1. General definitions and energy distribution for various spectral types
    1. Definition of photometric measurement, a special case of astronomical measurement
    2. Description of the energy distribution in stellar spectra
    3. Characteristic physical parameters of the continous energy distribution
    4. Characteristic parameters of the energy distribution
      • Gradient
    5. Characteristic parameters of the energy distribution
      • The balmer discontinuity and its position
    6. The importance of lines in photometric measurement
    7. Distribution of the fraction of energy absorbed in the lines
    8. The importance of accuracy when making measurements in astronomical photometry
    9. Interstellar absorption law from spectrophotometry
  2. Photometric measurements, effects of bandwidths and interstellar absorption
    1. Characteristic parameters of a photometric system
    2. Atmospheric extinction correction. Role of the bandwidth
    3. Effect of bandwidth on corrections for interstellar extinction
    4. Effects of the bandwidth and the from of extinction law on ratios of the type Eu/Ey
    5. Effects of various extinction laws and bandwidths on ratios of the type Av/Ey
    6. Relationships between heterochromatic magnitudes obtained from two similar systems
    7. Relationships between the colour indices of two similar photometric systems
    8. Comparison of the ratios Eu/Ev and Av/Ey for two similar photometric systems
  3. Two-dimensional photometric representations of stars
    1. Relationship between colour indices and gradients
    2. Colour index and the Balmer discontinuity
    3. Two-dimensional photometric representation of stars: introduction to the UBV system
    4. Interstellar reddening lines in the UBV diagram
    5. Position of the Black-Body and radiation laws in the UBV diagram
    6. Effect of binarity in UBV diagrams
    7. Dispersion caused by rotation
    8. Blocking and Blanketing effects in UBV
  4. Multi-colour and wide-band photometry
    1. Comparison between the UBV and RGU systems
    2. Information growth by increasing the number of passbands
    3. Description of energy distributions using a photometry having n wide passbands
    4. Use of multi-colour photometric systems in describing the interstellar extinction law
    5. Introduction of linear combinations of indices
    6. Linear combination of heterochromatic indices and interstellar extinction effects
    7. The Q parameter of the UBV system
    8. The [d] [delta] and [g] parameters of the U B V B1 B2 V1 G photometric system
  5. Intermediate and narrow passband photometry
    1. Introduction
    2. Narrow band photometry, centred upon hydrogen lines
      • Spectral types O-A (F)
    3. Narrow band photometry, centred upon hydrogen lines
      • A-G stars
    4. Narrow band photometry, centred upon lines and bands other than hydrogen
    5. Intermediate passband photometry
      • The u, v, b, y system
    6. Intermediate passband photometry
      • Extensions of u, v, b, y
    7. Intermediate passband photometry
      • Systems which are independent of u, v, b, y
    8. Intermediate passband photometry
      • System with passbands in the UV region
    9. Intermediate passband photometry
      • System with passbands in UV and IR
    10. Notes on narrow and intermediate band photometry of molecular bands and groups of lines
  6. Photometry parameters and their correlation with basic parameters describing the physical state of stellar atmospheres
    1. Introduction
    2. Effective temperature parameters
    3. Effective temperature and gravity using models - case of hot stars
      • Ajustement using hydrogen line profiles
      • Ajustement using the continuum
      • Ajustement using the Balmer discontinuity
    4. Ajustement of models using colour indices
    5. Determination of the shape of the passbands of intermediate and wide filter systems
    6. Notes on the fitting of models using colour indices
    7. Discussion of the properties of a photometric system using stellar atmosphere models. Vectorial representation
    8. Calibration of photometric diagrams
      • Using fundamental parameters
    9. Calibration of photometric diagrams
      • Estimation of fundamental parameters
    10. Calibration of photometric diagrams
      • Testing the validity of the calibrations
  7. Photometry applied to various stellar objects
    1. Introduction
    2. O star photometry
    3. A few remarks about the photometry of Ap stars and their variability
    4. Sub-dwarf photometry
    5. Peculiar cool stars, such as barium, CH carbon stars
    6. Cool star photometry
    7. UBV diagrams of some other objects; QSS, white dwarfs, Seyfert nuclei, N galaxies, pulsars
    8. Photometry of galaxies
    9. Photometry of globular clusters
    10. On the photometry of RR lyrae-type variables
    11. UBV photometry of the Sun
    12. Photometric catalogues and bibliographic notes
  8. Bibliography