Beauville, F. and Bizouard, M.-A. and Blackburn, L. and Bosi, L. and Brady, P. and Brocco, L. and Brown, D. and Buskulic, D. and Cavalier, F. and Chatterji, S. and Christensen, N. and Clapson, A.-C. and Fairhurst, S. and Grosjean, D. and Guidi, G. and Hello, P. and Katsavounidis, E. and Knight, M. and Lazzarini, A. and Leroy, N. and Marion, F. and Mours, B. and Ricci, F. and Viceré, A. and Zanolin, M. and Joint, LIGO-Virgo-working-group (2006) Benefits of joint LIGO-Virgo coincidence searches for burst and inspiral signals. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 32 (1). pp. 212-222. ISSN 1742-6596 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:BEAjpcs06
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We examine the benefits of performing a joint LIGO-Virgo search for transient signals. We do this by adding burst and inspiral signals to 24 hours of simulated detector data. We find significant advantages to performing a joint coincidence analysis, above either a LIGO only or Virgo only search. These include an increased detection efficiency, at a fixed false alarm rate, to both burst and inspiral events and an ability to reconstruct the sky location of a signal.
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