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- Kazuhiro Hayama(NAOJ-TAMA, AEI at Hannover)
- Atsushi Nishizawa(NAOJ-TAMA)

- Status report on test for scalar-tensor theory from observations of GW bursts: at Burst Telecon on Sep. 29

- To search for scalar gravitational wave signals in scalar-tensor theory using data from a network of detectors. Set upper limits in the absence of the detection.
- To constrain gravity theory in strong gravity field.
- To understand how to optimally use network analysis methods with real data for the gravitational wave tests.

- S5 and S6.

- Coherent network analysis.
- Input data: h(t)
- Output
- reconstructed time series for h+(t), hx(t), ho(t)
- Background analysis on reconstructed ho(t)
- auxiliary outputs, such as estimates of line amplitudes and phases, that can be helpful for diagnostics

- Scalar pipeline

- Testing scalar-tensor theory from observations of gravitational wave bursts with a network of interferometric detectors.: at GWDAW14
- Test for scalar-tensor theory from observations of GW bursts with a network of current and advanced detectors: at MG12
- Test for scalar-tensor theory from observations of gravitational wave bursts with a network of interferometric detectors: at Amaldi8
- Test of scalar-tensor theory from gravitational wave observations with a network of interferometric detectors: at GWDAW13
- RIDGE-Scalar: data analysis pipeline for search for scalar gravitational waves: at [[][Golm-Hannover Joint Video Seminar, Dec. 2 (2008)]]

- Rank deficiency and Tikhonov regularization in the inverse problem for gravitational-wave bursts
- Median based line tracker (MBLT): model independent and transient preserving line removal from interferometric data
- Median-based noise floor tracker (MNFT): robust estimation of noise floor drifts in interferometric data
- Monitoring non-stationary burst-like signals in an interferometric gravitational wave detector
- Scalar-type gravitational wave emission from gravitational collapse in Brans-Dicke theory: Detectability by a laser interferometer
- Gravitational waves in Brans-Dicke theory: Analysis by test particles around a Kerr black hole
- Detecting free-mass common-mode motion induced by incident gravitational waves
- Detection strategies for scalar gravitational waves with interferometers and resonant spheres
- Response of interferometric detectors to scalar gravitational waves
- A test of general relativity using radio links with the Cassini spacecraft
- Saturn-Bound Spacecraft Tests Einstein's Theory
- Observational signatures of Jordan-Brans-Dicke theories of gravity
- Proposal for a geophysical search for dilatonic waves

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