Subhaloes gone Notts: the clustering properties of subhaloes

@article{Pujol2014SubhaloesGN,
  title={Subhaloes gone Notts: the clustering properties of subhaloes},
  author={A. Pujol and E. Gazta{\~n}aga and C. Giocoli and A. Knebe and F. Pearce and R. Skibba and Y. Ascasibar and P. Behroozi and P. Elahi and Jiaxin Han and H. Lux and S. I. Muldrew and M. Neyrinck and J. Onions and D. Potter and D. Tweed},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={438},
  pages={3205-3221}
}
We present a study of the substructure finder dependence of subhalo clustering in the Aquarius Simulation. We run 11 different subhalo finders on the haloes of the Aquarius Simulation and study their differences in the density profile, mass fraction and two-point correlation function of subhaloes in haloes. We also study the mass and v(max) dependence of subhalo clustering. As the Aquarius Simulation has been run at different resolutions, we study the convergence with higher resolutions. We… Expand
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