BayesWave: Bayesian Inference for Gravitational Wave Bursts and Instrument Glitches

@article{Cornish2014BayesWaveBI,
  title={BayesWave: Bayesian Inference for Gravitational Wave Bursts and Instrument Glitches},
  author={N. Cornish and T. Littenberg},
  journal={arXiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology},
  year={2014}
}
A central challenge in Gravitational Wave Astronomy is identifying weak signals in the presence of non-stationary and non-Gaussian noise. The separation of gravitational wave signals from noise requires good models for both. When accurate signal models are available, such as for binary Neutron star systems, it is possible to make robust detection statements even when the noise is poorly understood. In contrast, searches for "un-modeled" transient signals are strongly impacted by the methods… Expand
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