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Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy II
I discuss some practical aspects of the analysis of millisecond time variability X-ray data obtained from accreting neutron stars and black holes. First I give an account of the statistical methods that are at present commonly applied in this field. These are mostly based on Fourier techniques. To a large extent these methods work well: they give astronomers the answers they need. Then I discuss a number of statistical questions that astronomers don't really know how to solve properly and thatdoi:10.1007/978-1-4612-1968-2_18 fatcat:oy62imewf5bbtljtdgknvcc6im