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- T. Abbott, F. B. Abdalla, +15 authors J. Garcia-Bellido
- 2016

We present the first constraints on cosmology from the Dark Energy Survey (DES), using weak lensing measurements from the preliminary Science Verification (SV) data. We use 139 square degrees of SV data, which is less than 3% of the full DES survey area. Using cosmic shear 2-point measurements over three redshift bins we find σ 8 ðΩ m =0.3Þ 0.5 ¼ 0.81 AE… (More)

- Adam Herman Bauer, William Erly, Franklin G. Moser, Marcel Maya, Kambiz Nael
- Neuroradiology
- 2015

Solitary brain metastasis (MET) and glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) can appear similar on conventional MRI. The purpose of this study was to identify magnetic resonance (MR) perfusion and diffusion-weighted biomarkers that can differentiate MET from GBM. In this retrospective study, patients were included if they met the following criteria: underwent… (More)

Weak gravitational lensing allows one to reconstruct the spatial distribution of the projected mass density across the sky. These " mass maps " provide a powerful tool for studying cosmology as they probe both luminous and dark matter. In this paper, we present a weak lensing mass map reconstructed from shear measurements in a 139 deg 2 area from the Dark… (More)

- C. Bonnett, M. A. Troxel, +92 authors M. Sako
- 2016

We present photometric redshift estimates for galaxies used in the weak lensing analysis of the Dark Energy Survey Science Verification (DES SV) data. Four model-or machine learning-based photometric redshift methods—ANNZ2, BPZ calibrated against BCC-Ufig simulations, SKYNET, and TPZ—are analyzed. For training, calibration, and testing of these methods, we… (More)

- Y. Zhang, C. Miller, +77 authors L. N. da Costa
- 2016

Using the science verification data of the Dark Energy Survey for a new sample of 106 X-ray selected clusters and groups, we study the stellar mass growth of bright central galaxies (BCGs) since redshift z ~ 1.2. Compared with the expectation in a semi-analytical model applied to the Millennium Simulation, the observed BCGs become… (More)

- M. R. Becker, M. A. Troxel, +97 authors A. R. Walker
- 2016

We present measurements of weak gravitational lensing cosmic shear two-point statistics using Dark Energy Survey Science Verification data. We demonstrate that our results are robust to the choice of shear measurement pipeline, either ngmix or im3shape, and robust to the choice of two-point statistic, including both real and Fourier-space statistics. Our… (More)

- A. Saro, S. Bocquet, +59 authors K. E. Ziegler
- 2015

We cross-match galaxy cluster candidates selected via their Sunyaev–Zel'dovich effect (SZE) signatures in 129.1 deg 2 of the South Pole Telescope 2500d SPT-SZ survey with optically identified clusters selected from the Dark Energy Survey science verification data. We identify 25 clusters between 0.1 z 0.8 in the union of the SPT-SZ and redMaPPer (RM)… (More)

- M. R. Becker, M. A. Troxel, +13 authors J. P. Dietrich
- 2016

We present measurements of weak gravitational lensing cosmic shear two-point statistics using Dark Energy Survey Science Verification data. We demonstrate that our results are robust to the choice of shear measurement pipeline, either NGMIX or IM3SHAPE, and robust to the choice of two-point statistic, including both real and Fourier-space statistics. Our… (More)

- T. Abbott, F. B. Abdalla, +124 authors J. Zuntz
- 2015

We present the first constraints on cosmology from the Dark Energy Survey (DES), using weak lensing measurements from the preliminary Science Verification (SV) data. We use 139 square degrees of SV data, which is less than 3% of the full DES survey area. Using cosmic shear 2-point measurements over three redshift bins we find σ 8 (Ω m /0.3) 0.5 = 0.81 ±… (More)

- A. Poci, K. Kuehn, +30 authors M. E. C. Swanson
- 2017

The Dark Energy Survey (DES) is currently undertaking an observational program imaging 1/4 of the southern hemisphere sky with unprecedented photometric accuracy. In the process of observing millions of faint stars and galaxies to constrain the parameters of the dark energy equation of state, the DES will obtain pre-discovery images of the regions… (More)