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Comparison of post-Newtonian templates for compact binary inspiral signals in gravitational-wave detectors

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            Journal
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            Physical Review D
            Phys. Rev. D
            American Physical Society (APS)
            1550-7998
            1550-2368
            October 2009
            October 29 2009
            : 80
            : 8
            10.1103/PhysRevD.80.084043
            © 2009

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