2019
DOI: 10.48550/arxiv.1903.06526
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“…The resulting ฮฆ( ๐‘“ ) is shown in Figure 1. Even though the number of NSs used to construct ฮฆ( ๐‘“ ) is just a tiny fraction of the pulsars within our Galaxy and clusters of galaxies, the frequency distribution is expected to not be significantly biased by selection effects (Lorimer 2008;Lorimer et al 2019) for millisecond pulsars. Moreover, this distribution is consistent with those obtained from population synthesis models (Story et al 2007;Talukder et al 2014).…”
Section: Modelling the Sourcementioning
confidence: 99%
“…The resulting ฮฆ( ๐‘“ ) is shown in Figure 1. Even though the number of NSs used to construct ฮฆ( ๐‘“ ) is just a tiny fraction of the pulsars within our Galaxy and clusters of galaxies, the frequency distribution is expected to not be significantly biased by selection effects (Lorimer 2008;Lorimer et al 2019) for millisecond pulsars. Moreover, this distribution is consistent with those obtained from population synthesis models (Story et al 2007;Talukder et al 2014).…”
Section: Modelling the Sourcementioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the computation The GW sensitivity curves for LIGO, LISA and PTA are borrowed from [23]. The minimal radio flux density for Arecibo, MeerKAT and FAST are taken to be 0.2, 0.017 and 0.0038 [19,21,24,25]. Other parameters are chosen as MB = 1.4M , q = 1 and an average pulsar pseudoluminosity at 1.4 GHz, L1400 = 1 mJy kpc 2 .…”
Section: B Timing Accuracymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…INTRODUCTION Since the discovery of the first pulsar (Hewish et al 1968), the number of known neutron stars has grown to more than three thousands, including a rich ensemble of binary and millisecond pulsars (Manchester et al 2005) 1 . The study of pulsars combines a wide range of physical processes, which shed light on the fundamental laws of nature and the structure of our Galaxy (e.g., Lorimer & Kramer 2004;Lorimer et al 2019). Timing of pulsars in binary systems has not only allowed exquisite tests of strong gravity, but has also given insights into the equation of state that describes them and the nature of the binary systems they inhabit (e.g., Hulse…”
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confidence: 99%