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POPCORN: A comparison of binary population synthesis codes

@article{Claeys2012POPCORNAC,
  title={POPCORN: A comparison of binary population synthesis codes},
  author={J. S. W. Claeys and Silvia Toonen and Nicki Mennekens},
  journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
  year={2012},
  pages={163-166}
}
We compare the results of three binary population synthesis codes to understand the differences in their results. As a first result we find that when equalizing the assumptions the results are similar. The main differences arise from deviating physical input. 
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