At the 8th Corot Week in Toulouse, the DAT of the SWG reported on what has been achieved since the beginning of the activities..
The third HH is now being used for assessing whether the data fitters agree with each other in terms of fitted parameters (frequencies, linewidth, splitting...) and the associated error bars.
There is now a fourth HH going on that is related to the so-called Procyon syndrome: can we detect modes that seem to be barely detectable.
A fifth HH is planned related to the simulation of Classical pulsators. Preliminary results will be reported at the ninth Corot week in Noordwijk (Ja, Dank U wel...).
Last updated by Thierry Appourchaux on June 14, 2005