Modeling the evolution of infrared galaxies: clustering of galaxies in the cosmic infrared background

  title={Modeling the evolution of infrared galaxies: clustering of galaxies in the cosmic infrared background},
  author={Aur'elie P'enin and Olivier Dor'e and Guilaine Lagache and Matthieu B'ethermin},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
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