Multi-year search for a diffuse flxu of muon neutrinos with AMANDA-II

@article{Achterberg2007MultiyearSF,
  title={Multi-year search for a diffuse flxu of muon neutrinos with AMANDA-II},
  author={IceCube Collaboration A. Achterberg and et al.},
  journal={Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory},
  year={2007},
  volume={76}
}
A search for TeV-PeV muon neutrinos from unresolved sources was performed on AMANDA-II data collected between 2000 and 2003 with an equivalent livetime of 807 days. This diffuse analysis sought to find an extraterrestrial neutrino flux from sources with non-thermal components. The signal is expected to have a harder spectrum than the atmospheric muon and neutrino backgrounds. Since no excess of events was seen in the data over the expected background, an upper limit of E{sup 2}{Phi}{sub 90%C.L… 

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