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Physical Review D 65 (2002) 042004
Detection in coincidence of gravitational wave bursts with a network of interferometric detectors (I): Geometric acceptance and timing
Nicolas Arnaud1, M. Barsuglia1, Marie-Anne Bizouard1, Philippe Canitrot1, Fabien Cavalier1, Michel Davier1, Patrice Hello1, Thierry Pradier1
(2002)

Detecting gravitational wave bursts (characterised by short durations and poorly modelled waveforms) requires to have coincidences between several interferometric detectors in order to reject non-stationary noise events. As the wave amplitude seen in a detector depends on its location with respect to the source direction and as the signal to noise ratio of these bursts are expected to be low, coincidences between antennas may not be so likely. This paper investigates this question from a statistical point of view by using a simple model of a network of detectors; it also estimates the timing precision of a detection in an interferometer which is an important issue for the reconstruction of the source location, based on time delays.
1 :  LAL - Laboratoire de l'Accélérateur Linéaire
Physique/Relativité Générale et Cosmologie Quantique
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http://fr.arXiv.org/abs/gr-qc/0107081