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Detailed classification of swift's gamma-ray bursts
Earlier classification analyses found three types of gamma-ray bursts (short, long, and intermediate in duration) in the BATSE sample. Recent works have shown that these three groups are also presentExpand
Possible structure in the GRB sky distribution at redshift two
Context. Research over the past three decades has revolutionized cosmology while supporting the standard cosmological model. However, the cosmological principle of Universal homogeneity and isotropyExpand
Classification of Swift's gamma-ray bursts
Context. Two classes of gamma-ray bursts have been identified in the BATSE catalogs characterized by durations shorter and longer than about 2 seconds. There are, however, some indications for theExpand
A new definition of the intermediate group of gamma-ray bursts
Gamma-ray bursts can be divided into three groups (short, intermediate, long) with respect to their durations. This classification is somewhat imprecise, since the subgroup of intermediate durationExpand
The Swift satellite and redshifts of long gamma-ray bursts
Until 6 October 2005 sixteen redshifts had been measured of long gamma-ray bursts discovered by the Swift satellite. Further 45 redshifts have been measured of the long gamma- ray bursts discoveredExpand
A giant ring-like structure at 0.78
According to the cosmological principle, Universal large-scale structure is homogeneous and isotropic. The observable Universe, however, shows complex structures even on very large scales. The recentExpand
New data support the existence of the Hercules-Corona Borealis Great Wall
Context. Several large structures, including the Sloan Great Wall, the Huge Large Quasar Group, and a large gamma-ray burst cluster referred to as the Hercules-Corona Borealis Great Wall, appear toExpand
Searching for differences in Swift's intermediate GRBs
Context. Gamma-ray bursts are usually classified in terms their high-energy emission into either short-duration or long-duration bursts, which presumably reflect two different types of progenitors.Expand
A DISTINCT PEAK-FLUX DISTRIBUTION OF THE THIRD CLASS OF GAMMA-RAY BURSTS: A POSSIBLE SIGNATURE OF X-RAY FLASHES?
Gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) are the most luminous events in the universe. Going beyond the short-long classification scheme, we work in the context of three burst populations with the third group ofExpand
Testing the randomness in the sky-distribution of gamma-ray bursts
We have studied the complete randomness of the angular distribution of gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) detected by the Burst and Transient Source Experiment (BATSE). Because GRBs seem to be a mixture ofExpand
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