Boltzmann-Poisson-like approach to simulating the galactic halo response to satellite accretion Dependence on the halo density profile

@inproceedings{AguilarArguello2022BoltzmannPoissonlikeAT,
  title={Boltzmann-Poisson-like approach to simulating the galactic halo response to satellite accretion Dependence on the halo density profile},
  author={G. Aguilar-Arguello and O. Valenzuela and Arturo Trelles Universidad Nacional Aut'onoma de M'exico and Instituto de Astronom'ia and Cdmx and M'exico.},
  year={2022}
}
Context. Recent studies have reported the detection of the galactic stellar halo wake and dipole triggered by the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC), mirroring the corresponding response from dark matter (DM). These studies open up the possibility of adding constraints on the global mass distribution of the Milky Way (MW), and even on the nature of DM itself, with current and upcoming stellar surveys reigniting the discussion on response modes in dynamical friction. However, the simulation of such… 

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