Collaborative Data Analysis

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As part of a world wide network of gravitational wave detectors, the data produced by our detectors is made available to the other experimental groups for joint searches.



In 1997, gravitational wave detector groups, who at that moment were operating GW detectors, agreed to set up a data exchange protocol called IGEC (International Gravitational Event Collaboration), to coordinate and correlate the data from the detectors for joint searches for burst signals.
The data exchange protocol has been fixed by the IGEC agreement.

For more information see the IGEC Web Site

Web sites of other IGEC detectors
ALLEGRO http://sam.phys.lsu.edu/
AURIGA http://www.auriga.lnl.infn.it/

IGEC events data base
Access to the data base of the events of the detectors.
Up to now, it contains only data of Explorer and Nautilus

> Events
> Coincidences
> Detector's status

Data exchange. IGEC documentation

The agreement: html file

First search for gravitational wave bursts with a network of detectors
Phys. Rev. Lett. 85, 5046-5050 (2000) [PDF 121K].

Initial operation of the International gravitational event collaboration 
International Journal of Mod. Phys. D9, 237-245 (2000) [PDF 242K].

Search for gravitational wave bursts by the network of resonant detectors
Class. Quantum Grav. 19, 1367–1375 (2002) [PDF 171K].

Methods and results of the IGEC search for burst gravitational waves in the years 1997–2000
Phys. Rev. D 68, 022001 (2003) [PDF 1031K].

CDA - Collaborative data analysis

For full information visit the CDA Web Site

Gamma Ray Burst

Search for correlation between GRB’s detected by BeppoSAX and gravitational wave detectors EXPLORER and NAUTILUS
P. Astone et al. (ROG Collaboration)
Phys. Rev. D 66, 102002 (2002) [PDF 100K]

On the crosscorrelation between Gravitational Wave Detectors for detecting association with Gamma Ray Bursts
G. Modestino and A. Moleti
Phys. Rev. D 65, 022005 (2002) [PDF 256K]

Algorithms for search of correlation between GRBs and gravitational wave bursts
G. Modestino and G. Pizzella
Astron. Astroph. (2000) [PDF 191K]


Coincidences among the data recorded by the baksan, kamioka and mont blanc underground neutrino detectors, and by the Maryland and Rome gravitational wave detectors during supernova SN1987A
M. Aglietta, A. Castellina, W. Fulgione, G. Trinchero, S. Vernetto, C. Castagnoli, P. Galeotti, O. Saavedra, E. Amaldi, S. Frasca, G.V. Pallottino, G. Pizzella, P. Rapagnani, F. Ricci, P. Astone, C. Cosmelli, M. Bassan, E. Coccia, I. Modena, P. Bonifazi, M.G. Castellano, M. Visco, G. Badino, G. Bologna, V.L. Dadykin, F.F. Khalchukov, I.V. Korolkova, P.V. Korchagin, V.A. Kudryavtsev, A.S. Malguin, V.G. Ryassnii, O.G. Ryazhskaya, V.F. Yakushev, G.T. Zatsepin, D. Gretz, J. Weber, G. Wilmot
Nuovo Cim. C14, 171-193 (1991)

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