Proc. IAU volume 13, issue S337, P58-61 2017 DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317008742 View full text
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Benjamin Shaw, Benjamin W. Stappers, Paul R. Brook, Aris Karastergiou, Andrew G. Lyne, P. Weltevrede

Abstract: The recent revelation that there are correlated period derivative and pulse shape changes in pulsars has dramatically changed our understanding of timing noise as well as the relationship between the radio emission and the properties of the magnetosphere as a whole. Using Gaussian processes we are able to model timing and emission variability using a regression technique that imposes no functional form on the data. We revisit the pulsars first studied by Lyne et al. (2010). We not only confirm the emission an…

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