New Discoveries from the Arecibo 327 MHz Drift Pulsar Survey Radio Transient Search

@article{Deneva2016NewDF,
  title={New Discoveries from the Arecibo 327 MHz Drift Pulsar Survey Radio Transient Search},
  author={Julia S. Deneva and Kevin Stovall and Maura Mclaughlin and Manjari Bagchi and Samuel Bates and Paulo C. C. Freire and J. G. Martinez and Fredrick A. Jenet and Nathan Garver-Daniels},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena},
  year={2016}
}
We present Clusterrank, a new algorithm for identifying dispersed astrophysical pulses. Such pulses are commonly detected from Galactic pulsars and rotating radio transients (RRATs), which are neutron stars with sporadic radio emission. More recently, isolated, highly dispersed pulses dubbed fast radio bursts (FRBs) have been identified as the potential signature of an extragalactic cataclysmic radio source distinct from pulsars and RRATs. Clusterrank helped us discover 14 pulsars and 8 RRATs… 
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