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Methods and results of a search for gravitational waves associated with gamma-ray bursts using the GEO600, LIGO, and Virgo detectors

In this paper we report on a search for short-duration gravitational wave bursts in the frequency range 64 Hz-1792 Hz associated with gamma-ray bursts (GRBs), using data from GEO600 and one of the LIGO or Virgo detectors. We introduce the method of a linear search grid to analyse GRB events with lar... Full description

Journal Title: arXiv.org Jul 1, 2014
Main Author: Aasi, J
Other Authors: Abbott, B , Abbott, R , Abbott, T , Abernathy, M , Acernese, F , Ackley, K , Adams, C , Adams, T , Addesso, P , Adhikari, R , Affeldt, C , Agathos, M , Aggarwal, N , Aguiar, O , Ajith, P , Alemic, A , Allen, B , Allocca, A , Amariutei
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title: Methods and results of a search for gravitational waves associated with gamma-ray bursts using the GEO600, LIGO, and Virgo detectors
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  • Aasi, J
  • Abbott, B
  • Abbott, R
  • Abbott, T
  • Abernathy, M
  • Acernese, F
  • Ackley, K
  • Adams, C
  • Adams, T
  • Addesso, P
  • Adhikari, R
  • Affeldt, C
  • Agathos, M
  • Aggarwal, N
  • Aguiar, O
  • Ajith, P
  • Alemic, A
  • Allen, B
  • Allocca, A
  • Amariutei
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  • Gravitational Waves
  • Localization
  • Sensors
  • Gamma Rays
  • Lower Bounds
  • Detectors
  • Cost Analysis
  • Emission
  • Searching
  • Computational Efficiency
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description: In this paper we report on a search for short-duration gravitational wave bursts in the frequency range 64 Hz-1792 Hz associated with gamma-ray bursts (GRBs), using data from GEO600 and one of the LIGO or Virgo detectors. We introduce the method of a linear search grid to analyse GRB events with large sky localisation uncertainties such as the localisations provided by the Fermi Gamma-ray Burst Monitor (GBM). Coherent searches for gravitational waves (GWs) can be computationally intensive when the GRB sky position is not well-localised, due to the corrections required for the difference in arrival time between detectors. Using a linear search grid we are able to reduce the computational cost of the analysis by a factor of O(10) for GBM events. Furthermore, we demonstrate that our analysis pipeline can improve upon the sky localisation of GRBs detected by the GBM, if a high-frequency GW signal is observed in coincidence. We use the linear search grid method in a search for GWs associated...
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