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M.J. Stark, C.M. Heffner (Lafayette College), A. Baykal (Middle East Technical University), J.H. Swank (NASA/Lab for High Energy Astrophysics)
Having precise phase-connected pulse timing data covering several years from SAX J2103.5+4545 and having constructed a precise orbital model, we turn to the careful analysis of the evolution of the pulsar. We present a study of the dependence of the derivative of the pulsar signal on the accretion rate for this source. This study is detailed enough to constrain several parameters of this system.
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