Cosmology from cross correlation of CMB lensing and galaxy surveys

@article{Pearson2014CosmologyFC,
  title={Cosmology from cross correlation of CMB lensing and galaxy surveys},
  author={Ruth Pearson and Oliver Zahn},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2014},
  volume={89},
  pages={043516}
}
In recent years cross correlation of lensing of the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) with other large scale structure (LSS) tracers has been used as a method to detect CMB lensing. Current experiments are also becoming sensitive enough to measure CMB lensing without the help of auxiliary tracers. As data quality improves rapidly, it has been suggested that the CMB lensing-LSS cross correlation may provide new insights into parameters describing cosmological structure growth. In this work we… 

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