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Lavrent'ev N. A., Rodimova O. B., Fazliev A. Z. Systematization of published scientific graphics characterizing the water vapor continuum absorption: III. Publications of 2001–2020. // Optika Atmosfery i Okeana. 2023. V. 36. No. 07. P. 541–556. DOI: 10.15372/AOO20230703 [in Russian].
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Graphical resources on the continuum absorption of water vapor and its mixtures published in 2011–2020 are described. Summary tables are presented that characterize the main parameters of the absorption coefficients and transmission functions in different spectral intervals, the temperature dependence of the absorption coefficient, and the equilibrium constant of the water dimer formation reaction. The features of the study of the continuum absorption in published works in this time interval are noted.
In a concise form, the results of the assessment of the quality of citing plots are presented, which are described by four qualitative and quantitative attributes. Three citation procedures are characterized, two of which are computerized. A method for estimating the difference between the citing and cited plots and examples of pairs “citing and cited plots” with a quantitative assessment of the difference are presented.


GrafOnto information system, water continuum absorption plot, cited and сiting plots, quantification of the difference between plots


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