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by Ade, Peter and Aguirre, James and Ahmed, Zeeshan and Aiola, Simone and Ali, Aamir and Alonso, David and Alvarez, Marcelo A and Arnold, Kam and Ashton, Peter and Austermann, Jason and Awan, Humna and Baccigalupi, Carlo and Baildon, Taylor and Barron, Darcy and Battaglia, Nick and Battye, Richard and Baxter, Eric and Bazarko, Andrew and Beall, James A and Bean, Rachel and Beck, Dominic and Beckman, Shawn and Beringue, Benjamin and Bianchini, Federico and Boada, Steven and Boettger, David and Bond, J. Richard and Borrill, Julian and Brown, Michael L and Bruno, Sarah Marie and Bryan, Sean and Calabrese, Erminia and Calafut, Victoria and Calisse, Paolo and Carron, Julien and Challinor, Anthony and Chesmore, Grace and Chinone, Yuji and Chluba, Jens and Cho, Hsiao-Mei Sherry and Choi, Steve and Coppi, Gabriele and Cothard, Nicholas F and Coughlin, Kevin and Crichton, Devin and Crowley, Kevin D and Crowley, Kevin T and Cukierman, Ari and D'Ewart, John M and Dünner, Rolando and De Haan, Tijmen and Devlin, Mark and Dicker, Simon and Didier, Joy and Dobbs, Matt and Dober, Bradley and Duell, Cody J and Duff, Shannon and Duivenvoorden, Adri and Dunkley, Jo and Dusatko, John and Errard, Josquin and Fabbian, Giulio and Feeney, Stephen and Ferraro, Simone and Fluxà, Pedro and Freese, Katherine and Frisch, Josef C and Frolov, Andrei and Fuller, George and Fuzia, Brittany and Galitzki, Nicholas and Gallardo, Patricio A and Ghersi, Jose Tomas Galvez and Gao, Jiansong and Gawiser, Eric and Gerbino, Martina and Gluscevic, Vera and Goeckner-Wald, Neil and Golec, Joseph and Gordon, Sam and Gralla, Megan and Green, Daniel and Grigorian, Arpi and Groh, John and Groppi, Chris and Guan, Yilun and Gudmundsson, Jon E and Han, Dongwon and Hargrave, Peter and Hasegawa, Masaya and Hasselfield, Matthew and Hattori, Makoto and Haynes, Victor and Hazumi, Masashi and He, Yizhou and Healy, Erin and Henderson, Shawn W and Hervias-Caimapo, Carlos and Hill, Charles A and ... and Simons Observ Collaboration and The Simons Observatory collaboration and SLAC National Accelerator Lab., Menlo Park, CA (United States) and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States) and Fysikum and Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten and Stockholms universitet and Oskar Klein-centrum för kosmopartikelfysik (OKC)
Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, ISSN 1475-7516, 02/2019, Volume 2019, Issue 2, pp. 56 - 56
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by Ade, Peter A. R and Arnold, Kam and Atlas, Matt and Baccigalupi, Carlo and Barron, Darcy and Boettger, David and Borrill, Julian and Chapman, Scott and Chinone, Yuji and Cukierman, Ari and Dobbs, Matt and Ducout, Anne and Dunner, Rolando and Elleflot, Tucker and Errard, Josquin and Fabbian, Giulio and Feeney, Stephen and Feng, Chang and Gilbert, Adam and Goeckner-Wald, Neil and Groh, John and Hall, Grantland and Halverson, Nils W and Hasegawa, Masaya and Hattori, Kaori and Hazumi, Masashi and Hill, Charles and Holzapfel, William L and Hori, Yasuto and Howe, Logan and Inoue, Yuki and Jaehnig, Gregory C and Jaffe, Andrew H and Jeong, Oliver and Katayama, Nobuhiko and Kaufman, Jonathan P and Keating, Brian and Kermish, Zigmund and Keskitalo, Reijo and Kisner, Theodore and Kusaka, Akito and Le Jeune, Maude and Lee, Adrian T and Leitch, Erik M and Leon, David and Li, Yun and Linder, Eric and Lowry, Lindsay and Matsuda, Frederick and Matsumura, Tomotake and Miller, Nathan and Montgomery, Josh and Myers, Michael J and Navaroli, Martin and Nishino, Haruki and Okamura, Takahiro and Paar, Hans and Peloton, Julien and Pogosian, Levon and Poletti, Davide and Puglisi, Giuseppe and Raum, Christopher and Rebeiz, Gabriel and Reichardt, Christian L and Richards, Paul L and Ross, Colin and Rotermund, Kaja M and Schenck, David E and Sherwin, Blake D and Shimon, Meir and Shirley, Ian and Siritanasak, Praween and Smecher, Graeme and Stebor, Nathan and Steinbach, Bryan and Suzuki, Aritoki and Suzuki, Jun-Ichi and Tajima, Osamu and Takakura, Satoru and Tikhomirov, Alexei and Tomaru, Takayuki and Whitehorn, Nathan and Wilson, Brandon and Yadav, Amit and Zahn, Alex and Zahn, Oliver and Polarbear Collaboration and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States)
Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology, ISSN 1550-7998, 12/2015, Volume 92, Issue 12
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Physical Review D, ISSN 2470-0010, 02/2017, Volume 95, Issue 4
CMB and lensing reconstruction power spectra are powerful probes of cosmology. However, they are correlated, since the CMB power spectra are lensed, and the... 
DARK-MATTER | MICROWAVE | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | PHYSICS, PARTICLES & FIELDS | Physics - Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics
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Physical Review. D, Covering Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology, ISSN 2470-0010, 02/2017, Volume 95, Issue 4
CMB and lensing reconstruction power spectra are powerful probes of cosmology. However, they are correlated, since the CMB power spectra are lensed, and the... 
Reconstruction | Clocks & watches | Parameter estimation | Correlation | Subtraction | Power spectra | Computer simulation | Covariance | Multipoles | Variations | Cosmology | Power
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Astronomy and Astrophysics, ISSN 0004-6361, 04/2017, Volume 600
Analysis of cosmic microwave background (CMB) datasets typically requires some filtering of the raw time-ordered data. For instance, in the context of... 
Cosmology: Observations | Cosmic background radiation | POWER SPECTRUM | cosmic background radiation | FIELD | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | cosmology: observations | MAKING ALGORITHM | STATISTICAL-ANALYSIS | Sky | Polarization | Filtration | Filtering | Maps | Cosmic microwave background | Time domain | Estimators | ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS | cosmology observations
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Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, ISSN 1475-7516, 05/2017, Volume 2017, Issue 5, pp. 8 - 8
A continuously rotating half-wave plate (CRHWP) is a promising tool to improve the sensitivity to large angular scales in cosmic microwave background (CMB)... 
CMBR experiments | gravitational waves and CMBR polarization | MICROWAVE BACKGROUND POLARIZATION | MATRIX | ASTRONOMY | POLARIMETRY | WAVELENGTHS | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | SUBMILLIMETER INSTRUMENTS | MODULATION | PHYSICS, PARTICLES & FIELDS | ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS
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Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, ISSN 1475-7516, 05/2017, Volume 2017, Issue 5
A continuously rotating half-wave plate (CRHWP) is a promising tool to improve the sensitivity to large angular scales in cosmic microwave background (CMB)... 
TELESCOPES | ILLUMINANCE | APERTURES | DEFECTS | TEMPERATURE CONTROL | PERFORMANCE | CONFIGURATION | SENSITIVITY | NOISE | ASTROPHYSICS, COSMOLOGY AND ASTRONOMY | REDUCTION | FLUCTUATIONS | RELICT RADIATION | POLARIZATION
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Computing and Software for Big Science, ISSN 2510-2036, 11/2018, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 9
We investigate the performance of Apache Spark, a cluster computing framework, for analyzing data from future LSST-like galaxy surveys. Apache Spark attempts... 
FITS format | Physics | Particle and Nuclear Physics | Cluster computing | Apache Spark
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04/2018
We investigate the performance of Apache Spark, a cluster computing framework, for analyzing data from future LSST-like galaxy surveys. Apache Spark attempts... 
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by Abazajian, Kevork N and Adshead, Peter and Ahmed, Zeeshan and Allen, Steven W and Alonso, David and Arnold, Kam S and Baccigalupi, Carlo and Bartlett, James G and Battaglia, Nicholas and Benson, Bradford A and Bischoff, Colin A and Borrill, Julian and Buza, Victor and Calabrese, Erminia and Caldwell, Robert and Carlstrom, John E and Chang, Clarence L and Crawford, Thomas M and Cyr-Racine, Francis-Yan and De Bernardis, Francesco and de Haan, Tijmen and Alighieri, Sperello di Serego and Dunkley, Joanna and Dvorkin, Cora and Errard, Josquin and Fabbian, Giulio and Feeney, Stephen and Ferraro, Simone and Filippini, Jeffrey P and Flauger, Raphael and Fuller, George M and Gluscevic, Vera and Green, Daniel and Grin, Daniel and Grohs, Evan and Henning, Jason W and Hill, J. Colin and Hlozek, Renee and Holder, Gilbert and Holzapfel, William and Hu, Wayne and Huffenberger, Kevin M and Keskitalo, Reijo and Knox, Lloyd and Kosowsky, Arthur and Kovac, John and Kovetz, Ely D and Kuo, Chao-Lin and Kusaka, Akito and Jeune, Maude Le and Lee, Adrian T and Lilley, Marc and Loverde, Marilena and Madhavacheril, Mathew S and Mantz, Adam and Marsh, David J. E and McMahon, Jeffrey and Meerburg, Pieter Daniel and Meyers, Joel and Miller, Amber D and Munoz, Julian B and Nguyen, Ho Nam and Niemack, Michael D and Peloso, Marco and Peloton, Julien and Pogosian, Levon and Pryke, Clement and Raveri, Marco and Reichardt, Christian L and Rocha, Graca and Rotti, Aditya and Schaan, Emmanuel and Schmittfull, Marcel M and Scott, Douglas and Sehgal, Neelima and Shandera, Sarah and Sherwin, Blake D and Smith, Tristan L and Sorbo, Lorenzo and Starkman, Glenn D and Story, Kyle T and van Engelen, Alexander and Vieira, Joaquin D and Watson, Scott and Whitehorn, Nathan and Wu, W. L. Kimmy
10/2016
This book lays out the scientific goals to be addressed by the next-generation ground-based cosmic microwave background experiment, CMB-S4, envisioned to... 
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