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Large—Scale Structure from Galaxy and Cluster Surveys

  • Luigi Guzzo

Abstract

I review the status of large-scale structure studies based on large redshift surveys of galaxies and clusters of galaxies. In particular, I compare results on the power spectrum and two-point correlation correlation function from the 2dF and REFLEX surveys, highlighting the advantage of X-ray clusters in the comparison to cosmological models, given their easy-to-understand mass selection function. I also mention recent measurements of the matter density parameter from redshift space distortions in galaxy surveys, and show evidence for similar streaming motions of clusters in the REFLEX redshift-space correlation function ξ(r p , π). The overall picture shows a remarkable consistency of independent clustering data and measurements towards the same low-density CDM model with \( {{\Omega }_{M}} \simeq 0.3 \).

Keywords

Power Spectrum Galaxy Cluster Galaxy Redshift Redshift Survey Cold Dark Matter Model 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Luigi Guzzo
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  1. 1.INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di BreraMerate (LC)Italy

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