Overview
Radiation Boundary Conditions (RBC) for and Asymptotic Waveform Evaluation (AWE)
from Gravitational Perturbations
Contributers.
 Principal: Scott Field and Stephen R. Lau
 Student: Alex G. Benedict
Support.
 NSF grant No. PHY 0855678
For details about radiation boundary kernels see the following reference (and
references therein).
For details about asymptotic waveform evaluation (and teleportation) kernels see the following reference.
Additional information.
RBC and AWE kernels (tables) and MATLAB codes to test them
If you use these kernels in your work please cite the relevant
references found in the "Overview" section of this webpage.
Description 
File 
\( \ell=2 \) ReggeWheeler RBC kernel for \(r_b=30M \) and AWE kernels
from \(r_1=30M \) to \(r_2=2M(1\times 10^{15})\).
Experiment documented in Section IIC of Fast evaluation
of asymptotic waveforms
from gravitational perturbations. The 19 pole extraction
table has same pole locations as
the 19 pole RBC table, but the 26 pole extraction
table is more accurate. 
BFL_SectionIIC_DecayTails.tar.gz 
MATLAB codes which perform simulation in Section IIC of Fast evaluation
of asymptotic waveforms from gravitational perturbations,
among others (see README).

LateTimeTailsMATLAB.tar.gz

RBC kernels for spin2 ReggeWheeler potential (tolerance
\(\varepsilon = 10^{15}\) with
\(2\leq \ell \leq 64\) and
\(r_b = 30M, 60M, 120M, 240M, 480M\)). Note, Heun is used here
since the ReggeWheeler equation is an incarnation
of the singly confluent Heun equation. [format]

TablesHeunRBC.tar.gz 
RBC kernels for Zerilli potential (tolerance
\(\varepsilon = 10^{15}\) with
\(2\leq \ell \leq 64\) and
\(r_b = 30M, 60M, 120M, 240M, 480M\)). [format] 
TablesZerilliRBC.tar.gz 
Coming eventually: AWE kernels for ReggeWheeler potential
(see also first entry for \(\ell = 2\) AWE kernels) 
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Coming eventually: AWE kernels for Zerilli potential 
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