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|Title:||Status of the LIGO-AURIGA Joint Burst Analysis|
|Citation:||Journal of Physics - Conference Series, 2006; 32: 195-205|
|Publisher:||Institute of Physics|
|School/Discipline:||School of Chemistry and Physics : Physics and Mathematical Physics|
|Contributor:||Veitch, Peter John|
|S Poggi, F Salemi (for the AURIGA collaboration) and L Cadonati (for the LIGO Scientific collaboration)|
|Abstract:||The recently upgraded AURIGA detector and the LIGO observatory were simultaneously acquiring data for the first time in a 2-weeks period during the LIGO S3 run. This coincidence run motivated a collaborative effort to test search methods for gravitational wave bursts on real data. The adopted method uses broad-band cross correlation for the LIGO interferometers triggered by AURIGA events in the 850-950 Hz band. This paper describes the analysis technique and gives a status report on the search, with emphasis on the tuning procedure. Preliminary network performance and background estimates will be provided.|
|Description:||Peter Veitch and Jesper Munch are members of the LIGO Scientific Collaboration|
|Rights:||© Institute of Physics and IOP Publishing Limited 2006|
|Appears in Collections:||Chemistry and Physics publications|
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