# Robust machine learning algorithm to search for continuous gravitational waves

@article{Bayley2020RobustML, title={Robust machine learning algorithm to search for continuous gravitational waves}, author={J. Bayley and C. Messenger and G. Woan}, journal={Physical Review D}, year={2020}, volume={102}, pages={083024} }

Many continuous gravitational wave searches are affected by instrumental spectral lines that could be confused with a continuous astrophysical signal. Several techniques have been developed to limit the effect of these lines by penalizing signals that appear in only a single detector. We have developed a general method, using a convolutional neural network, to reduce the impact of instrumental artifacts on searches that use the SOAP algorithm Bayley et al. [Phys. Rev. D 100, 023006 (2019)]. The… Expand

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