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Last updated July 11, 2003.
P. J. Armitage, and P. Natarajan, " Accretion during the Merger of Supermassive Black Holes," ApJ, 567, L9 (2002)
M. Benacquista, " Gravitational Radiation from Black Hole Binaries in Globular Clusters," Class.Quant.Grav. 19, 1297-1302 (2002)
M. Benacquista, " Gravitational Radiation from Globular Clusters," ApJ, 520, 233 (1999)
M. Cropper, M. K. Harrop-Allin, K. O. Mason, J. P. D. Mittaz, S. B. Potter, G. Ramsay, " RX J1914.4+2456 - The first double-degenerate polar?," MNRAS, 293, L57 (1998)
C. R. Evans, I. Iben, and L. Smarr, "Degenerate dwarf binaries as promising, detectable sources of gravitational radiation," ApJ, 323, 129 (1987)
D. Hils, and P. L. Bender, " Gravitational Radiation from Helium Cataclysmics," ApJ, 537, 334 (2000)
G. Israel, et al., " RX J0806.3+1527: A double degenerate binary with the shortest known orbital period (321s)," Astron. & Astroph., 386, L13 (2002)
T. R. Marsh, and D. Steeghs, " V407 Vul: a direct impact accretor," MNRAS, 331, L7 (2002)
M. C. Miller, and D. P. Hamilton, " Production of Intermediate-mass Black Holes in Globular Clusters," MNRAS, 330, 232 (2002)
G. Nelemans, L. R. Yungelson, and S. F. Portegies Zwart, " The gravitational wave signal from the Galactic disk population of binaries containing two compact objects," Astron. & Astroph., 375, 890 (2001)
G. Ramsay, K. Wu, M. Cropper, G. Schmidt, K. Sekiguchi, F. Iwamuro, and T. Maihara, " Optical/Infrared spectroscopy and photometry of the short period binary RX J1914+24," MNRAS, in press (2002).
G. Ramsay, P. Hakala, and M. Cropper, " RX J0806+15: the shortest period binary?," MNRAS, 332, L7 (2002).
G. Ramsay, M. Cropper, K. Wu, K. O. Mason, and P. Hakala, " Detection of the optical counterpart of the proposed double degenerate polar RX J1914+24," MNRAS, 311, 75, (2000)
R. Schneider, V. Ferrari, S. Matarrese, and S. F. Portegies Zwart, " Low-frequency gravitational waves from cosmological compact binaries," MNRAS, 324, 797 (2001)
T. E. Strohmayer, " Evidence for Orbital Decay of RX J1914.4+2456: Gravitational Radiation and the Nature of the X-Ray Emission," ApJ, 581, 577 (2002)
K. Wu, M. Cropper, G. Ramsay, and K. Sekiguchi, " An electrically powered binary star?" MNRAS, 331, 221 (2002)