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Paper: Cosmic Star Formation History Associated with QSO Activity: An Approach by the Black Hole to Bulge Mass Correlation
Volume: 289, The Proceedings of the IAU 8th Asian-Pacific Regional Meeting, Volume I
Page: 267
Authors: Wang, Y. P.; Yamada, T.; Taniguchi, Y.
Abstract: Based on our previous work about a joint evolution and the consequential black hole to bulge mass correlation, we use the observed X-ray luminosity function of AGNs and their evolution to estimate the star formation history which is associated with the black hole growth. We show that the total amount of star formation associated with the massive black hole growth is almost the same as that detected by the current optical deep surveys. Meanwhile, the far infrared emission from the dust heated by star formation on-going during the black hole growth could sufficiently account for the observed SCUBA counts, and would be the good candidates of the SCUBA population.
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