# Accurate gravitational waveforms from binary black-hole systems

@inproceedings{Boyle2008AccurateGW, title={Accurate gravitational waveforms from binary black-hole systems}, author={Michael Boyle}, year={2008} }

- Published 2008

We examine various topics involved in the creation of accurate theoretical gravitational waveforms from binary black-hole systems.
In Chapter 2 a pseudospectral numerical code is applied to a set of analytic or near-analytic solutions to Einstein's equations which comprise a testbed for numerical-relativity codes. We then discuss methods for extracting gravitational-wave data from numerical simulations of black-hole binary systems, and introduce a practical technique for obtaining the… CONTINUE READING

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