Cosmology with cosmic web environments I. Real-space power spectra

@article{Bonnaire2022CosmologyWC,
  title={Cosmology with cosmic web environments I. Real-space power spectra},
  author={Tony Bonnaire and Nabila Aghanim and Joseph Kuruvilla and Aur{\'e}lien Decelle},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2022}
}
We undertake the first comprehensive and quantitative real-space analysis of the cosmological information content in the environments of the cosmic web (voids, filaments, walls, and nodes) up to non-linear scales, k = 0 . 5 h Mpc − 1 . Relying on the large set of N -body simulations from the Quijote suite, the environments are defined through the eigenvalues of the tidal tensor and the Fisher formalism is used to assess the constraining power of the spectra derived in each of the four environments… 
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