Journal Article

SEP: Source Extractor as a library

Source Extractor (Bertin and Arnouts 1996; Bertin 2016) is a widely used command-line program for segmentation and analysis of astronomical images. It reads in FITS format files, performs a configurable series of tasks, including background estimation, source detection, deblending and a wide array of source measurements, and finally outputs a FITS format catalog file.

The Relationship Between Mental-state Language and False-belief Understanding in Adulthood

Alex Paxton presented this poster at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, which focuses on basic and applied cognitive science research. The conference hosts the latest theories and data from the world’s best cognitive science researchers. Each year, in addition to submitted papers, researchers are invited to highlight some aspect of cognitive science.