typical case for which seismic observations are available from space using CoRoT. The mass M is always the best determined parameter. The new indicator ``weighting'' allows us to rank the importance of the different constraints: the mean large separation Δ_{0}, the radius R/R_{☉}, the mean small separation δ_{02}, the luminosity L/L_{☉}, the effective temperature T_{eff}. If the metallicity and age parameters are known, for example in an open cluster, using either individual or mean frequency separations yields the same uncertainties for masses less than 1.1M_{☉}. For HD 49933 the combination of M and Y_{0}: M^{2}Y_{0} is well determined because of their correlation. However, they are poorly constrained individually. The frequency difference δ_{01}, if known with an error of about 0.3%, can determine the size of the convective core overshooting with about 3% accuracy.

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methods: numerical - stars: fundamental parameters - stars: interiors - stars: oscillations
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Number of rows : 3 |

N | Identifier | Otype |
ICRS (J2000) RA |
ICRS (J2000) DEC |
Mag U | Mag B | Mag V | Mag R | Mag I | Sp type |
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1 | HD 49933 | ** | 06 50 49.831 | -00 32 27.18 | F3V | 326 | 1 | |||||

2 | * alf CMi | SB* | 07 39 18.11950 | +05 13 29.9552 | 0.82 | 0.79 | 0.37 | -0.05 | -0.28 | F5IV-V+DQZ | 1758 | 0 |

3 | * alf Cen | ** | 14 39 29.71993 | -60 49 55.9990 | 0.4 | -0.1 | G2V+K1V | 817 | 0 |

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