E. G. Patrick Bos

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The large-scale structure of the universe is comprised of virialized blob-like clusters, linear filaments, sheet-like walls and huge near empty three-dimensional voids. Characterizing the large scale universe is essential to our understanding of the formation and evolution of galaxies. The density range of clusters, walls and voids are relatively well(More)
We describe the Bayesian barcode formalism that has been designed towards the reconstruction of the Cosmic Web in a given volume on the basis of the sampled galaxy cluster distribution. Based on the realization that the massive compact clusters are responsible for the major share of the large scale tidal force field shaping the anisotropic and in particular(More)
We analyzed long-term dynamic developments in newspaper content in connection with the process of pillar-ization (the segmentation of Dutch society and politics along religious/ideological cleavages) over the period 1918– 1967. One of the main characteristics of the historical debate on this phenomenon is an alleged close connection of political and media(More)
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