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- Fintan D. Ryan
- 1996

The effect of gravitational radiation reaction on orbits around a spinning black hole is analyzed. Such orbits possess three constants of motion: , e, and a, which correspond, in the Newtonian limit of the orbit being an ellipse, to the inclination angle of the orbital plane to the hole's equatorial plane, the eccentricity, and the semimajor axis length,… (More)

- Fintan D. Ryan
- 1995

The effect of gravitational radiation reaction on circular orbits around a spinning (Kerr) black hole is computed to leading order in S (the magnitude of the spin angular momentum of the hole) and in the strength of gravity M/r (where M is the mass of the black hole, r is the orbital radius, and G = c = 1). The radiation reaction makes the orbit shrink but… (More)

- Steven C. Herman, Aaron Halpert, Michael R. Murray, Mark R. Shapland, Sejal Haria, Bernard A. Pelletier +14 others
- 2013

Motivation. Tail factors are used by actuaries to estimate the additional development that will occur after the eldest maturity in a given loss development triangle, or after the eldest credible link ratio. Over the years, many valuable contributions have been made to the CAS literature that describes various methods for calculating tail factors. The CAS… (More)

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