3D galaxy clustering with future wide-field surveys: Advantages of a spherical Fourier-Bessel analysis

@article{Lanusse20143DGC,
  title={3D galaxy clustering with future wide-field surveys: Advantages of a spherical Fourier-Bessel analysis},
  author={F. Lanusse and A. Rassat and J. Starck},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2014},
  volume={578}
}
Context. Upcoming spectroscopic galaxy surveys are extremely promising to help in addressing the major challenges of cosmology, in particular in understanding the nature of the dark universe. The strength of these surveys, naturally described in spherical geometry, comes from their unprecedented depth and width, but an optimal extraction of their three-dimensional information is of utmost importance to best constrain the properties of the dark universe. Aims. Although there is theoretical… Expand

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