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Multi-Frequency Study Of Relativistic Jets In Active Galactic Nuclei
The thesis at hand presents the results of multi-frequency Very Long Baseline Interfer- ometry (VLBI) observations of jets associated with active galactic nuclei. The results are discussed in the context of broad-band jet emission models and used to constrain physical properties of the parsec-scale core – inner part of the jet which is likely related to the observed high-energy emission. The analysis of the frequency-dependent core position shift supports interpretation of the parsec-core asdoi:10.5281/zenodo.1003165 fatcat:bkgkqp5kwbhbpgqm42tdfnnj5i