An efficient matched filtering algorithm for the detection of continuous gravitational wave signals

Williams, Peter R.; Schutz, Bernard F.
June 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 523 Issue 1, p473
Academic Journal
© 2000 American Institute of Physics.


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