CODEX clusters. The Survey, the Catalog, and Cosmology of the X-ray Luminosity Function

@article{Finoguenov2019CODEXCT,
  title={CODEX clusters. The Survey, the Catalog, and Cosmology of the X-ray Luminosity Function},
  author={A. Finoguenov and E. Rykoff and N. Clerc and M. Costanzi and S. Hagstotz and J. I. Chitham and K. Kiiveri and C. Kirkpatrick and R. Capasso and J. Comparat and S. Damsted and R. Dupke and G. Erfanianfar and J. Henry and F. Kaefer and J. Kneib and V. Lindholm and E. Rozo and L. Waerbeke and J. Weller},
  journal={arXiv: Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics},
  year={2019}
}
Large area catalogs of galaxy clusters constructed from ROSAT All Sky Survey provide the base for our knowledge on the population of clusters thanks to the long-term multiwavelength efforts on their follow-up. Advent of large area photometric surveys superseding in depth previous all-sky data allows us to revisit the construction of X-ray cluster catalogs, extending the study to lower cluster masses and to higher redshifts and to provide the modelling of the selection function. We perform a… Expand
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