Mino, Yasushi (2005) Extreme mass ratio binary: radiation reaction and gravitational waveform. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 22 (10). S375-S379. ISSN 0264-9381 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:MINcqg05
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For a successful detection of gravitational waves by LISA, it is essential to construct theoretical waveforms in a reliable manner. We discuss gravitational waves from an extreme mass ratio binary system which is expected to be a promising target of the LISA project. The extreme mass ratio binary is a binary system of a supermassive black hole and a stellar mass compact object. As the supermassive black hole dominates the gravitational field of the system, we suppose that the system might be well approximated by a metric perturbation of a Kerr black hole. We discuss recent theoretical progress in calculating the waveforms from such a system.
|Additional Information:||© 2005 IOP Publishing Ltd. Received 19 October 2004, in final form 17 December 2004. Published 26 April 2005. Print publication: Issue 10 (21 May 2005) YM thanks Professor Kip Thorne and Professor Sterl Phinney for encouragement. YM was supported by NASA grant NAG5-12834 and NASA-ATP grant NNG04GK98G at CalTech.|
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