Numerical Relativity

Multipolar effective-one-body waveforms for precessing binary black holes: Construction and validation

The most powerful astrophysical events: Gravitational-wave peak luminosity of binary black holes as predicted by numerical relativity

Frequency-domain gravitational waves from nonprecessing black-hole binaries. I. New numerical waveforms and anatomy of the signal

Frequency-domain gravitational waves from nonprecessing black-hole binaries. II. A phenomenological model for the advanced detector era

Numerical relativity simulations of binary black hole mergers

Numerical solutions of Einstein's equations are the only way to describe the merger accurately.

Comparison of subdominant gravitational wave harmonics between post-Newtonian and numerical relativity calculations and construction of multi-mode hybrids

Gravitational-wave observations of binary black holes: Effect of nonquadrupole modes

Addendum to textquoteleftThe NINJA-2 catalog of hybrid post-Newtonian/numerical-relativity waveforms for non-precessing black-hole binariestextquoteright

Error-analysis and comparison to analytical models of numerical waveforms produced by the NRAR Collaboration

News from critical collapse: Bondi mass, tails, and quasinormal modes