Characterising filaments in the SDSS volume from the galaxy distribution

@article{Malavasi2020CharacterisingFI,
  title={Characterising filaments in the SDSS volume from the galaxy distribution},
  author={N. Malavasi and N. Aghanim and M. Douspis and H. Tanimura and V. Bonjean},
  journal={arXiv: Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
Detecting the large-scale structure of the Universe from the galaxy distribution and characterising its components is of fundamental importance in astrophysics but also a difficult task to achieve. This is due to the necessity of having wide-area spectroscopic redshift surveys to accurately measure galaxy positions in space while also covering large areas of the sky, as well as to the difficulty of creating algorithms to extract cosmic web structures (e.g. filaments). Moreover, these detections… Expand
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