Authors: Walter Orlov
Hidden uncertainty in gravitational wave detection. There are two basic problems that call into question the validity of direct gravitational wave detection: 1. The strain data of the gravitational wave detectors contain the chirp-like signals in abundance. 2. The data processing procedure reduces relativistic templates to a fraction. But this remnant can have countless curves as a template. In this way, the assignment of the signal to the theoretical model disappears.
Comments: 10 Pages. In German
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