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Properties and Interpretations of Giant Micropulses and Giant Pulses from Pulsars
Giant pulses and giant micropulses from pulsars are distinguished from normal pulsed emission by their large fluxes, rarity, approximately power-law distribution of fluxes and, typically, occurrence in restricted phase windows. Here existing observations of flux distributions are manipulated into a common format and interpreted in terms of theories for wave growth in inhomogeneous media, with the aim of constraining the emission mechanism and source physics for giant pulses and micropulses.doi:10.1086/421756 fatcat:6mmdgogrtzahfdl3hbczmpuz3u