Here are refereed papers and reviews which I have authored or coauthored, in chronological order. I give journal reference and arXiv number, where available.
1. Finding black holes
in numerical spacetimes
2. Central density of
a neutron star is unaffected by a binary companion at linear order in
mu/R
3. Measuring
gravitational waves from binary black hole coalescences. |

4. Measuring
gravitational waves from binary black hole coalescences.

II. The
waves' information and its extraction, with and without templates

Reference: Physical Review D **57**, 4566 (1998); gr-qc/9710129.

Full author list: Éanna E. Flanagan and Scott A. Hughes

5. Seismic
gravity-gradient noise in interferometric gravitational-wave
detectors

Reference: Physical Review D **58**, 122002 (1998); gr-qc/9806018.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes and Kip S. Thorne

6. Observational limit
on gravitational waves from binary neutron stars in the galaxy

Reference: Physical Review Letters **83**, 1498 (1999);
gr-qc/9903108.

Full author list: B. Allen, J. K. Blackburn, P. R. Brady, J. D. E.
Creighton, T. Creighton, S. Droz, A. D. Gillespie, S. A. Hughes,
S. Kawamura, T. T. Lyons, J. E. Mason, B. J. Owen, F. J. Raab,
M. W. Regehr, B. S. Sathyaprakash, R. L. Savage, S. Whitcomb,
A. G. Wiseman

7. Evolving Einstein's
field equations with matter: The "hydro without hydro" test

Reference: Physical Review D Brief Reports **60**, 087501 (1999);
gr-qc/9902024.

Full author list: Thomas W. Baumgarte, Scott A. Hughes, Stuart L.
Shapiro

8. The
evolution of circular, non-equatorial orbits of Kerr black holes due
to gravitational-wave emission

(see also this paper's erratum
1, erratum
2, erratum
3, erratum
4, erratum
5, and
erratum
6).

Reference: Physical Review D **61**, 084004 (2000);
gr-qc/9910091.

Errata: Physical Review D **63**, 049902(E)
(2001); Physical Review D **65**, 069902(E) (2002); Physical Review
D **67**, 089901(E) (2003); Physical Review D **78**, 109902(E)
(2008); Physical Review D **88**, 109902 (2013); Physical Review
D **90**, 109904 (2014).

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

9. Computing radiation
from Kerr black holes: Generalization of the Sasaki-Nakamura
equation

(see also this paper's erratum).

Reference: Physical Review D **62**, 044029 (2000); gr-qc/0002043.

Erratum: Physical Review D **67**, 089902(E) (2003).

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

10. Comment on
"Gravity waves, Chaos, and Spinning Compact Binaries"

Reference: Physical Review Letters **85**, 5480 (2000); gr-qc/0101024.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

11. Nearly horizon
skimming orbits of Kerr black holes

Reference: Physical Review D **63**, 064016 (2001); gr-qc/0101023.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

12. Evolution of
circular, non-equatorial orbits of Kerr black holes due to
gravitational-wave emission:

II. Inspiral trajectories and
gravitational waveforms

Reference: Physical Review D **64**, 064004 (2001); gr-qc/0104041.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

13. Gravitational wave
emission from core collapse of massive stars

Reference: Astrophysical Journal **565**, 430 (2002); astro-ph/0106113.

Full author list: Chris L. Fryer, Daniel E. Holz, and Scott A. Hughes

14. Untangling the
merger history of massive black holes with *LISA*

Reference: Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
**331**, 805 (2002); astro-ph/0108483.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

15. New
physics and astronomy with the new gravitational-wave
observatories

Reference: Proceedings of the APS / DPF / DPB Summer Study on the
Future of Particle Physics (Snowmass 2001), edited by R. Davidson and
C. Quigg, eConf C010630 (2001) P402; astro-ph/0110349.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes, Szabolcs Márka, Peter
L. Bender, Craig J. Hogan

16. Approximating the
inspiral of test bodies into Kerr black holes

Reference: Physical Review D **66**, 064005 (2002); gr-qc/0205033.

Full author list: Kostas Glampedakis, Scott A. Hughes, and Daniel
Kennefick

17. Black hole mass
and spin coevolution by mergers

Reference: Astrophysical Journal Letters **585**, L101 (2003);
astro-ph/0208484.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes and Roger D. Blandford

18. Tuning
gravitational-wave detector networks to measure compact binary
mergers

Reference: Physical Review D **66**, 102001 (2002); gr-qc/0209012.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

19. Listening to the
universe with gravitational-wave astronomy

Reference: Annals of Physics **303**, 142 (2003); astro-ph/0210481.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

20. Rotating black hole
orbit functionals in the frequency domain

Reference: Physical Review D **69**, 044015 (2004);
astro-ph/0308479.

Full author list: Steve Drasco and Scott A. Hughes

21. How
black holes get their kicks: Gravitational radiation recoil
revisited

Reference: Astrophysical Journal Letters **607**, L5 (2004);
astro-ph/0402056.

Full author list: Marc Favata, Scott A. Hughes, and Daniel E. Holz

22. Consequences of
gravitational radiation recoil

Reference: Astrophysical Journal Letters **607**, L9 (2004);
astro-ph/0402057.

Full author list: David Merritt, Milos Milosavljevic, Marc Favata,
Scott A. Hughes, and Daniel E. Holz

23. Towards a
formalism for mapping the spacetimes of massive compact objects: Bumpy
black holes and their orbits

Reference: Physical Review D **69**, 124022 (2004); gr-qc/0402063.

Full author list: Nathan A. Collins and Scott A. Hughes

24. Gravitational
waves from stellar collapse: Correlations to explosion asymmetries

Reference: Astrophysical Journal **609**, 288 (2004);
astro-ph/0403188.

Full author list: Chris L. Fryer, Daniel E. Holz, and Scott A. Hughes

25. Golden binary
gravitational-wave sources: Robust probes of strong-field gravity

Reference: Astrophysical Journal **623**, 689 (2005);
astro-ph/0410148.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes and Kristen Menou

26. The
basics of gravitational wave theory

Reference: New Journal of Physics **7**, 204 (2005), special issue
"Spacetime 100 Years Later"; gr-qc/0501041.

Full author list: Éanna E. Flanagan and Scott A. Hughes

27. Gravitational
radiation reaction and inspiral waveforms in the adiabatic limit

Reference: Physical Review Letters **94**, 221101 (2005);
gr-qc/0504015.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes, Steve Drasco, Éanna
E. Flanagan and Joel Franklin

28. Using
gravitational-wave standard sirens

Reference: Astrophysical Journal **629**, 15 (2005);
astro-ph/0504616.

Full author list: Daniel E. Holz and Scott A. Hughes

29. Computing
inspirals in Kerr in the adiabatic regime. I. The scalar case

Reference: Classical and Quantum Gravity **22**, S801 (2005);
gr-qc/0505075.

Full author list: Steve Drasco, Éanna E. Flanagan and Scott
A. Hughes

30. Gravitational wave
snapshots of generic extreme mass ratio inspirals

(see also this paper's erratum).

Reference: Physical Review D **73**, 024027 (2006); gr-qc/0509101.

Erratum 1: Physical Review D **88**, 109905 (2013).

Erratum 2: Physical Review D **90**, 109905 (2014).

Full author list: Steve Drasco and Scott A. Hughes

31. Trust but verify:
The case for astrophysical black holes

Reference: Writeup of lectures given at the 2005 SLAC Summer
Institute; hep-ph/0511217.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

32. Short
GRB and binary black hole standard sirens as a probe of dark
energy

Reference: Physical Review D **74**, 063006 (2006);
astro-ph/0601275.

Full author list: Neal Dalal, Daniel E. Holz, Scott A. Hughes, and
Bhuvnesh Jain

33. "Kludge"
gravitational waveforms for a test body orbiting a Kerr black hole

Reference: Physical Review D **75**, 024005 (2007); gr-qc/0607007.

Full author list: Stanislav Babak, Hua Fang, Jonathan R. Gair, Kostas
Glampedakis, and Scott A. Hughes

34. Measuring coalescing
massive binary black holes with gravitational waves: The impact of
spin-induced precession

(see also this paper's erratum 1 and erratum
2.)

Reference: Physical Review D **74**, 122001 (2006); gr-qc/0608062.

Erratum: Physical Review D **75**, 089902(E) (2007).

Erratum: Physical Review D **77**, 109901(E) (2008).

Full author list: Ryan N. Lang and Scott A. Hughes

35. Towards adiabatic
waveforms for inspiral into Kerr black holes: I. A new model of the
source for the time domain perturbation equation

Reference: Physical Review D **76**, 104005 (2007); gr-qc/0703028.

Full author list: Pranesh A. Sundararajan, Gaurav Khanna, and Scott
A. Hughes

36.
Circular and non-circular nearly horizon-skimming orbits in Kerr
spacetimes

Reference: Physical Review D **76**, 044007 (2007); arXiv:0704.0138.

Full author list: Enrico Barausse, Scott A. Hughes, and Luciano
Rezzolla

37. Localizing
coalescing massive black hole binaries with gravitational waves

Reference: Astrophysical Journal **677**, 1184 (2008);
arXiv:0710.3795.

Full author list: Ryan N. Lang and Scott A. Hughes

38. Towards
adiabatic waveforms for inspiral into Kerr black holes: II. Dynamical
sources and generic orbits

Reference: Physical Review D **78**, 024022 (2008);
arXiv:0803.0317.

Full author list: Pranesh A. Sundararajan, Gaurav Khanna, Scott
A. Hughes, and Steve Drasco

39. Gravitational-wave
confusion background from cosmological compact binaries: Implications
for future terrestrial detectors

Reference: Physical Review D **79**, 062002 (2009); arXiv:0901.2958.

Full author list: Tania Regimbau and Scott A. Hughes

40. Gravitational waves
from merging compact binaries

Reference: Annual Reviews of Astronomy and Astrophysics **47**, 107
(2009); arXiv:0903.4877.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

41. Exploring short
gamma-ray bursts as gravitational-wave standard sirens

Reference: Astrophysical Journal **725**, 496 (2010);
arXiv:0904.1017.

Full author list: Samaya Nissanke, Scott A. Hughes, Daniel E. Holz,
Neal Dalal, and Jonathan L. Sievers

42. Modeling
extreme mass-ratio inspirals within the effective-one-body approach

Reference: Physical Review Letters **104**, 091102 (2010);
arXiv:0909.4263.

Full author list: Nicolás Yunes, Alessandra Buonanno, Scott A.
Hughes, M. Coleman Miller, and Yi Pan

43.
Spacetime and orbits of bumpy black holes

Reference: Physical Review D **81**, 024030 (2010); arXiv:0911.1756.

Full author list: Sarah J. Vigeland and Scott A. Hughes

44.
Binary black hole merger gravitational waves and recoil in the large
mass ratio limit

Reference: Physical Review D **81**, 104009 (2010); arXiv:1003.0485.

Full author list: Pranesh A. Sundararajan, Gaurav Khanna, and Scott
A. Hughes

45. Binary
pulsar constraints on the parameterized post-Einsteinian framework

Reference: Physical Review D **82**, 082002 (2010); arXiv:1007.1995.

Full author list: Nicolás Yunes and Scott A. Hughes

46. On the
falloff of radiated energy in black hole spacetimes

Reference: Physical Review D **82**, 104029 (2010); arXiv:1007.4596.

Full author list: Lior M. Burko and Scott A. Hughes

47. Extreme-mass-ratio
inspirals in the effective-one-body approach: Quasi-circular,
equatorial orbits around a spinning black hole

Reference: Physical Review D **83**, 044044 (2011); arXiv:1009.6013.

Full author list: Nicolás Yunes, Alessandra Buonanno, Scott
A. Hughes, Yi Pan, Enrico Barausse, M. Coleman Miller, and William
Throwe

48. Measuring parameters
of massive black hole binaries with partially aligned spins

Reference: Physical Review D **84**, 022002 (2011); arXiv:1101.3591.

Full author list: Ryan N. Lang, Scott A. Hughes, and Neil J. Cornish

49. Systematics of black
hole binary inspiral kicks and the slowness approximation

Reference: Physical Review D **83**, 124002 (2011); arXiv:1104.0387.

Full author list: Richard H. Price, Gaurav Khanna, and Scott
A. Hughes

50. Modeling multipolar
gravitational-wave emission from small mass-ratio mergers

Reference: Physical Review D **85**, 024046 (2012); arXiv:1110.3081.

Full author list: Enrico Barausse, Alessandra Buonanno, Scott
A. Hughes, Gaurav Khanna, Stephen O'Sullivan, and Yi Pan

51. Resonantly
enhanced and diminished strong-field gravitational-wave fluxes

Reference: Physical Review D **89**, 084028 (2014);
arXiv:1208.3906.

Full author list: Éanna E. Flanagan, Scott A. Hughes, and
Uchupol Ruangsri

52. Modeling
the horizon-absorbed gravitational flux for equatorial-circular orbits
in Kerr spacetime

Reference: Physical Review D **88**, 044001 (2013); arXiv:1305.2183.

Full author list: Andrea Taracchini, Alessandra Buonanno, Scott
A. Hughes, and Guarav Khanna

53. Black
hole binary inspiral and trajectory dominance

Reference: Physical Review D **88**, 104004 (2013); arXiv:1306.1159.

Full author list: Richard Price, Gaurav Khanna, and Scott A. Hughes

54. Determining the Hubble
constant from gravitational wave observations of merging compact
binaries

Reference: Astrophysics Journal, submitted; arXiv:1307.2638.

Full author list: Samaya Nissanke, Daniel E. Holz, Neal Dalal, Scott
A. Hughes, Jonathan L. Sievers, and Christopher M. Hirata

55. A
census of transient orbital resonances encountered during binary
inspiral

Reference: Physical Review D **89**, 084036 (2014);
arXiv:1307.6483.

Full author list: Uchupol Ruangsri and Scott A. Hughes

56. Small
mass plunging into a Kerr black hole: Anatomy of the
inspiral-merger-ringdown waveforms

Reference: Physical Review D **90**, 084025 (2014);
arXiv:1404.1819.

Full author list: Andrea Taracchini, Alessandra Buonanno, Gaurav
Khanna, and Scott A. Hughes

57. Strong-field
tidal distortions of rotating black holes: Formalism and results for
circular, equatorial orbits

Reference: Physical Review D **90**, 124039 (2014);
arXiv:1407.6983.

Full author list: Stephen O'Sullivan and Scott A. Hughes

58. Strong-field tidal distortions of
rotating black holes: II. Horizon dynamics from eccentric and inclined
orbits

Reference: Physical Review D, submitted; arXiv:1505.03809.

Full author list: Stephen O'Sullivan and Scott A. Hughes

59. Gyroscopes orbiting black holes: A
frequency-domain approach to precession and spin-curvature coupling
for spinning bodies on generic Kerr orbits

Reference: Physical Review D, submitted; arXiv:1512.00376.

Full author list: Uchupol Ruangsri, Sarah J. Vigeland, and Scott
A. Hughes

60. Inspiral into Gargantua

Reference: Physical Review D, submitted; arXiv:1603.01221

Full author list: Samuel E. Gralla, Scott A. Hughes and Niels
Warburton

The first three of these white papers were submitted to Astro 2010, the Decadal Survey in Astronomy and Astrophysics; the fourth one was submitted to the European Space Agency as part of the selection process for their Cosmic Vision program.

1. Coordinated Science in
the Gravitational and Electromagnetic Skies

Reference: arxiv:0902.1527.

Full author list: Joshua S. Bloom, Daniel E. Holz, Scott A. Hughes,
and Kristen Menou (plus 37 co-signing authors)

2. Massive Black Holes
Across Cosmic Time

Reference: arxiv:0903.0097.

Full author list: P. Madau, T. Abel, P. Bender, T. Di Matteo, Z.
Haiman, S. Hughes, A. Loeb, E. Phinney, J. Primack, T. Prince, M.
Rees, D. Richstone, B. Schutz, K. Thorne, and M. Volonteri

3. Will Einstein Have the
Last Word on Gravity?

Reference: arxiv:0903.0100.

Full author list: Bernard F. Schutz, Joan Centrella, Curt Cutler, and
Scott A. Hughes

4. The Gravitational
Universe

Reference: arxiv:1305.5720

Full author list: P. Amaro Seoane plus over 100 additional authors,
inclduing S. A. Hughes

The following papers are conference proceedings or other non-refereed publications. (I try to avoid writing such papers when possible! --- I'd rather spend my time writing a "real" paper for a refereed journal. In some cases, it can't be avoided.)

1. Implementing fully
relativistic hydrodynamics in three dimensions

Reference: General Relativity and Relativistic Astrophysics - Eighth
Canadian Conference, edited by C. P. Burgess and R. C. Myers (AIP
Conference Proceedings 493, Melville, New York, 1999); gr-qc/9907098.

Full author list: Thomas W. Baumgarte, Scott A. Hughes, Luciano
Rezzolla, Stuart L. Shapiro, Masaru Shibata

2. Gravitational
waves from inspiral into massive black holes

Reference: Gravitational Waves --- Proceedings of the Third Edoardo
Amaldi Conference on Gravitational Waves, edited by Sydney Meshkov
(AIP Conference Proceedings 523, Melville, New York, 2000);
gr-qc/9912031.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

3. Gravitational
waves from extreme mass ratio inspirals: Challenges in mapping the
spacetime of massive, compact objects

Reference: Proceedings of the 3rd International LISA Symposium, edited
by Bernard Schutz: Classical and Quantum Gravity **18**, 4067
(2001); gr-qc/0008058.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

4. Gravitational
Waves from Core Collapse

Reference: Gravitational-Wave Detection, SPIE Proceedings Volume 4856,
edited by P. Saulson and M. Cruise; from the meeting "Astronomical
Telescopes and Instrumentation 2002".

Full author list: Chris L. Fryer, Michael S. Warren, Daniel E. Holz,
Scott A. Hughes, and Rejean Dupuis

5. Stellar collapse
and gravitational waves

Reference: "Stellar Collapse", edited by C. L. Fryer (Astrophysics and
Space Science Library, Kluwer Academic, Amsterdam, 2004), p. 373;
astro-ph/0211609.

Full author list: Chris L. Fryer, Daniel E. Holz, Scott A. Hughes
and Michael S. Warren

6. Cosmology with
coalescing massive black holes

Reference: Proceedings of the 4th International LISA Symposium, edited
by L. Samuel Finn: Classical and Quantum Gravity **20**, S65
(2003); astro-ph/0212218.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes and Daniel E. Holz

7. Gravitational-wave
physics

Reference: Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Topics in
Astroparticle and Underground Physics, edited by Frank Avignone and
Wick Haxton: Nuclear Physics B **138**, 429 (2005).

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

8. How
black holes get their kicks: Radiation recoil in binary black hole
mergers

Reference: Accretion in a Cosmological Context, edited by A. Merloni,
S. Nayakshin, and R. Sunyaev (Springer-Verlag series of "ESO
Astrophysics Symposia", Berlin, 2005); astro-ph/0408492.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes, Marc Favata, and Daniel E. Holz

9. (Sort
of) Testing relativity with extreme mass ratio inspirals

Reference: Laser Interferometer Space Antenna --- Proceedings of the
Sixth International LISA Symposium, edited by S. M. Merkowitz and
J. C. Livas (AIP Conference Proceedings 873, Melville, New York,
2006); gr-qc/0608140.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

10. A
brief survey of LISA sources and science

Reference: Laser Interferometer Space Antenna --- Proceedings of the
Sixth International LISA Symposium, edited by S. M. Merkowitz and
J. C. Livas (AIP Conference Proceedings 873, Melville, New York,
2006); gr-qc/0609028.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

11. The
science benefits and preliminary design of the Southern Hemisphere
gravitational wave detector AIGO

Reference: Journal of Physics: Conference Series **122**, 012001
(2008).

Full author list: D. G. Blair, P. Barriga, A. F. Brooks, P. Charlton,
D. Coward, J.-C. Dumas, Y. Fan, D. Galloway, S. Gras, D. J. Hosken,
E. Howell, S. Hughes, L. Ju, D. E. McClelland, A. Melatos, H. Miao,
J. Munch, S. M. Scott, B. J. J. Slagmolen, P. J. Veitch, L. Wen,
J. K. Webb, A. Wolley, Z. Yan, C. Zhao

12. Advanced
localization of massive black hole coalescences with LISA

Reference: Proceedings of the Seventh International LISA Symposium,
Classical and Quantum Gravity **26**, 094035 (2009);
arXiv:0810.5125.

Full author list: Ryan N. Lang and Scott A. Hughes

13. Massive black hole
binary inspirals: Results from the LISA Parameter Estimation
Taskforce

Reference: Proceedings of the Seventh International LISA Symposium,
Classical and Quantum Gravity **26**, 094027 (2009);
arXiv:0811.1011.

Full author list: K. G. Arun, Stas Babak, Emanuele Berti, Neil
Cornish, Curt Cutler, Jonathan Gair, Scott A. Hughes, Bala R. Iyer,
Ryan N. Lang, Ilya Mandel, Edward K. Porter, B. S. Sathyaprakash,
Siddhartha Sinha, Alicia M. Sintes, Miquel Trias, Chris Van Den
Broeck, and Marta Volonteri

14. Confusion
background from compact binaries

Reference: Journal of Physics: Conference Series **228**, 012009
(2010); arXiv:0911.1043.

Full author list: Tania Regimbau and Scott A. Hughes

15. AIGO:
a southern hemisphere detector for the worldwide array of ground-based
interferometric gravitational wave detectors

Reference: Proceedings of the Eighth Edoardo Amaldi Conference on
Gravitational Waves, Classical and Quantum Gravity **27**, 084005
(2010).

Full author list: P. Barriga, D. G. Blair, D. Coward, J. Davidson,
J.-C. Dumas, E. Howell, L. Ju, L. Wen, C. Zhao, D. E. McClelland,
S. M. Scott, B. J. J. Slagmolen, R. Inta, J. Munch, D. J. Ottaway,
P. Veitch, D. Hosken, A. Melatos, C. Chung, L. Sammut, D. K. Galloway,
J. Marx, S. Whitcomb, D. Shoemaker, S. A. Hughes, D. H. Reitze,
B. R. Iyer, S. V. Dhurandhar, T. Souradeep, C. S. Unnikrishnan, G.
Rajalakshmi, C. N. Man, A. Heidmann, P.-F. Cohadon, T. Briant,
H. Grote, K. Danzmann, H. Lück, B. Willke, K. A. Strain,
B. S. Sathyaprakash, J. Cao, Y.-K. E. Cheung, and Y. Zhang

16. Probing strong-field
gravity and black holes with gravitational waves

Reference: Proceedings of the 19th Workshop on General Relativity and
Gravitation in Japan; arXiv:1002.2591.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

17. Gravitational-wave astronomy and cosmology

Reference: Proceedings of the 13th International Workshop on Topics in
Astroparticle and Underground Physics: Physics of the Dark Universe
**4**, 86 (2014); arXiv:1405.0504.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

18. Research update on
extreme-mass-ratio inspirals

Reference: Proceedings of the 10th International LISA Symposium:
Journal of Physics: Conference Series **610**, 012002 (2015);
arXiv:1410.0958.

Full author list: Pau Amaro-Seoane, Jonathan R. Gair, Adam Pound,
Scott A. Hughes, and Carlos F. Sopuerta

19. Adiabatic and
post-adiabatic approaches to extreme mass ratio inspiral

Reference: Proceedings of the 14th Marcel Grossmann Meeting,
submitted; arXiv:1601.02042.

Full author list: Scott A. Hughes

There's also my Ph.D. thesis:

Gravitational-wave astronomy: Aspects of the theory of binary sources and interferometric detectors.