Projected two- and three-point statistics: forecasts and mitigation of non-linear RSDs

  title={Projected two- and three-point statistics: forecasts and mitigation of non-linear RSDs},
  author={Oliver Leicht and T. Baldauf and J. Fergusson and P. Shellard},
  journal={arXiv: Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics},
The combination of two- and three-point clustering statistics of galaxies and the underlying matter distribution has the potential to break degeneracies between cosmological parameters and nuisance parameters and can lead to significantly tighter constraints on parameters describing the composition of the Universe and the dynamics of inflation. Here we investigate the relation between biases in the estimated parameters and inaccurate modelling of non-linear redshift-space distortions for the… Expand


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