Consistency of cosmic shear analyses in harmonic and real space

@article{Doux2020ConsistencyOC,
  title={Consistency of cosmic shear analyses in harmonic and real space},
  author={C. Doux and C. Chang and B. Jain and J. Blazek and H. Camacho and X. Fang and M. Gatti and E. Krause and N. MacCrann and S. Samuroff and L. Secco and M. Troxel and J. Zuntz and M. Aguena and S. Allam and A. Amon and S. {\'A}vila and D. Bacon and E. Bertin and D. Brooks and D. Burke and A. Carnero Rosell and M. Carrasco Kind and J. Carretero and A. Choi and M. Costanzi and M. Crocce and L. da Costa and M. E. S. Pereira and T. Davis and J. Dietrich and P. Doel and I. Ferrero and A. Fert'e and P. Fosalba and J. Garc'ia-Bellido and E. Gazta{\~n}aga and D. Gerdes and D. Gruen and R. Gruendl and J. Gschwend and G. Guti{\'e}rrez and W. Hartley and S. Hinton and D. Hollowood and D. Huterer and D. James and K. Kuehn and N. Kuropatkin and M. Maia and J. Marshall and F. Menanteau and R. Miquel and R. Morgan and A. Palmese and F. Paz-Chinch{\'o}n and A. Plazas and A. Roodman and E. S{\'a}nchez and M. Schubnell and S. Serrano and I. Sevilla-Noarbe and M. Smith and M. Soares-Santos and E. Suchyta and G. Tarl{\'e} and C. To and T. Varga and J. Weller and R. Wilkinson},
  journal={arXiv: Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
Recent cosmic shear studies have reported discrepancies of up to $1\sigma$ on the parameter ${S_{8}=\sigma_{8}\sqrt{\Omega_{\rm m}/0.3}}$ between the analysis of shear power spectra and two-point correlation functions, derived from the same shear catalogs. It is not a priori clear whether the measured discrepancies are consistent with statistical fluctuations. In this paper, we investigate this issue in the context of the forthcoming analyses from the third year data of the Dark Energy Survey… Expand
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