How robust are predictions of galaxy clustering

@inproceedings{Contreras2013HowRA,
  title={How robust are predictions of galaxy clustering},
  author={Sergio Contreras and Carlton M. Baugh and Peder Norberg and Nelson D. Padilla},
  year={2013}
}
  • Sergio Contreras, Carlton M. Baugh, +1 author Nelson D. Padilla
  • Published 2013
  • Physics
  • We use the Millennium Simulation data base to compare how different versions of the Durham and Munich semi-analytical galaxy formation models populate dark matter haloes with galaxies. The models follow the same physical processes but differ in how these are implemented. All of the models we consider use the Millennium N-body Simulation; however, the Durham and Munich groups use independent algorithms to construct halo merger histories from the simulation output. We compare the predicted halo… CONTINUE READING

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