Data analysis of gravitational-wave signals from spinning neutron stars. III. Detection statistics and computational requirements

@article{Jaranowski2000DataAO,
  title={Data analysis of gravitational-wave signals from spinning neutron stars. III. Detection statistics and computational requirements},
  author={P. Jaranowski and A. Kr{\'o}lak},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2000},
  volume={61},
  pages={062001}
}
  • P. Jaranowski, A. Królak
  • Published 2000
  • Physics
  • Physical Review D
  • We develop the analytic and numerical tools for data analysis of the continuous gravitational-wave signals from spinning neutron stars for ground-based laser interferometric detectors. The statistical data analysis method that we investigate is maximum likelihood detection which for the case of Gaussian noise reduces to matched filtering. We study in detail the statistical properties of the optimum functional that needs to be calculated in order to detect the gravitational-wave signal and… CONTINUE READING
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