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Literature Catalog: Low Frequency Gravitational Radiation SourcesAlso sorted by author
Last updated July 11, 2003.
2002K. Wu, M. Cropper, G. Ramsay, and K. Sekiguchi, " An electrically powered binary star?" MNRAS, 331, 221 (2002)
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)
M. C. Miller, and D. P. Hamilton, " Production of Intermediate-mass Black Holes in Globular Clusters," MNRAS, 330, 232 (2002)
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)
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).
T. R. Marsh, and D. Steeghs, " V407 Vul: a direct impact accretor," MNRAS, 331, L7 (2002)
G. Israel, et al., " RX J0806.3+1527: A double degenerate binary with the shortest known orbital period (321s)," Astron. & Astroph., 386, L13 (2002)
2001G. 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)
R. Schneider, V. Ferrari, S. Matarrese, and S. F. Portegies Zwart, " Low-frequency gravitational waves from cosmological compact binaries," MNRAS, 324, 797 (2001)
2000D. Hils, and P. L. Bender, " Gravitational Radiation from Helium Cataclysmics," ApJ, 537, 334 (2000)
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)
1999M. Benacquista, " Gravitational Radiation from Globular Clusters," ApJ, 520, 233 (1999)
1998M. 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)
1987C. R. Evans, I. Iben, and L. Smarr, "Degenerate dwarf binaries as promising, detectable sources of gravitational radiation," ApJ, 323, 129 (1987)