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Citing the IRS and SMART
We request that authors using data from the IRS and/or the SMART software include the following acknowledgements and citations in their papers :
: SMART was developed by the Infrared Spectrograph (IRS) Science Team. The most important and recent changes relevant to spectral extractions (including the optimal extraction GUI "AdOpt") are described in:
Lebouteiller, Bernard-Salas, Sloan & Barry, 2010, PASP 122, 888:
"Advanced Optimal Extraction for the Spitzer/IRS"
Publications presenting extractions performed in SMART should cite this reference along with the original SMART paper:
Higdon et al., 2004, PASP 116, 975-984.
"The SMART Data Analysis Package for the Infrared Spectrograph on the Spitzer Space Telescope"
: The IRS was a collaborative venture between Cornell University and Ball Aerospace Corporation funded by NASA through the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Ames Research Center.
Houck et al., 2004, ApJS 154, 18-24.
"The Infrared Spectrograph on the Spitzer Space Telescope"
Werner et al. 2004, ApJS 154, 1,
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