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COMPLETE MULTIWAVELENGTH EVOLUTION OF GALACTIC BLACK HOLE TRANSIENTS DURING OUTBURST DECAY. II. COMPACT JETS AND X-RAY VARIABILITY PROPERTIES
We investigated the relation between compact jet emission and X-ray variability properties of all black hole transients with multiwavelength coverage during their outburst decays. We studied the evolution of all power spectral components (including low frequency quasi-periodic oscillations), and related this evolution to changes in jet properties tracked by radio and infrared observations. We grouped sources according to their tracks in radio/X-ray luminosity relation, and show that thedoi:10.1088/0004-637x/795/1/74 fatcat:fxhbg33ewbgcdb6nkgzuzsoxpu