The Omicron software is a tool developed to perform a multi-resolution time–frequency analysis of data from gravitational-wave detectors: the LIGO, Virgo, and KAGRA detectors. Omicron generates spectrograms from whitened data streams, offering a visual representation of transient detector noises and gravitational-wave events. In addition, these events can be parameterized with an optimized resolution. They can be written to disk to conduct offline noise characterization and gravitational-wave event validation studies. Omicron is optimized to process, in parallel, thousands of data streams recorded by gravitational-wave detectors. The Omicron software plays an important role in vetting gravitational-wave detection candidates and characterization of transient noise.
- Gravitational waves
- Transient noise
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Robinet, F. (Creator), Arnaud, N. (Creator), Leroy, N. (Creator), Lundgren, A. (Creator), Macleod, D. (Creator) & McIver, J. (Creator), Elsevier BV, 1 Dec 2020