Signals embedded in the radial velocity noise

@inproceedings{Tuomi2013SignalsEI,
  title={Signals embedded in the radial velocity noise},
  author={M. Tuomi},
  year={2013}
}
  • M. Tuomi
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • Bayesian data analysis techniques, together with suitable statistical models, can be used to obtain much more information from noisy data than the traditional frequentist methods. For instance, when searching for periodic signals in noisy data, the Bayesian techniques can be used to define exact detection criteria for low-amplitude signals – the most interesting signals that might correspond to habitable planets. We present an overview of Bayesian techniques and present detailed analyses of the… CONTINUE READING
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