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Gravitational-wave astronomy with an uncertain noise power spectral density

@inproceedings{Talbot2020GravitationalwaveAW,
  title={Gravitational-wave astronomy with an uncertain noise power spectral density},
  author={Colm Talbot and Eric Thrane},
  year={2020}
}
  • Colm Talbot, Eric Thrane
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • In order to extract information about the properties of compact binaries, we must estimate the noise power spectral density of gravitational-wave data, which depends on the properties of the gravitational-wave detector. In practice, it is not possible to know this perfectly, only to estimate it from the data. Multiple estimation methods are commonly used and each has a corresponding statistical uncertainty. However, this uncertainty is widely ignored when measuring the physical parameters… CONTINUE READING

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