Template banks for binary black hole searches with numerical relativity waveforms

@article{Kumar2014TemplateBF,
  title={Template banks for binary black hole searches with numerical relativity waveforms},
  author={P. Kumar and I. Macdonald and D. Brown and H. Pfeiffer and K. Cannon and M. Boyle and L. Kidder and Abdul H. Mrou'e and M. Scheel and B. Szil{\'a}gyi and Anil Zenginoglu},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2014},
  volume={89},
  pages={042002}
}
  • P. Kumar, I. Macdonald, +8 authors Anil Zenginoglu
  • Published 2014
  • Physics
  • Physical Review D
  • Gravitational waves from coalescing stellar-mass black hole binaries (BBHs) are expected to be detected by the Advanced Laser Interferometer gravitational-wave observatory and Advanced Virgo. Detection searches operate by matched filtering the detector data using a bank of waveform templates. Traditionally, template banks for BBHs are constructed from intermediary analytical waveform models which are calibrated against numerical relativity simulations and which can be evaluated for any choice… CONTINUE READING
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