Gravitational-Wave Physics and Astronomy: An Introduction to Theory, Experiment and Data Analysis

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Warren G. First published: 19 September About this book This most up-to-date, one-stop reference combines coverage of both theory and observational techniques, with introductory sections to bring all readers up to the same level. Written by outstanding researchers directly involved with the scientific program of the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory LIGO , the book begins with a brief review of general relativity before going on to describe the physics of gravitational waves and the astrophysical sources of gravitational radiation.

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Further sections cover gravitational wave detectors, data analysis, and the outlook of gravitational wave astronomy and astrophysics. Author Bios Jolien D. He received his doctoral degree at the University of Waterloo where he studied the thermodynamical properties of black holes.


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A great place to learn about all the various "paradoxes" of special relativity. Probably the best advanced text to learn from. A classic. Comprehensive but a bit dated. Not the best place to start learning GR. Weinberg's Gravitation and Cosmology. A well-written book from the perspective of a particle physicist and Nobel winner.

Has a good introductory discussion of post-Newtonian theory. Norbert Straumann's General Relativity has an interesting selection of topics with many applications to relativistic astrophysics. Thanks to Emanuele Berti for the recommendation. Poisson's A relativist's toolkit , covers special advanced topics.

See also the author's website for an early version of this book and other notes, including a course on post-Newtonian theory. Wald's General Relativity. Mathematically rigorous, but not suitable for beginners.

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A classic with an emphasis on global methods. Not for beginners. Padmanabhan's Gravitation: Foundation and Frontiers.


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    General Relativity and Gravitational Waves , nice lecture notes by J. Van Den Broeck. Textbooks on GWs Gravitational-wave physics and astronomy , a great overview of the field by Creighton and Anderson.

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    Gravitational waves , another excellent book by Maggiore see also his book on field theory. Gravitational radiation: a new window on the universe , Kip Thorne's unpublished book from a bit dated now. See also Thorne's Lorentz lectures , as well as other lectures on his website.

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    Analysis of gravitational-wave data , by Jaranowski and Krolak. Some older books with a focus on experiments: "The Detection of Gravitational Waves", by David Blair ; Saulson's "Fundamentals of interferometric gravitational wave detectors" ; Weber's "General relativity and gravitational waves".

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    Not a text, but Alan Weinstein's Physics 4 freshman seminar class at Caltech has some good slides, readings, and assignments. Rezzolla and Zanoitti's Relativistic Hydrodynamics. Wilson and Mathews' Relativistic Numerical Hydrodynamics. Other books related to relativity Friedman and Stergioulas, Rotating relativistic stars.

    Meinel et al, Relativistic figures of equilibrium. Gourgoulhon, An introduction to the theory of rotating relativistic stars. A good resource for the beginning student. The basics of gravitational wave theory , by Flanagan and Hughes.