LIGO Document P0900049-v2
- The use of vetoes generated from auxiliary channels suppresses most of the
high amplitude noise triggers that impair gravitational wave (GW) burst and binary
inspiral searches. During Virgo's rst scientic run (VSR1), many of the remaining
loud burst and inspiral Virgo triggers were observed with nearly equal signicance in
both the in-phase (ACp) and quadrature (ACq) interferometer output channels, while
we expect the ACq channel to be insensitive to a GW signal. We describe a veto based
on the ratio of the amplitude of the ACp and ACq signals. From studying hardware
signal injections, we demonstrate that the ratio of the amplitude of coincident ACp
and ACq triggers can be safely used to dene a veto; we show its efficiency for the
burst and binary inspiral analyses of the VRS1 data.
- This version includes comments received from LSC (Gaby Gonzales) and Virgo (Matteo Barsuglia) internal reviewers.
The title has been slighly modified
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