^{1} Correction: "yes" indicates that the estimate has been
brought into the Hipparcos photometric system, via the spectral types of the
components (see Sect. 5.2). "no" means that this conversion could not be
done due to the lack of individual spectral types, and "" means that
is taken from the Hipparcos
catalogue and thus does not need any conversion.
^{2} Difference between the parallax derived from this processing and the Hipparcos
catalogue's value (ESA 1997), followed by its standard deviation. Most of the
differences are not significant, except for HIP 82817 = Kui75, where the catalogue's
value is probably wrong.
^{3} It is the Hipparcos estimate if "" stands in the second column,
a groundbased
one otherwise.
^{4} When unknown, is taken equal to 0.15.
^{5} Number of available terms for the computation of the standard deviation of the
total mass
M. N=3 if , and are known.
N=2 if is unknown. N=1 if both and
are ignored. In the latter case, is
underestimated.
