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- I Tereno, C Schimd, J.-P Uzan, M Kilbinger, F H Vincent, L Fu
- 2008

Context. Oscillation experiments yield strong evidence that at least some neutrinos are massive. As a hot dark-matter component, massive neutrinos would modify the expansion history of the Universe as well as the evolution of cosmological perturbations, differently from cold dark matter or dark energy. Aims. We use the latest release of CFHTLS cosmic-shear… (More)

To resolve some unphysical interpretations related to velocity measurements by static observers, we discuss the use of generalized observer sets, give a prescription for defining the speed of test particles relative to these observers, and show that, for any locally inertial frame, the speed of a freely falling material particle is always less than the… (More)

- C. Schimd, I. Tereno, J.-P. Uzan, Y. Mellier, L. van Waerbeke, E. Semboloni +2 others
- 2006

Aims. Dark energy can be investigated in two complementary ways, by considering either general parameterizations or physically well-defined models. Following the second route, we explore the observational constraints on quintessence models where the acceleration of our universe is driven by a slow-rolling scalar field. Using weak lensing data to investigate… (More)

- Ismael Tereno
- 1999

It is shown that a timelike radial geodesic does not become null at the event horizon. Recently an attempt was made to demonstrate that in the Schwarzschild geometry the radial geodesics of material particles become null at the event horizon [1]. For this purpose, was derived an expression that corresponds to the velocity of a material particle following a… (More)

We explore the dynamics and evolution of the Universe at early and late times, focusing on both dark energy and extended gravity models and their astrophysical and cosmological consequences. Modified theories of gravity not only provide an alternative explanation for the recent expansion history of the universe, but they also offer a paradigm fundamentally… (More)

- Carlo Schimd, Ismael Tereno, Jean-Philippe Uzan, Yannick Mellier, Ludovic van Waerbeke, Elisabetta Semboloni +3 others
- 2008

Context. Dark energy can be investigated in two complementary ways, by considering either general parameterizations or physically well-defined models. This article follows the second route and explores the observational constraints on quintessence models where the acceleration of our universe is driven by a slow-rolling scalar field. The analysis focuses on… (More)

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