Characterization of systematic error in Advanced LIGO calibration

@article{Sun2020CharacterizationOS,
  title={Characterization of systematic error in Advanced LIGO calibration},
  author={Ling Sun and E Goetz and Jeffrey Kissel and Joe Betzwieser and Sudarshan Karki and Aaron Viets and Madeline Wade and Dripta Bhattacharjee and Vladimir Bossilkov and P B Covas and Laurence Elise Helene Datrier and Rachel Gray and Shivaraj Kandhasamy and Yannick K. Lecoeuche and Greg Mendell and Timesh Mistry and Ethan Payne and Richard L. Savage and Allan J. Weinstein and Stuart M. Aston and A. Buikema and C. Cahillane and J C Driggers and Sheila E. Dwyer and Rahul Kumar and A. Urban},
  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
The raw outputs of the detectors within the Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory need to be calibrated in order to produce the estimate of the dimensionless strain used for astrophysical analyses. The two detectors have been upgraded since the second observing run and finished the year-long third observing run. Understanding, accounting, and/or compensating for the complex-valued response of each part of the upgraded detectors improves the overall accuracy of the… Expand
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