Modern radio pulsar surveys produce a large volume of prospective candidates, the majority of which are polluted by human-created radio frequency interference or other forms of noise. Typically, large numbers of candidates need to be visually inspected in order to determine if they are real pulsars. This process can be labour intensive. In this paper, we introduce an algorithm called Pulsar Evaluation Algorithm for Candidate Extraction (
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Lee, K. J.; Stovall, K.; Jenet, F. A.; and McLaughlin, M., "Peace: Pulsar Evaluation Algorithm For Candidate Extraction – A Software Package For Post-Analysis Processing Of Pulsar Survey Candidates" (2013). Faculty & Staff Scholarship. 975.
Lee, K. J., Stovall, K., Jenet, F. A., McLaughlin, M. (2013). Peace: Pulsar Evaluation Algorithm For Candidate Extraction – A Software Package For Post-Analysis Processing Of Pulsar Survey Candidates. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 433(1), 688-694. http://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/stt758