Multi-messenger Astronomy: a Bayesian approach
G. Torralba Elipe*, R. Vazquez and E. Zas
August 16, 2017
August 03, 2018
After the discovery of the gravitational waves and the observation of neutrinos of cosmic origin, we have entered a new and exciting era where cosmic rays, neutrinos, photons and gravitational waves will be used simultaneously to study the highest energy phenomena in the Universe. Here we present a fully Bayesian approach to the challenge of combining and comparing the wealth of measurements from existing and upcoming experimental facilities. We discuss the procedure from a theoretical point of view and using simulations, we also demonstrate the feasibility of the method by incorporating the use of information provided by different theoretical models and different experimental measurements.
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