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Comparing Compact Object Distributions from Mass- and Presupernova Core Structure-based Prescriptions

@inproceedings{Patton2021ComparingCO,
  title={Comparing Compact Object Distributions from Mass- and Presupernova Core Structure-based Prescriptions},
  author={Rachel A. Patton and Tuguldur Sukhbold and J J Eldridge},
  year={2021}
}
Binary population synthesis (BPS) employs prescriptions to predict final fates, explosion or implosion, and remnant masses based on one or two stellar parameters at the evolutionary cutoff imposed by the code, usually at or near central carbon ignition. In doing this, BPS disregards the integral role late-stage evolution plays in determining the final fate, remnant type, and remnant mass within the neutrino-driven explosion paradigm. To highlight differences between a popular prescription which… Expand

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Compact Object Distribution Comparison
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