Measurement Techniques

, Volume 42, Issue 5, pp 415–420 | Cite as

Information processing in a gravitational-wave experiment subject to pulse noise

  • A. V. Gusev
  • V. K. Milyukov
Fundamental Problems of Metrology
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Abstract

We present a new algorithm for processing information in a gravitational-wave experiment; the algorithm is based on using Pearson curves to approximate the unknown probability density of the output noise of a gravitational antenna subject to chaotic pulse noise.

Keywords

Observation Interval Optimal Filter Gravitational Signal Gravitational Antenna Pearson Distribution 

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  • A. V. Gusev
  • V. K. Milyukov

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