The XSPEC clumin convolution model: calculate luminosity
xsclumin The xsclumin model is a convolution model component.
The model is described at  .
>>> create_model_component("xsclumin", "mdl") >>> print(mdl)
Create a component of the xsclumin model and display its default parameters. The output is:
mdl Param Type Value Min Max Units ----- ---- ----- --- --- ----- mdl.Emin frozen 0.5 0 1e+06 keV mdl.Emax frozen 10 0 1e+06 keV mdl.Redshift frozen 0 -0.999 10 mdl.lg10Lum thawed -40 -100 100 cgs
With the following definitions:
>>> xsclumin.clumin >>> xsphabs.absmdl >>> xspowerlaw.plmdl >>> xsgaussian.gmdl >>> srcmdl = plmdl + gmdl
then the model can be applied in a number of ways, such as:
>>> mdl1 = clumin(absmdl * srcmdl) >>> mdl2 = absmdl * clumin(srcmdl) >>> mdl3 = absmdl * (plmdl + clumin(gmdl))
The attributes for this object are:
|Emin||Minimum energy over which the luminosity is calculated.|
|Emax||Maximum energy over which the luminosity is calculated.|
|Redshift||redshift of the source|
|lg10Lum||log (base 10) of the luminosity in erg/s|
Unlike XSPEC, the convolution model is applied directly to the model, or models, rather than using the multiplication symbol.
See  for the meaning and restrictions, in particular the necessity of freezing the amplitude, or normalization, of the emission component (or components) at 1.
-  https://heasarc.gsfc.nasa.gov/xanadu/xspec/manual/XSmodelClumin.html
Changes in CIAO
Added in CIAO 4.13
CIAO 4.13 comes with support for version 12.10.1s of the XSPEC models. This can be checked with the following:
% python -c 'from sherpa.astro import xspec; print(xspec.get_xsversion())' 12.10.1s
See the bugs pages on the Sherpa website for an up-to-date listing of known bugs.