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Simultaneously constraining cosmology and baryonic physics via deep learning from weak lensing

@inproceedings{Lu2021SimultaneouslyCC,
  title={Simultaneously constraining cosmology and baryonic physics via deep learning from weak lensing},
  author={Tianhuan Lu and Zolt{\'a}n Haiman and Jos{\'e} Manuel Zorrilla Matilla},
  year={2021}
}
Ongoing and planned weak lensing (WL) surveys are becoming deep enough to contain information on angular scales down to a few arcmin. To fully extract information from these small scales, we must capture non-Gaussian features in the cosmological WL signal while accurately accounting for baryonic effects. In this work, we account for baryonic physics via a baryonic correction model that modifies the matter distribution in dark matter-only N -body simulations, mimicking the effects of galaxy… 

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