EINSTEIN@HOME DISCOVERY OF 24 PULSARS IN THE PARKES MULTI-BEAM PULSAR SURVEY

@article{Knispel2013EINSTEINHOMEDO,
  title={EINSTEIN@HOME DISCOVERY OF 24 PULSARS IN THE PARKES MULTI-BEAM PULSAR SURVEY},
  author={B. Knispel and Ralph P. Eatough and H. Kim and Evan F. Keane and Bruce Allen and D. P. Anderson and C. Aulbert and Oliver Bock and Fronefield Crawford and H. B. Eggenstein and H. Fehrmann and David Hammer and Michael Kramer and Andrew G. Lyne and B. Machenschalk and R. Bruce Miller and Maria Alessandra Papa and Dominik Rastawicki and John M. Sarkissian and Xavier Siemens and Ben W. Stappers},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={774}
}
We have conducted a new search for radio pulsars in compact binary systems in the Parkes multi-beam pulsar survey (PMPS) data, employing novel methods to remove the Doppler modulation from binary motion. This has yielded unparalleled sensitivity to pulsars in compact binaries. The required computation time of ≈17, 000 CPU core years was provided by the distributed volunteer computing project Einstein@Home, which has a sustained computing power of about 1 PFlop s−1. We discovered 24 new pulsars… 
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