The NINJA-2 catalog of hybrid post-Newtonian/numerical-relativity waveforms for non-precessing black-hole binaries

@article{Ajith2012TheNC,
  title={The NINJA-2 catalog of hybrid post-Newtonian/numerical-relativity waveforms for non-precessing black-hole binaries},
  author={P. Ajith and M. Boyle and Duncan A. Brown and B. Brugmann and L. Buchman and L. Cadonati and M. Campanelli and T. Chu and Z. Etienne and S. Fairhurst and M. Hannam and J. Healy and I. Hinder and S. Husa and L. Kidder and B. Krishnan and P. Laguna and Yuk Tung Liu and L. London and C. Lousto and G. Lovelace and I. MacDonald and P. Marronetti and S. Mohapatra and P. Mosta and D. Muller and B. Mundim and H. Nakano and F. Ohme and V. Paschalidis and L. Pekowsky and D. Pollney and H. Pfeiffer and M. Ponce and M. Purrer and G. Reifenberger and C. Reisswig and L. Santamar'ia and M. Scheel and S. Shapiro and D. Shoemaker and C. Sopuerta and U. Sperhake and B. Szil'agyi and N. W. Taylor and W. Tichy and P. Tsatsin and Y. Zlochower},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={2012},
  volume={29},
  pages={124001}
}
The numerical injection analysis (NINJA) project is a collaborative effort between members of the numerical-relativity and gravitational wave data-analysis communities. The purpose of NINJA is to study the sensitivity of existing gravitational-wave search and parameter-estimation algorithms using numerically generated waveforms and to foster closer collaboration between the numerical-relativity and data-analysis communities. The first NINJA project used only a small number of injections of… Expand

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