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Uncertainty and bias of cosmology and astrophysical population model from statistical dark sirens

@inproceedings{Yu2022UncertaintyAB,
  title={Uncertainty and bias of cosmology and astrophysical population model from statistical dark sirens},
  author={Hang Yu and Brian C Seymour and Yijun Wang and Yanbei Chen},
  year={2022}
}
Gravitational-wave (GW) radiation from a coalescing compact binary is a standard siren as the luminosity distance of each event can be directly measured from the amplitude of the signal. One possibility to constrain cosmology using the GW siren is to perform statistical inference on a population of binary black hole (BBH) events. In essence, this statistical method can be viewed as follows. We can modify the shape of the distribution of observed BBH events by changing cosmological parameters… 

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