Masses of high-z galaxy hosting haloes from angular clustering and their evolution in the CDM model

  title={Masses of high-z galaxy hosting haloes from angular clustering and their evolution in the CDM model},
  author={Takashi Hamana and Toru Yamada and Masami Ouchi and Ikuru Iwata and Tadayuki Kodama},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics},
We examine masses of hosting haloes of two photometrically-selected high-z galaxy samples: the old passively-evolving galaxies (OPEGs) and Lyman Break Galaxies (LBGs) both taken from the Subaru/XMM-Newton Deep Survey (SXDS). The large survey area of the SXDS (1sq deg) allows us to measure the angular two-point correlation functions to a wide separation of >10 arcmin with a good statistical quality. We utilize the halo model prescription for estimating characteristic masses of hosting haloes… 

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