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The Astrophysical journal, ISSN 1538-4357, 09/2012, Volume 756, Issue 2, pp. 175 - 11
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Physical review. D, Particles, fields, gravitation, and cosmology, ISSN 1550-2368, 06/2012, Volume 85, Issue 12
Matched-filter searches for gravitational waves from coalescing compact binaries by the LIGO Scientific Collaboration use the FINDCHIRP algorithm: an... 
Physical Sciences | Astronomy & Astrophysics | Physics, Particles & Fields | Physics | Science & Technology | Coalescing | Gravitation | Neutron stars | Algorithms | Searching | Gravitational waves | Binary stars | Cosmology | Optimization | Physics - General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology
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by Abbott, B and Abbott, R and Adhikari, R and Agresti, J and Ajith, P and Allen, B and Allen, J and Amin, R and Anderson, S.B and Anderson, W.G and Araya, M and Armandula, H and Ashley, M and Aulbert, C and Babak, S and Balasubramanian, R and Ballmer, S and Barish, B.C and Barker, C and Barker, D and Barton, M.A and Bayer, K and Belczynski, K and Betzwieser, J and Bhawal, B and Bilenko, I.A and Billingsley, G and Black, E and Blackburn, K and Blackburn, L and Bland, B and Bogue, L and Bork, R and Bose, S and Brady, P.R and Braginsky, V.B and Brau, J.E and Brown, D.A and Buonanno, A and Busby, D and Butler, W.E and Cadonati, L and Cagnoli, G and Camp, J.B and Cannizzo, J and Cannon, K and Cardenas, L and Carter, K and Casey, M.M and Charlton, P and Chatterji, S and Chen, Y and Chin, D and Christensen, N and Cokelaer, T and Colacino, C.N and Coldwell, R and Cook, D and Corbitt, T and Coyne, D and Creighton, J.D.E and Creighton, T.D and Dalrymple, J and D'Ambrosio, E and Danzmann, K and Davies, G and DeBra, D and Dergachev, V and Desai, S and DeSalvo, R and Dhurandar, S and Díaz, M and Di Credico, A and Drever, R.W.P and Dupuis, R.J and Ehrens, P and Etzel, T and Evans, M and Evans, T and Fairhurst, S and Finn, L.S and Franzen, K.Y and Frey, R.E and Fritschel, P and Frolov, V.V and Fyffe, M and Ganezer, K.S and Garofoli, J and Gholami, I and Giaime, J.A and Goda, K and Goggin, L and González, G and Gray, C and Gretarsson, A.M and Grimmett, D and Grote, H and Grunewald, S and Guenther, M and Gustafson, R and ... and LIGO Sci Collaboration and LIGO Scientific Collaboration
Physical review letters, ISSN 0031-9007, 11/2005, Volume 95, Issue 22, pp. 221101 - 221101
The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory has performed a third science run with much improved sensitivities of all three interferometers. We... 
Physics, Multidisciplinary | Physical Sciences | Physics | Science & Technology
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by Abbott, B and Abbott, R and Adhikari, R and Agresti, J and Ajith, P and Allen, B and Allen, J and Amin, R and Anderson, S B and Anderson, W G and Araya, M and Armandula, H and Ashley, M and Aulbert, C and Babak, S and Balasubramanian, R and Ballmer, S and Bantilan, H and Barish, B C and Barker, C and Barker, D and Barton, M A and Bayer, K and Belczynski, K and Betzwieser, J and Bhawal, B and Bilenko, I A and Billingsley, G and Black, E and Blackburn, K and Blackburn, L and Bland, B and Bogue, L and Bork, R and Bose, S and Brady, P R and Braginsky, V B and Brau, J E and Brown, D A and Buonanno, A and Busby, D and Butler, W E and Cadonati, L and Cagnoli, G and Camp, J B and Cannizzo, J and Cannon, K and Cao, J and Cardenas, L and Carter, K and Casey, M M and Charlton, P and Chatterji, S and Chen, Y and Chin, D and Christensen, N and Cokelaer, T and Colacino, C N and Coldwell, R and Cook, D and Corbitt, T and Coyne, D and Creighton, J D E and Creighton, T D and Dalrymple, J and D'Ambrosio, E and Danzmann, K and Davies, G and DeBra, D and Dergachev, V and Desai, S and DeSalvo, R and Dhurandar, S and Díaz, M and Di Credico, A and Drever, R W P and Dupuis, R J and Ehrens, P and Etzel, T and Evans, M and Evans, T and Fairhurst, S and Finn, L S and Franzen, K Y and Frey, R E and Fritschel, P and Frolov, V V and Fyffe, M and Ganezer, K S and Garofoli, J and Gholami, I and Giaime, J A and Goda, K and Goggin, L and González, G and Gray, C and Gretarsson, A M and Grimmett, D and Grote, H and Grunewald, S and ...
Classical and Quantum Gravity, ISSN 0264-9381, 04/2006, Volume 23, Issue 8, pp. S29 - S39
Class.Quant.Grav.23:S29-S39,2006 We report on a search for gravitational wave bursts in data from the three LIGO interferometric detectors during their third... 
Physics - General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology
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by Abadie, J and Abbott, B P and Abernathy, M and Adams, C and Adhikari, R and Ajith, P and Allen, B and Allen, G and Ceron, E Amador and Amin, R S and Anderson, S B and Anderson, W G and Antonucci, F and Aoudia, S and Arain, M A and Araya, M and Aronsson, M and Arun, K G and Aso, Y and Aston, S and Astone, P and Atkinson, D E and Aufmuth, P and Aulbert, C and Babak, S and Baker, P and Barnum, S and Barone, F and Barriga, P and Barsuglia, M and Barton, M A and Bartos, I and Bastarrika, M and Bauchrowitz, J and Bauer, Th S and Behnke, B and Beker, M G and Bertolini, A and Betzwieser, J and Beveridge, N and Beyersdorf, P T and Bigotta, S and Bilenko, I A and Billingsley, G and Birch, J and Birindelli, S and Biswas, R and Bizouard, M A and Black, E and Blackburn, J K and Blackburn, L and Blair, D and Bland, B and Boccara, C and Bock, O and Bodiya, T P and Bondarescu, R and Bondu, F and Bonelli, L and Bork, R and Born, M and Bose, S and Bosi, L and Boyle, M and Braccini, S and Bradaschia, C and Braginsky, V B and Brau, J E and Breyer, J and Bridges, D O and Brillet, A and Brinkmann, M and Brisson, V and Brown, D A and Budzyński, R and Buonanno, A and Burguet-Castell, J and Burmeister, O and Buskulic, D and Byer, R L and Cadonati, L and Cagnoli, G and Camp, J B and Campsie, P and Cannizzo, J and Cannon, K C and Caride, S and Cavaglià, M and Cavalier, F and Cavalieri, R and Cepeda, C and Cesarini, E and Chalermsongsak, T and Chalkley, E and Charlton, P and Chassande Mottin, E and Chelkowski, S and Chincarini, A and Christensen, N and Chua, S S Y and ... and The LIGO Scientific Collaboration and the Virgo Collaboration and LIGO Sci Collaboration & Virgo
Classical and quantum gravity, ISSN 1361-6382, 09/2010, Volume 27, Issue 17, p. 173001
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by Abbott, B P and Abbott, R and Adhikari, R and Ajith, P and Allen, B and Allen, G and Amin, R S and Anderson, S B and Anderson, W G and Arain, M A and Araya, M and Armandula, H and Armor, P and Aso, Y and Aston, S and Aufmuth, P and Aulbert, C and Babak, S and Baker, P and Ballmer, S and Barker, C and Barker, D and Barr, B and Barriga, P and Barsotti, L and Barton, M A and Bartos, I and Bassiri, R and Bastarrika, M and Behnke, B and Benacquista, M and Betzwieser, J and Beyersdorf, P T and Bilenko, I A and Billingsley, G and Biswas, R and Black, E and Blackburn, J K and Blackburn, L and Blair, D and Bland, B and Bodiya, T P and Bogue, L and Bork, R and Boschi, V and Bose, S and Brady, P R and Braginsky, V B and Brau, J E and Bridges, D O and Brinkmann, M and Brooks, A F and Brown, D A and Brummit, A and Brunet, G and Bullington, A and Buonanno, A and Burmeister, O and Byer, R L and Cadonati, L and Camp, J B and Cannizzo, J and Cannon, K C and Cao, J and Cardenas, L and Caride, S and Castaldi, G and Caudill, S and Cavaglià, M and Cepeda, C and Chalermsongsak, T and Chalkley, E and Charlton, P and Chatterji, S and Chelkowski, S and Chen, Y and Christensen, N and Chung, C T Y and Clark, D and Clark, J and Clayton, J H and Cokelaer, T and Colacino, C N and Conte, R and Cook, D and Corbitt, T R C and Cornish, N and Coward, D and Coyne, D C and Creighton, J D E and Creighton, T D and Cruise, A M and Culter, R M and Cumming, A and Cunningham, L and Danilishin, S L and Danzmann, K and Daudert, B and Davies, G and Daw, E J and ... and LIGO Sci Collaboration
Reports on Progress in Physics, ISSN 0034-4885, 07/2009, Volume 72, Issue 7, pp. 076901 - 076901 (25)
The goal of the Laser Interferometric Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) is to detect and study gravitational waves (GWs) of astrophysical origin. Direct... 
Physics, Multidisciplinary | Physical Sciences | Physics | Science & Technology | Physics - General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology
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by Aasi, J and Abbott, B P and Abbott, T and Abernathy, M R and Ackley, K and Adams, C and Adams, T and Addesso, P and Adhikari, R X and Adya, V and Affeldt, C and Aggarwal, N and Ain, A and Ajith, P and Alemic, A and Allen, B and Amariutei, D and Anderson, S B and Anderson, W G and Arai, K and Ashton, G and Ast, S and Aston, S M and Aufmuth, P and Aylott, B E and Babak, S and Ballmer, S W and Barayoga, J C and Barbet, M and Barclay, S and Barker, D and Barr, B and Barsotti, L and Bartlett, J and Bassiri, R and Batch, J C and Baune, C and Bell, A S and Benacquista, M and Bergman, J and Berry, C P L and Bhagwat, S and Bhandare, R and Billingsley, G and Birch, J and Biscans, S and Biwer, C and Blackburn, J K and Blair, D and Bock, O and Bodiya, T P and Bojtos, P and Bond, C and Bork, R and Brady, P R and Braginsky, V B and Brown, D A and Brown, D D and Brown, N M and Buchman, S and Buikema, A and Cadonati, L and Calderón Bustillo, J and Cannon, K C and Capano, C D and Caride, S and Caudill, S and Cavaglià, M and Cepeda, C and Chalermsongsak, T and Chao, S and Charlton, P and Chen, Y and Cho, M and Christensen, N and Chung, S and Clara, F and Clark, J A and Collette, C and Cominsky, L and Constancio, M and Corbitt, T R and Cornish, N and Costa, C A and Coughlin, M W and Countryman, S and Couvares, P and Cowart, M J and Coyne, D C and Craig, K and Creighton, T D and Cripe, J and Crowder, S G and Cumming, A and Dal Canton, T and Damjanic, M and Danilishin, S L and Danzmann, K and Davies, G S and Daw, E J and ... and The LIGO Scientific Collaboration and LIGO Sci Collaboration
Classical and quantum gravity, ISSN 1361-6382, 04/2015, Volume 32, Issue 7, pp. 074001 - 74041
The Advanced LIGO gravitational wave detectors are second-generation instruments designed and built for the two LIGO observatories in Hanford, WA and... 
interferometers | gravitational waves | optics | seismic isolation | Quantum Science & Technology | Physical Sciences | Astronomy & Astrophysics | Physics, Particles & Fields | Physics, Multidisciplinary | Physics | Science & Technology | Design for recycling | Lasers | Gravitational waves | Detectors | Recycling | Quantum gravity | Gain | Interferometers
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by Abbott, B and Abbott, R and Adhikari, R and Agresti, J and Ajith, P and Allen, B and Amin, R and Anderson, S. B and Anderson, W. G and Arain, M and Araya, M and Armandula, H and Ashley, M and Aston, S and Aufmuth, P and Aulbert, C and Babak, S and Ballmer, S and Bantilan, H and Barish, B. C and Barker, C and Barker, D and Barr, B and Barriga, P and Barton, M. A and Bayer, K and Betzwieser, J and Beyersdorf, P. T and Bhawal, B and Bilenko, I. A and Billingsley, G and Biswas, R and Black, E and Blackburn, K and Blackburn, L and Blair, D and Bland, B and Bogenstahl, J and Bogue, L and Bork, R and Boschi, V and Bose, S and Brady, P. R and Braginsky, V. B and Brau, J. E and Brinkmann, M and Brooks, A and Brown, D. A and Bullington, A and Bunkowski, A and Buonanno, A and Burmeister, O and Busby, D and Byer, R. L and Cadonati, L and Cagnoli, G and Camp, J. B and Cannizzo, J and Cannon, K and Cantley, C. A and Cao, J and Cardenas, L and Castaldi, G and Cepeda, C and Chalkley, E and Charlton, P and Chatterji, S and Chelkowski, S and Chen, Y and Chiadini, F and Christensen, N and Clark, J and Cochrane, P and Cokelaer, T and Coldwell, R and Conte, R and Cook, D and Corbitt, T and Coyne, D and Creighton, J. D. E and Croce, R. P and Crooks, D. R. M and Cruise, A. M and Cumming, A and Dalrymple, J and D’Ambrosio, E and Danzmann, K and Davies, G and DeBra, D and Degallaix, J and Degree, M and Demma, T and Dergachev, V and Desai, S and DeSalvo, R and Dhurandhar, S and Díaz, M and Dickson, J and Di Credico, A and Diederichs, G and ... and LIGO Sci Collaboration and The LIGO Scientific Collaboration
The Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 07/2008, Volume 681, Issue 2, pp. 1419 - 1430
We analyzed the available LIGO data coincident with GRB 070201, a short-duration, hard-spectrum gamma-ray burst (GRB) whose electromagnetically determined sky... 
Gamma rays: bursts | Gravitational waves | Methods: data analysis | Physical Sciences | Astronomy & Astrophysics | Science & Technology
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