Stochastic gravitational-wave background as a tool for investigating multi-channel astrophysical and primordial black-hole mergers

@article{Bavera2021StochasticGB,
  title={Stochastic gravitational-wave background as a tool for investigating multi-channel astrophysical and primordial black-hole mergers},
  author={Simone S. Bavera and Gabriele Franciolini and Giulia Cusin and Antonio Walter Riotto and Michael Zevin and Tassos Fragos},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
The formation of merging binary black holes can occur through multiple astrophysical channels such as, e.g., isolated binary evolution and dynamical formation or, alternatively, have a primordial origin. Increasingly large gravitational-wave catalogs of binary black-hole mergers have allowed for the first model selection studies between di ff erent theoretical predictions to constrain some of their model uncertainties and branching ratios. In this work, we show how one could add an additional and… 

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