The VIMOS Public Extragalactic Redshift Survey (VIPERS). Gravity test from the combination of redshift-space distortions and galaxy-galaxy lensing at $0.5 < z < 1.2$

@article{Torre2016TheVP,
  title={The VIMOS Public Extragalactic Redshift Survey (VIPERS). Gravity test from the combination of redshift-space distortions and galaxy-galaxy lensing at \$0.5 < z < 1.2\$},
  author={Sylvain de la Torre and E. Jullo and Carlo Giocoli and Andrea Pezzotta and Julien Bel and Benjamin R Granett and Luigi Guzzo and Bianca Garilli and Marco Scodeggio and Micol Bolzonella and Ummi Abbas and Christophe Adami and Dario Bottini and Alberto Cappi and Olga Cucciati and Iary Davidzon and Paolo Franzetti and Alexander Fritz and Angela Iovino and Janusz Krywult and Vincent Le Brun and Olivier Le F{\`e}vre and Dario Maccagni and Katarzyna Małek and Federico Marulli and Maria del Carmen Polletta and Agnieszka Pollo and L. A. M. Tasca and Rita Tojeiro and D. Vergani and Alessandro Zanichelli and S. Arnouts and Enzo Franco Branchini and Jean Coupon and Gabriella de Lucia and Olivier Ilbert and Thibaud Moutard and Lauro Moscardini and John A Peacock and R. Benton Metcalf and Francisco Prada and Gustavo Yepes},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2016},
  volume={608},
  pages={1-21}
}
We carry out a joint analysis of redshift-space distortions and galaxy-galaxy lensing, with the aim of measuring the growth rate of structure; this is a key quantity for understanding the nature of gravity on cosmological scales and late-time cosmic acceleration. We make use of the final VIPERS redshift survey dataset, which maps a portion of the Universe at a redshift of z ≃ 0.8, and the lensing data from the CFHTLenS survey over the same area of the sky. We build a consistent theoretical… 
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