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Paper: Steep Functions in Astronomy: The RQSO z-Cutoff Debate
Volume: 371, Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy IV
Page: 441
Authors: Wall, J.V.
Abstract: The debate over the existence of a redshift cutoff for radio-loud QSOs (RQSOs) hinges on interpreting a second-order effect radio spectral variations in variable QSOs initially selected by survey from a population with a steep source count. I discuss the resolution of this question; the issue is highly relevant to modern surveys and follow-up observations.
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