Rank |
*R*(*p*) |
Citations |
Date |
Title |
Authors |

1 |
4.71 |
155 |
1998/04/15 |
Measuring gravitational waves from binary black hole coalescences. I. Signal to noise for inspiral, merger, and ringdown |
É. É. Flanagan, S. A. Hughes |

2 |
2.42 |
61 |
2006/01/31 |
Gravitational wave snapshots of generic extreme mass ratio inspirals |
S. Drasco, S. A. Hughes |

3 |
2.20 |
3 |
2016/08/05 |
Gyroscopes orbiting black holes: A frequency-domain approach to precession and spin-curvature coupling for spinning bodies on generic Kerr orbits |
U. Ruangsri, S. J. Vigeland, S. A. Hughes |

4 |
1.52 |
57 |
1998/04/15 |
Measuring gravitational waves from binary black hole coalescences. II. The waves’ information and its extraction, with and without templates |
É. É. Flanagan, S. A. Hughes |

5 |
1.44 |
88 |
2000/03/15 |
Evolution of circular, nonequatorial orbits of Kerr black holes due to gravitational-wave emission |
S. A. Hughes |

6 |
1.22 |
57 |
2001/08/24 |
Evolution of circular, nonequatorial orbits of Kerr black holes due to gravitational-wave emission. II. Inspiral trajectories and gravitational waveforms |
S. A. Hughes |

7 |
1.11 |
37 |
2007/01/04 |
“Kludge” gravitational waveforms for a test-body orbiting a Kerr black hole |
S. Babak, H. Fang, J. R. Gair, K. Glampedakis, S. A. Hughes |

8 |
1.02 |
32 |
2007/11/02 |
Towards adiabatic waveforms for inspiral into Kerr black holes: A new model of the source for the time domain perturbation equation |
P. A. Sundararajan, G. Khanna, S. A. Hughes |

9 |
0.95 |
53 |
2004/06/25 |
Towards a formalism for mapping the spacetimes of massive compact objects: Bumpy black holes and their orbits |
N. A. Collins, S. A. Hughes |

10 |
0.95 |
22 |
2006/09/18 |
Short GRB and binary black hole standard sirens as a probe of dark energy |
N. Dalal, D. E. Holz, S. A. Hughes, B. Jain |

11 |
0.89 |
42 |
2004/02/23 |
Rotating black hole orbit functionals in the frequency domain |
S. Drasco, S. A. Hughes |

12 |
0.87 |
33 |
2011/02/24 |
Extreme mass-ratio inspirals in the effective-one-body approach: Quasicircular, equatorial orbits around a spinning black hole |
N. Yunes, A. Buonanno, S. A. Hughes, Y. Pan, E. Barausse, M. C. Miller, W. Throwe |

13 |
0.86 |
44 |
2010/03/05 |
Modeling Extreme Mass Ratio Inspirals within the Effective-One-Body Approach |
N. Yunes, A. Buonanno, S. A. Hughes, M. C. Miller, Y. Pan |

14 |
0.85 |
35 |
2002/09/12 |
Approximating the inspiral of test bodies into Kerr black holes |
K. Glampedakis, S. A. Hughes, D. Kennefick |

15 |
0.83 |
30 |
2010/01/21 |
Spacetime and orbits of bumpy black holes |
S. J. Vigeland, S. A. Hughes |

16 |
0.80 |
51 |
2006/12/01 |
Measuring coalescing massive binary black holes with gravitational waves: The impact of spin-induced precession |
R. N. Lang, S. A. Hughes |

17 |
0.65 |
23 |
1994/04/15 |
Finding black holes in numerical spacetimes |
S. A. Hughes, C. R. Keeton, P. Walker, K. T. Walsh, S. L. Shapiro, S. A. Teukolsky |

18 |
0.65 |
21 |
1999/08/23 |
Observational Limit on Gravitational Waves from Binary Neutron Stars in the Galaxy |
B. Allen, J. K. Blackburn, P. R. Brady, J. D. Creighton, T. Creighton, S. Droz, A. D. Gillespie, S. A. Hughes, S. Kawamura, ..., A. G. Wiseman |

19 |
0.58 |
32 |
2005/06/07 |
Gravitational Radiation Reaction and Inspiral Waveforms in the Adiabatic Limit |
S. A. Hughes, S. Drasco, É. É. Flanagan, J. Franklin |

20 |
0.48 |
13 |
1998/11/18 |
Seismic gravity-gradient noise in interferometric gravitational-wave detectors |
S. A. Hughes, K. S. Thorne |