Characterising filaments in the SDSS volume from the galaxy distribution

@article{Malavasi2020CharacterisingFI,
  title={Characterising filaments in the SDSS volume from the galaxy distribution},
  author={Nicola Malavasi and Nabila Aghanim and Marian Douspis and Hideki Tanimura and V. Bonjean},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
Detecting the large-scale structure of the Universe based on the galaxy distribution and characterising its components is of fundamental importance in astrophysics but is also a difficult task to achieve. Wide-area spectroscopic redshift surveys are required to accurately measure galaxy positions in space that also need to cover large areas of the sky. It is also difficult to create algorithms that can extract cosmic web structures (e.g. filaments). Moreover, these detections will be affected… 
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