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The Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 1538-4357, 11/2016, Volume 831, Issue 2, p. 181
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Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 07/2012, Volume 753, Issue 2
Continuum fitting uncertainties are a major source of error in estimates of the temperature-density relation (usually parameterized as a power-law, T... 
DENSITY | DISTRIBUTION FUNCTIONS | PROBABILITY | ERRORS | QUASARS | ASTROPHYSICS, COSMOLOGY AND ASTRONOMY | ASTRONOMY | ASTROPHYSICS | ABSORPTION | LYMAN LINES | DATA ANALYSIS
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Continuum fitting uncertainties are a major source of error in estimates of the temperature-density relation (usually parameterized as a power-law, T... 
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Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, ISSN 1743-9213, 2014, Volume 11, Issue S308, pp. 360 - 363
AbstractThe hydrogen Lyα forest is an important probe of the z > 2 Universe that is otherwise challenging to observe with galaxy redshift surveys, but this... 
cosmology: observations - galaxies: high-redshift - intergalactic medium - quasars: absorption lines - surveys - techniques: spectroscopic
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Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 03/2017, Volume 837, Issue 1, p. 31
Many galaxy formation models predict alignments between galaxy spin and the cosmic web (i.e., directions of filaments and sheets), leading to an intrinsic... 
intergalactic medium | cosmology: observations | quasars: absorption lines | large-scale structure of universe | galaxies: high-redshift | ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS
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The z ≳ 2 Lyα forest traces the underlying dark matter distribution on large scales and, given sufficient sightlines, can be used to create three-dimensional... 
surveys | intergalactic medium | cosmology: observations | quasars: absorption lines | techniques: spectroscopic | galaxies: high-redshift | TELESCOPES | TOPOLOGY | RED SHIFT | DISTRIBUTION | SPATIAL RESOLUTION | NOISE | LYMAN LINES | DENSITY | COSMOLOGY | NONLUMINOUS MATTER | QUASARS | ASTROPHYSICS, COSMOLOGY AND ASTRONOMY | MAPS | MAPPING | ABSORPTION | GALAXIES | SPECTRA
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 07/2015, Volume 453, Issue 1, pp. 311 - 327
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We introduce to astrophysics the threshold probability functions S 2, C 2, and D 2 first derived by Torquato et al., which effectively samples the flux... 
Inhomogeneities | Forests | Statistical analysis | Samples | Continuums | Flux | Statistical methods | Probability density functions
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Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 06/2011, Volume 734, Issue 1
We introduce to astrophysics the threshold probability functions S{sub 2}, C{sub 2}, and D{sub 2} first derived by Torquato et al., which effectively samples... 
STATISTICS | SORPTION | FUNCTIONS | MATHEMATICS | SPACE | DISTRIBUTION FUNCTIONS | PROBABILITY | COSMIC RADIO SOURCES | COSMOLOGY | QUASARS | ASTROPHYSICS, COSMOLOGY AND ASTRONOMY | INTERSTELLAR SPACE | ALPHA SPECTRA | ABSORPTION | SPECTRA
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Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology, ISSN 1550-7998, 12/2015, Volume 92, Issue 12
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 11/2015, Volume 453, Issue 4, p. 4311
  We present a new method of finding cosmic voids using tomographic maps of Ly... forest flux. We identify cosmological voids with radii of 2-12 h... Mpc in a... 
Red shift | Simulation | Tomography | Density | Velocity | Astronomy | Gravity
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by Dawson, Kyle S and Schlegel, David J and Ahn, Christopher P and Anderson, Scott F and Aubourg, Éric and Bailey, Stephen and Barkhouser, Robert H and Bautista, Julian E and Beifiori, Alessandra and Berlind, Andreas A and Bhardwaj, Vaishali and Bizyaev, Dmitry and Blake, Cullen H and Blanton, Michael R and Blomqvist, Michael and Bolton, Adam S and Borde, Arnaud and Bovy, Jo and Brandt, W.N and Brewington, Howard and Brinkmann, Jon and Brown, Peter J and Brownstein, Joel R and Bundy, Kevin and Busca, N.G and Carithers, William and Carnero, Aurelio R and Carr, Michael A and Chen, Yanmei and Comparat, Johan and Connolly, Natalia and Cope, Frances and Croft, Rupert A. C and Cuesta, Antonioj and Dacosta, Luizn and Davenport, James R. A and Delubac, Timothée and De Putter, Roland and Dhital, Saurav and Ealet, Anne and Ebelke, Garrett L and Eisenstein, Daniel J and Escoffier, S and Fan, Xiaohui and Filiz Ak, N and Finley, Hayley and Font-Ribera, Andreu and Génova-Santos, R and Gunn, James E and Guo, Hong and Haggard, Daryl and Hall, Patrick B and Hamilton, Jean-Christophe and Harris, Ben and Harris, David W and Ho, Shirley and Hogg, David W and Holder, Diana and Honscheid, Klaus and Huehnerhoff, Joe and Jordan, Beatrice and Jordan, Wendell P and Kauffmann, Guinevere and Kazin, Eyala and Kirkby, David and Klaene, Mark A and Kneib, Jean-Paul and Legoff, Jean-Marc and Lee, Khee-Gan and Long, Daniel C and Loomis, Craig P and Lundgren, Britt and Lupton, Roberth and Maia, Marcio A. G and Makler, Martin and Malanushenko, Elena and Malanushenko, Viktor and Mandelbaum, Rachel and Manera, Marc and Maraston, Claudia and Margala, Daniel and Masters, Karen L and McBride, Cameron K and McDonald, Patrick and McGreer, Iand and McMahon, Richardg and Mena, Olga and Miralda-Escudé, Jordi and Montero-Dorta, Antonio D and Montesano, Francesco and Muna, Demitri and Myers, Adam D and Naugle, Tracy and Nichol, Robert C and Noterdaeme, Pasquier and Nuza, Sebastián E and Olmstead, Matthew D and Oravetz, Audrey and Oravetz, Danielj and Owen, Russell and ...
Astronomical Journal, ISSN 0004-6256, 01/2013, Volume 145, Issue 1, pp. 10 - 41
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