Multiscale structure of the gravitational wave signal from GW150914 based on the non-extensivity q-triplet

@article{daSilva2023MultiscaleSO,
  title={Multiscale structure of the gravitational wave signal from GW150914 based on the non-extensivity q-triplet},
  author={C. V. da Silva and M. M. F. Nepomuceno and Daniel B. de Freitas},
  journal={Europhysics Letters},
  year={2023},
  volume={141}
}
We study the first gravitational wave, GW150914, detected by advanced LIGO and constructed from the data of measurement of strain relative deformation of the fabric of spacetime. We show that the time series from the gravitational wave obeys Tsallis' q-Gaussian distribution as a probability density and its dynamics evolves from the three associated Tsallis' indexes named q-triplet. This fact strongly suggests that these black hole merger systems behave in a non-extensive manner. Furthermore… 

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