Sergio Frasca


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Sergio

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Frasca

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2018-12 Prospects for observing and localizing gravitational-wave transients with Advanced LIGO, Advanced Virgo and KAGRA in LIVING REVIEWS IN RELATIVITY
  • 2016-12 Prospects for Observing and Localizing Gravitational-Wave Transients with Advanced LIGO and Advanced Virgo in LIVING REVIEWS IN RELATIVITY
  • 2014-09 C7 multi-messenger astronomy of GW sources in GENERAL RELATIVITY AND GRAVITATION
  • 1998-10 Experimental study of the dynamic Newtonian field with a cryogenic gravitational wave antenna in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C
  • 1998 Experimental study of the dynamic Newtonian field with a cryogenic gravitational wave antenna in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C
  • 1996-05 The ultracryogenic gravitational wave detector NAUTILUS in CZECHOSLOVAK JOURNAL OF PHYSICS
  • 1992-07 An adaptive filter for gravitational-wave antennas in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1991-05 Search for monochromatic sources with the GEOGRAV gravitational-wave antenna in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1991-03 Evaluation and preliminary measurement of the interaction of a dynamical gravitational near field with a cryogenic gravitational wave antenna in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK C PARTICLES AND FIELDS
  • 1989 Gravnet, Multiple Antenna Coincidences and Antenna Patterns For Resonant Bar Antennas in GRAVITATIONAL WAVE DATA ANALYSIS
  • 1988-03 Antenna pattern for four gravitational wave antennas in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1987-01 Analysis of 18 months of data of the GEOGRAV experiment in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1985-05 An experimental apparatus for studying the background of gravitational-wave antennas and its correlation with geophysical phenomena in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1981-07 Background of gravitational-wave antennas of possible terrestrial origin-III in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1981-05 Background of gravitational-wave antennas of possible terrestrial origin—I in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1981-05 Background of gravitational-wave antennas of possible terrestrial origin.-II in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1980-05 Analogical device for a rough localization of gravitational-wave sources in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1978-11 Data analysis algorithms for gravitational-wave experiments in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1978-11 Initial operation of theM=390 kg cryogenic gravitational-wave antenna in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
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