Monitoring Radio Pulses In Real Time With Genetic Algorithms
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Klim is a Ph.D. graduate in Astronomy and Astrophysics from the Anton Pannekoek Institute for Astronomy, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. With his MSc background in Computational Science, Klim enjoys multidisciplinary studies where fundamental analytical approaches are coupled with powerful computational methods.

                       

Monitoring Radio Pulses In Real Time With Genetic Algorithms

The 21st century has brought a new landmark to the observational radio astronomy. Astronomers are now able to detect radio signals from a plethora of cosmic sources at various cosmological scales. Multiple detections show that periodic radio pulsations come mostly from numerous rapidly-rotating neutron stars known as radio pulsars located in the Milky Way, while much brighter single pulses are attributed to a few little-studied and far more distant fast radio bursts. To grasp the origin and properties of these...

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