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Generate and return the correction required for converting an input natural-log peak photon flux in 64ms timescale in the BATSE detection energy range to an effective triggering peak photon flux in the same energy range.
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Generate and return the correction required for converting an input natural-log peak photon flux in 64ms timescale in the BATSE detection energy range to an effective triggering peak photon flux in the same energy range.
See the Eqn A4 of Shahmoradi and Nemiroff 2015, MNRAS, Short versus long gamma-ray bursts for more details.
The observed T90 duration of the event is necessary as input to account for varying duration of short GRBs.
[in] | logT90 | : The input scalar, or array of arbitrary rank, of type real of kind any supported by the processor (e.g., RK, RK32, RK64, or RK128), containing the natural logarithm of the T90 duration-definition measure of a GRB in units of seconds. |
correction
: The output scalar or array of the same rank as the input argument of same type and kind as the input argument, containing the correction that must be subtracted from the natural logarithm of a given 64ms peak flux to convert it to an effective 1024ms triggering peak flux.
Possible calling interfaces ⛓
pure
.elemental
.logPPF64 - getCorrectionLogEffPPF(logT90) = logPPF1024 - THRESH_ERFC_BASE
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Definition at line 191 of file pm_batse.F90.