Review: Multifractal Analysis of Packed Swiss Cheese Cosmologies

@article{Mureika2004ReviewMA,
  title={Review: Multifractal Analysis of Packed Swiss Cheese Cosmologies},
  author={Jonas Mureika and Charles C. Dyer},
  journal={General Relativity and Gravitation},
  year={2004},
  volume={36},
  pages={151-184}
}
The multifractal spectrum of various three-dimensional representations of Packed Swiss Cheese cosmologies in open, closed, and flat spaces are measured, and it is determined that the curvature of the space does not alter the associated fractal structure. These results are compared to observational data and simulated models of large scale galaxy clustering, to assess the viability of the PSC as a candidate for such structure formation. It is found that the PSC dimension spectra do not match… Expand
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