# Physics and astrophysics with gravitational waves from compact binary coalescence in ground based interferometers

@inproceedings{Grover2016PhysicsAA, title={Physics and astrophysics with gravitational waves from compact binary coalescence in ground based interferometers}, author={Kevin Grover}, year={2016} }

- Published 2016

Advanced ground based laser interferometer gravitational wave detectors are due to come online in late 2015 and are expected to make the first direct detections of gravitational waves, with compact binary coalescence widely regarded as one of the most promising sources for detection.
In Chapter I I compare two techniques for predicting the uncertainty of sky localization of these sources with full Bayesian inference. I find that timing triangulation alone tends to over-estimate the uncertainty… CONTINUE READING

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