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A novel Cosmic Filament catalogue from SDSS data

@inproceedings{Duque2021ANC,
  title={A novel Cosmic Filament catalogue from SDSS data},
  author={Javier Carr'on Duque and Marina Migliaccio and Domenico Marinucci and Nicola Vittorio},
  year={2021}
}
Aims. In this work we present a new catalogue of Cosmic Filaments obtained from the latest Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) public data. Methods. In order to detect filaments, we implement a version of the Subspace-Constrained Mean-Shift algorithm, boosted by Machine Learning techniques. This allows us to detect cosmic filaments as one-dimensional maxima in the galaxy density distribution. Our filament catalogue uses the cosmological sample of SDSS, including Data Release 16, so it inherits its… Expand

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