Guidi, G. M. (2004) A time-domain veto for binary inspirals search. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 21 (20). S1767-S1774. ISSN 0264-9381 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:GUIcqg04
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We describe a test to distinguish between actual gravitational waves from binary inspiral and false noise triggers. The test operates in the time domain, and considers the time evolution of the correlator and its statistical distribution. It should distinguish true versus noisy events with the same signal-to-noise ratio and chi-square frequency distribution. A similar test has been applied to S1 LIGO data.
|Additional Information:||Copyright © Institute of Physics and IOP Publishing Limited 2004. Received 2 April 2004; Published 28 September 2004; Print publication: Issue 20 (21 October 2004) I am grateful to Albert Lazzarini and Flavio Vetrano for having made possible my stay at the California Institute of Technology, and to Giancarlo Cella and Peter Shawhan for fruitful discussions. The author has benefited of the LIGO Laboratory Visitors Program with NSF Grant No PHY-0245117.|
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