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@Article{AstoneWABCDGKMNRSSVWABBCCCCCCCEGGHKLLMPPPPRSWWWWPP:2015:SeReDa,
               author = "Astone, Pia and Weinstein, Alan and Agathos, Michalis and Bejger, 
                         Michal and Christensen, Nelson and Dent, Thomas and Graff, Philip 
                         and Klimenko, Sergey and Mazzolo, Giulio and Nishizawa, Atsushi 
                         and Robinet, Florent and Schmidit, Patricia and Smith, Rory and 
                         Veitch, John and Wade, Madeline and Aoudia, Sofiane and Bose, 
                         Sukanta and Bustillo, Juan Calderon and Canizares, Priscilla and 
                         Capano, Colin and Clark, James and Colla, Alberto and Cuoco, Elena 
                         and Costa, Carlos da Silva and Canton, Tito dal and Evangelista, 
                         Edgard de Freitas Diniz and Goetz, Evan and Gupta, Anuradha and 
                         Hannam, Mark and Keitel, David and Lackey, Benjamin and Logue, 
                         Joshua and Mohapatra, Satyanarayan and Piergiovanni, Francesco and 
                         Privitera, Stephen and Prix, Reinhard and Purrer, Michael and Re, 
                         Virginia and Serafinelli, Roberto and Wade, Leslie and Wen, 
                         Linqing and Wette, Karl and Whelan, John and Palomba, C. and 
                         Prodi, G.",
          affiliation = "INFN and The Amaldi 10 Parallel Session C2 on gravitational wave 
                         (GW) search results, data analysis and parameter estimation 
                         included three lively sessions of lectures by 13 presenters, and 
                         34 posters. The talks and posters covered a huge range of 
                         material, including results and analysis techniques for 
                         ground-based GW detectors, targeting anticipated signals from 
                         different astrophysical sources: compact binary inspiral, merger 
                         and ringdown; GW bursts from intermediate mass binary black hole 
                         mergers, cosmic string cusps, core-collapse supernovae, and other 
                         unmodeled sources; continuous waves from spinning neutron stars; 
                         and a stochastic GW background. There was considerable emphasis on 
                         Bayesian techniques for estimating the parameters of coalescing 
                         compact binary systems from the gravitational waveforms extracted 
                         from the data from the advanced detector network. This included 
                         methods to distinguish deviations of the signals from what is 
                         expected in the context of General Relativity and Nikhef and {N. 
                         Copernicus Astronomical Center} and {Carleton College Northfield} 
                         and Albert-Einstein-Institut and {NASA Goddard Space Flight 
                         Center} and {University of Florida} and Albert-Einstein-Institut 
                         and {Kyoto University} and {Universite Paris} and {Cardiff 
                         University} and {University of Birmingham} and Nikhef and 
                         {University of Wisconsin} and Albert-Einstein-Institut and 
                         {Washington State University} and {University of the Balearic} and 
                         {Madingley Road Cambridge} and {University of Maryland} and 
                         {University of Massachusetts} and {University of Rome “Sapienza”} 
                         and {European Gravitational Observatory (EGO)} and {Instituto 
                         Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)} and 
                         Albert-Einstein-Institut and {Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas 
                         Espaciais (INPE)} and Albert-Einstein-Institut and {Tata Institute 
                         for Fundamental Research} and {Cardiff University School of 
                         Physics and Astronomy} and Albert-Einstein-Institut and {Princeton 
                         University} and {University of Glasgow} and {Syracuse University} 
                         and INFN and {California Institute of Technology} and 
                         Albert-Einstein-Institut and {Cardiff University} and 
                         {Universit{\'a} di Roma Tor Vergata} and {University of Rome 
                         “Sapienza”} and {University of Wisconsin} and {University of 
                         Western Australia} and Albert-Einstein-Institut and {Rochester 
                         Institute of Technology} and INFN and INFN",
                title = "Gravitational waves: search results, data analysis and parameter 
                         estimation: Amaldi 10 Parallel session C2",
              journal = "General Relativity and Gravitation",
                 year = "2015",
               volume = "47",
               number = "2",
             keywords = "Compact binary merger, Gravitational waves, Neutron stars, 
                         Parameter estimation, Stochastic background, Tests of general 
                         relativity.",
             abstract = "The Amaldi 10 Parallel Session C2 on gravitational wave (GW) 
                         search results, data analysis and parameter estimation included 
                         three lively sessions of lectures by 13 presenters, and 34 
                         posters. The talks and posters covered a huge range of material, 
                         including results and analysis techniques for ground-based GW 
                         detectors, targeting anticipated signals from different 
                         astrophysical sources: compact binary inspiral, merger and 
                         ringdown; GW bursts from intermediate mass binary black hole 
                         mergers, cosmic string cusps, core-collapse supernovae, and other 
                         unmodeled sources; continuous waves from spinning neutron stars; 
                         and a stochastic GW background. There was considerable emphasis on 
                         Bayesian techniques for estimating the parameters of coalescing 
                         compact binary systems from the gravitational waveforms extracted 
                         from the data from the advanced detector network. This included 
                         methods to distinguish deviations of the signals from what is 
                         expected in the context of General Relativity.",
                  doi = "10.1007/s10714-014-1796-x",
                  url = "http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10714-014-1796-x",
                 issn = "0001-7701",
             language = "en",
           targetfile = "Astone_Gravitational.pdf",
        urlaccessdate = "24 nov. 2020"
}


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