ISIS: a new N-body cosmological code with scalar fields based on RAMSES

@inproceedings{Llinares2013ISISAN,
  title={ISIS: a new N-body cosmological code with scalar fields based on RAMSES},
  author={C. Llinares and D. Mota and H. Winther},
  year={2013}
}
Several extensions of the standard cosmological model include scalar fields as new degrees of freedom in the underlying gravitational theory. A particular class of these scalar field theories include screening mechanisms intended to hide the scalar field below observational limits in the solar system, but not on galactic scales, where data still gives the freedom to find possible signatures of their presence. To make predictions to compare with observations coming from galactic and clusters… Expand

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