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11th Annual Gravitational Wave Data Analysis Workshop (GWDAW-11), Posdam : Allemagne (2007)
Report on the first round of the Mock LISA Data Challenges
K.A. Arnaud, G. Auger1, S. Babak, J. Baker, M. J. Benacquista, E. Bloomer, D. Brown, J. B. Camp, J. K. Cannizzo, N. Christensen, J. Clark, N. J. Cornsih, J. Crowder, C. Cutler, S. Fairhurst, L. S. Finn, H. Halloin1, K. Hayama, M. Hendry, O. Jeannin1, A. Krolak, S. L. Larson, I. Mandel, C. Messenger, R. Meyer, S. Mohanty, R. Nayak, K. Numata, A. Petiteau1, M. Pitkin, E. Plagnol1, E.K. Porter, R. Prix, C. Roever, B. S. Sathyaprakash, A. Stroeer, P. Sutton, R. Thirumalainambi, D. E. Thompson, J. Toher, R. Umstaetter, M. Vallisneri, A. Vecchio, J Veitch, J-Y. Vinet, J. T. Whelan, G. Woan
LISA Collaboration(s)

The Mock LISA Data Challenges (MLDCs) have the dual purpose of fostering the development of LISA data analysis tools and capabilities, and demonstrating the technical readiness already achieved by the gravitational-wave community in distilling a rich science payoff from the LISA data output. The first round of MLDCs has just been completed: nine data sets containing simulated gravitational wave signals produced either by galactic binaries or massive black hole binaries embedded in simulated LISA instrumental noise were released in June 2006 with deadline for submission of results at the beginning of December 2006. Ten groups have participated in this first round of challenges. Here we describe the challenges, summarise the results, and provide a first critical assessment of the entries.
1 :  APC - UMR 7164 - AstroParticule et Cosmologie
APC - Cosmologie et Gravitation
Physique/Relativité Générale et Cosmologie Quantique
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