Propagation of Gravitational Radiation  

In General > s.a. dark matter; decoherence; lensing; numerical methods; relativistic cosmology.
* Idea: Gravitational waves are not absorbed or scattered almost at all, which is bad news for their detection but good for the possibility of using them to observe phenomena that would otherwise be hidden.
@ General references: Arnowitt et al PR(61) [wave zone]; Thorne gq/97-proc.
@ Speed: McDonald AJP(97)jul; Novello et al PLA(99) [speed v < c]; Baskaran et al PRD(08)-a0805 [from pulsar timing]; Finn & Romano PRD(13)-a1304 [Rømer-type time-delay determination]; Raveri et al PRD(15)-a1405 [effect on the cmb B-modes]; Nishizawa & Nakamura PRD(14)-a1406 [from compact binary mergers and supernovae]; Krasnikov CQG(15)-a1408 [ruling out alternatives]; Kiyota & Yamamoto PRD(15)-a1509 [constraint on dispersion relations]; Blas et al JETPL(16)-a1602 [constraints from GW150914]; Bettoni et al PRD(17)-a1608 [in scalar-tensor gravity].
@ In media: in Szekeres AP(71) [refraction, slowing]; Prasanna PLA(99) [dispersive medium]; Svítek PS(09)-a0812 [damping].
@ (Almost) spherical wavefronts: Sharif NCB(01)gq [momentum]; Hayward CQG(01)gq.
@ As gravitational lenses: Faraoni IJMPD(98)ap/97; Faraoni & Gunzig A&A(98)ap.
@ In the early universe: Moffat a1406 [superluminal velocities].
@ Cosmological effects: Laguna et al ApJL(10)-a0905 [Sachs-Wolfe type integrated effect]; Bonvin et al PRD(17)-a1609 [acceleration of the universe and peculiar acceleration of the source with respect to the observer].
@ Other effects: Fakir ap/96, IJMPD(97) [pulsar signals]; Kocsis & Loeb PRD(07)-a0704 [contraction from self-gravity]; Liu a0706 [no energy dissipation in vacuum from quantum field theory]; Minter et al PhyE(10)-a0903 [mirrors].
> Related topics: see dark-energy models; information; modified gravity [damping in non-linear gravity]; quantum-gravity phenomenology [and metric fluctuations]; Sagnac Effect; uncertainty principle phenomenology.

Specific Types of Spacetimes and Other Theories > s.a. bimetric gravity; topological defects.
@ In FLRW spacetimes: Bičák & Griffiths AP(96)gq; Dunsby et al CQG(97); Hogan & O'Shea PRD(02)gq, O'Shea PRD(04), PRD(04); Balek & Polák GRG(09)-a0707 [superluminal group velocity]; Grain et al PRD(10)-a0910 [early universe, lqc corrections]; Schmidt et al PRD(14)-a1312 [effect on density fluctuations].
@ With a cosmological constant: Smalley IJTP(78) [asymptotically de Sitter space]; Nowakowski & Arraut APPB(10)-a0809 [de Sitter spacetime]; Näf et al PRD(09)-a0810 [de Sitter and AdS spacetimes]; Bernabeu et al PRD(11)-a1106 [distorsion, impact on pulsar timing]; Espriu AIP(14)-a1401 [and gravitational-wave detection in pulsar timing arrays]; Ashtekar et al PRD(15)-a1506 [de Sitter space]; Viaggiu IJMPD-a1708.
@ Other backgrounds: Hogan & O'Shea PRD(02)gq [Bianchi I]; Easther et al JCAP(03)ht [Randall-Sundrum cosmology].

Effects of and on Matter > s.a. Gravitational Memory.
@ Particles: Kleidis CQG(96)gq/99 [particle resonant acceleration]; Papadopoulos GRG(04)gq/03 [spinning charged particle in magnetic field]; Voyatzis et al PLA(06) [acceleration]; Wickramasinghe et al ASSp(15)-a1502 [interaction with charged particles].
@ Other interaction with matter: Cetoli & Pethick PRD(12)-a1110 [formalism]; Quiñones & Varcoe a1706 [atomic decoherence].
@ Stars, astrophysical objects: Chicone et al JPA(00) [binary system]; Malec & Schäfer PRD(01)gq [black hole]; Macquart A&A(07)ap/06 [scattering by stars and inhomogeneities]; Congedo et al IJMPD(06), Longo et al ap/06-conf [diffraction by a cluster]; Siegel & Roth ApJ(11)-a1103 [stellar oscillations]; McKernan et al MNRAS(14)-a1405 [stars as resonant absorbers].
@ Response of other bodies: Carter in(83)gq/01 [elastic solid]; Hannibal & Warkall gq/00 [massive bodies]; Baskaran & Grishchuk CQG(04)gq/03.
@ Other effects: Ingraham GRG(97) [general propagation]; Asada & Futamase PRD(97)gq; Sharif ASS(97)gq/07 [imparted angular momentum]; Licht gq/04 [conductors]; Tammelo & Mullari GRG(06) [pressure]; Dolgov & Ejlli JCAP(12)-a1211 [conversion of relic gravitational waves into photons]; Dent et al PRD(13)-a1307 [damping by an anisotropic stress tensor]; Stinebring CQG(13)-a1310 [effects of the ISM]; Helfer PRD(14)-a1407 [energy-momentum exchanges]; Jones & Singleton IJMPD(15)-a1505-GRF [response of an Unruh-DeWitt detector and attenuation]; Baym et al a1707 [damping by matter].

With Electromagnetic and Other Fields / Waves > s.a. gravitational-wave analysis; polarization.
* In magnetized plasmas: The interaction can lead to damping of the gravitational wave and growth of plasma waves.
@ Magnetic fields: Maartens et al PRD(01)ap; Moortgat & Kuijpers gq/04-proc, gq/05-proc, Isliker et al PRD(06)ap [magnetized plasma]; Ignatyev & Shulikovsky G&C-a1012 [damping in a cosmological plasma]; Fenu & Durrer PRD(09)-a0809 [interactions]; Barrabès & Hogan PRD(10)-a1003 [and electric fields].
@ Collisions between waves: Alekseev & Griffiths CQG(04)gq; Alekseev PRD(16)-a1511 [in an expanding universe].
@ Related topics: Marklund et al PRD(00)gq [waves]; Balakin et al CQG(01)gq/00 [Cerenkov radiation]; Chiao & Fitelson gq/03-proc [and electromagnetic waves]; Tsagas PRD(11)-a1105 [interaction with electromagnetic radiation]; Caldwell et al PRD(16)-a1604 [gravitational-wave / gauge-field oscillations]; Caldwell et al a1706-GRF [through a cosmic gauge field].

Gravitational Wave Tails > s.a. wave tails; quantum gravity phenomenology [dispersion].
* Idea: Produced by scattering in the propagation in a curved background.
* Calculation: One can use the Direct Integration of the Relaxed Einstein Equations (DIRE).
@ References: Wiseman & Will PRD(91); Blanchet & Schäfer CQG(93); Blanchet & Sathyaprakash CQG(94), PRL(95); Blanchet CQG(98)gq/97 [tails of tails]; Khriplovich & Pomeransky PLA(99)gq/97; Epstein & Wagoner, Will PTPS(99)gq-proc [DIRE]; Harte PRD(13)-a1309 [tails of plane-wave spacetimes].


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