X-Pipeline: an analysis package for autonomous gravitational-wave burst searches

@article{Sutton2010XPipelineAA,
  title={X-Pipeline: an analysis package for autonomous gravitational-wave burst searches},
  author={P. Sutton and G. Jones and S. Chatterji and P. Kalmus and I. Leonor and S. Poprocki and J. Rollins and A. Searle and L. Stein and M. Tinto and M. Was},
  journal={New Journal of Physics},
  year={2010},
  volume={12},
  pages={053034}
}
  • P. Sutton, G. Jones, +8 authors M. Was
  • Published 2010
  • Physics
  • New Journal of Physics
  • Autonomous gravitational-wave searches—fully automated analyses of data that run without human intervention or assistance—are desirable for a number of reasons. They are necessary for the rapid identification of gravitational-wave burst candidates, which in turn will allow for follow-up observations by other observatories and the maximum exploitation of their scientific potential. A fully automated analysis would also circumvent the traditional 'by hand' setup and tuning of burst searches that… CONTINUE READING
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