# Gravitational-Wave Astronomy with Coalescing Compact Binaries: Detection and Parameter Estimation with Advanced Detectors

@inproceedings{Smith2013GravitationalWaveAW, title={Gravitational-Wave Astronomy with Coalescing Compact Binaries: Detection and Parameter Estimation with Advanced Detectors}, author={Rory J. E. Smith}, year={2013} }

- Published 2013

The current generation of interferometric gravitational-wave detectors, LIGO and Virgo, are undergoing upgrade to their so-called advanced phase. These instruments, together with new instruments in Japan and India, KAGRA and LIGO India, will form a network of advanced gravitational-wave detectors with which detections are expected to become routine. Amongst the prime sources for gravitational- wave astronomy are coalescing compact binaries consisting of neutron stars and/or black holes… CONTINUE READING

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