# Flux-limited strong gravitational lensing and dark energy

@article{Chen2003FluxlimitedSG, title={Flux-limited strong gravitational lensing and dark energy}, author={Daming Chen}, journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics}, year={2003}, volume={418}, pages={387-392} }

In the standard flat cosmological constant (A) cold dark matter (CDM) cosmology, a model of two populations of lens halos for strong gravitational lensing can reproduce the results of the Jodrell-Bank VLA Astrometric Survey (JVAS) and the Cosmic Lens All-Sky Survey (CLASS) radio survey. In such a model, lensing probabilities are sensitive to three parameters: the concentration parameter c 1 , the cooling mass scale M c and the value of the CDM power spectrum normalization parameter σ 8 . The…

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