Validating estimates of the growth rate of structure with modified gravity simulations

@article{Barreira2016ValidatingEO,
  title={Validating estimates of the growth rate of structure with modified gravity simulations},
  author={Alexandre Barreira and Ariel G. S'anchez and Fabian Schmidt},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2016},
  volume={94},
  pages={1-19}
}
We perform a validation of estimates of the growth rate of structure, described by the parameter combination $f\sigma_8$, in modified gravity cosmologies. We consider an analysis pipeline based on the redshift-space distortion modelling of the clustering wedges statistic of the galaxy correlation function and apply it to mock catalogues of $\Lambda{\rm CDM}$ and the normal branch of DGP cosmologies. We employ a halo occupation distribution approach to construct our mocks, which we ensure… 

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