Survey Cadence Notes 2021

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Abrams

Microlensing Discovery and CharacterizationEfficiency at Different Timescales

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Andreoni

MaximizingSerendipitous Kilonova and Fast Transient Discovery

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Anguita

LSST Strong Lensing Science Collaboration responseto the SurveyCadence Optimization Committee Call on Cadence

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Assef

Type-1 Quasar Colors in the Context of Photometric Redshifts

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Assef

Quasar Counts

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Assef

Type-1 Quasar Variability in the Context of Photometric Redshifts

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Bachelet

On the observational synergies between all-sky surveys for thecharacterization of microlensing events

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Bellm

Give Me a Few Hours: Missing Timescales in Rubin Cadence Simulations

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Blaineau

Microlensing towards the Magellanic Clouds:searching for long events

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Bonito

Young stellar objects and their variability with Rubin Observatory LSST

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Brandt

Active Galaxy Science in the LSST Deep-Drilling Fields: Additional Pointson Footprints, Cadence Requirements, and Total-Depth Requirements

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Buckley

Accreting Binaries

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Carlin

A resolved census of dwarfsatellites around Local Volume galaxies

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Clarkson

Saturation and Bright Objects

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Clarkson

Bulge stellar populations with LSST

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Cuillandre

Enhancing LSST Science withEuclidsynergyand a mini-survey of the northern sky to Dec<+30

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D’Orazio

Double AGN: Binary-Lens Lighthouses in VRO’s 10-year Survey

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Ferguson

The LSST Galaxies Science Collaboration Response to the Survey Cadence Optimization Committee Call

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Frohmaier

The Time-Domain Extragalactic Survey Cadence Note

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Gizis

Brown Dwarf Astrometry

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Graham

WFD Photo-z

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Graham

Supernova Science

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Hernitschek

Cadence impacts on reliable classification of standard-candle variable stars

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Hundertmark

Alerting transient phenomena in theGalactic Plane in time to coordinate follow-up

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Jaimes

Milky Way Globular Clusters

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Kovačević

Two metrics on AGN variability observables

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Li

Anomaly Detection

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Lochner

The LSST Dark Energy Science CollaborationCadence Note

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Moniez

Detection of interstellar scintillation by highfrequency imaging of the LMC or SMC

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Musella

Classical variable stars in different Galacticenvironments: pulsation behaviour recovery

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Olsen

A census of dwarf satellites and substructure around the Magellanic Clouds

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Prisinzano

Maximize volume and uniformitycoverage of Star Forming Regions in the Galactic Plane

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Raiteri

BLAZAR VARIABILITY

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Schwamb

Vera C. Rubin Observatory Legacy Survey of Spaceand Time (LSST) Solar System Science Collaboration (SSSC)

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Street

LSST Survey Footprint in the Galactic Plane and Magellanic Clouds

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Tisanić

Simulations of multiband Lomb-Scargle-derived variable star periods

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van Velzen

Tidal Disruption Events

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Yu

Non-Parametric Structure Function Metric

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Yu

Differential Chromatic Refraction

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