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The nonGaussian tail of cosmicshear statistics
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The nonGaussian tail of cosmicshear statistics
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Due to gravitational instability, an initially Gaussian density field develops nonGaussian features as the Universe evolves. The most prominent nonGaussian features are massive haloes, visible as clusters of galaxies. The distortion of highredshift galaxy images due to the tidal gravitational field of the largescale matter distribution, call...
Due to gravitational instability, an initially Gaussian density field develops nonGaussian features as the Universe evolves. The most prominent nonGaussian features are massive haloes, visible as clusters of galaxies. The distortion of highredshift galaxy images due to the tidal gravitational field of the largescale matter distribution, called cosmic shear, can be used to investigate the statistical properties of the LSS. In particular, nonGaussian properties of the LSS will lead to a nonGaussian distribution of cosmicshear statistics. The aperture mass (Map) statistics, recently introduced as a measure for cosmic shear, is particularly well suited for measuring these nonGaussian properties. In this paper we calculate the highly nonGaussian tail of the aperture mass probability distribution, assuming PressSchechter theory for the halo abundance and the ‘universal ’ density profile of haloes as obtained from numerical simulations. We find that for values of Map much larger than its dispersion, this probability distribution is closely approximated by an exponential, rather than a Gaussian. We determine the amplitude and shape of this exponential for various cosmological models and aperture sizes, and show that widefield imaging surveys can be used to distinguish between some of the currently most popular cosmogonies. Our study here is complementary to earlier cosmicshear investigations which focussed more on twopoint statistical properties.
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Statistics of dark matter haloes expected from weak lensing surveys
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Statistics of dark matter haloes expected from weak lensing surveys
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As first discussed by Webster (1985), the tidal gravitational field of clusters of galaxies distorts the images of background galaxies in a characteristic way. After the first extreme
As first discussed by Webster (1985), the tidal gravitational field of clusters of galaxies distorts the images of background galaxies in a characteristic way. After the first extreme
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Statistics of Dark Matter Haloes Expected From Weak Lensing Surveys
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Statistics of Dark Matter Haloes Expected From Weak Lensing Surveys
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The distortion of the images of faint highredshift galaxies can be used to probe the intervening mass distribution. This weak gravitational lensing effect has been used recently to study the (projected) mass distribution of several clusters at intermediate and high redshifts. In addition, the weak lensing effect can be employed to detect (dark)...
The distortion of the images of faint highredshift galaxies can be used to probe the intervening mass distribution. This weak gravitational lensing effect has been used recently to study the (projected) mass distribution of several clusters at intermediate and high redshifts. In addition, the weak lensing effect can be employed to detect (dark) matter concentrations in the Universe, based on their mass properties alone. Thus it is feasible to obtain a massselected sample of `clusters', and thereby probe the full range of their masstolight ratios. We study the expected number density of such haloes which can be detected in ongoing and future deep widefield imaging surveys, using the number density of haloes as predicted by the PressSchechter theory, and modeling their mass profile by the `universal' density profile found by Navarro, Frenk & White. We find that in all cosmological models considered, the number density of haloes with a signaltonoise ratio larger than 5 exceeds 10 .
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Cosmic shear and halo abundances: Analytical versus numerical results
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Cosmic shear and halo abundances: Analytical versus numerical results
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. The aperture mass has been shown in a series of recent publications to be a useful quantitative tool for weak lensing studies, ranging from cosmic shear to the detection of a massselected sample of dark matter haloes. Quantitative analytical predictions for the aperture mass have been based on a number of simplifying assumptions. In this pape...
. The aperture mass has been shown in a series of recent publications to be a useful quantitative tool for weak lensing studies, ranging from cosmic shear to the detection of a massselected sample of dark matter haloes. Quantitative analytical predictions for the aperture mass have been based on a number of simplifying assumptions. In this paper, we test the reliability of these assumptions and the quality of the analytic approximations, using raytracing simulations through a cosmological density field generated by very large Nbody simulations. We find that those analytic predictions which take into account the nonlinear evolution of the matter distribution, such as the dispersion of the aperture mass and the halo abundance, are surprisingly accurately reproduced with our numerical results, whereas the predictions for the skewness, based on quasilinear theory, are rather imprecise. In particular, we verify numerically that the probability distribution of the aperture mass decrease.
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ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS Cosmic shear and halo abundances: Analytical versus
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ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS Cosmic shear and halo abundances: Analytical versus
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ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS Cosmic shear and halo abundances: analytical versus
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ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS Cosmic shear and halo abundances: analytical versus
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A new measure for cosmic shear
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A new measure for cosmic shear
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Peter Schneider
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Ludovic Van Waerbeke
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Bhuvnesh Jain
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Guido Kruse
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Cosmic shear, i.e., the distortion of images of highredshift galaxies through the tidal gravitational field of the largescale matter distribution in the Universe, offers the opportunity to measure the power spectrum of the cosmic density fluctuations without any reference to the relation of dark matter to luminous tracers. We consider here a n...
Cosmic shear, i.e., the distortion of images of highredshift galaxies through the tidal gravitational field of the largescale matter distribution in the Universe, offers the opportunity to measure the power spectrum of the cosmic density fluctuations without any reference to the relation of dark matter to luminous tracers. We consider here a new statistical measure for cosmic shear, the aperture mass Map(θ), which is defined as a spatially filtered projected density field and which can be measured directly from the image distortions of highredshift galaxies. By selecting an appropriate spatial filter function, the dispersion of the aperture mass is a convolution of the power spectrum of the projected density field with a narrow kernel, so that ⟨Map(θ) ⟩ provides a well localized estimate of the power spectrum at wavenumbers s ∼ 5/θ. We calculate ⟨ M2 ⟩ ap for various cosmological models, using the fully nonlinear power spectrum of the cosmic density fluctuations. The nonlinear evolution yields a significant increase of ⟨ M2 ⟩ ap
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The nonGaussian tail of cosmicshear statistics
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The nonGaussian tail of cosmicshear statistics
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Due to gravitational instability, an initially Gaussian density field develops nonGaussian features as the Universe evolves. The most prominent nonGaussian features are massive haloes, visible as clusters of galaxies. The distortion of highredshift galaxy images due to the tidal gravitational field of the largescale matter distribution, call...
Due to gravitational instability, an initially Gaussian density field develops nonGaussian features as the Universe evolves. The most prominent nonGaussian features are massive haloes, visible as clusters of galaxies. The distortion of highredshift galaxy images due to the tidal gravitational field of the largescale matter distribution, called cosmic shear, can be used to investigate the statistical properties of the LSS. In particular, nonGaussian properties of the LSS will lead to a nonGaussian distribution of cosmicshear statistics. The aperture mass ($M_{\rm ap}$) statistics, recently introduced as a measure for cosmic shear, is particularly well suited for measuring these nonGaussian properties. In this paper we calculate the highly nonGaussian tail of the aperture mass probability distribution, assuming PressSchechter theory for the halo abundance and the `universal' density profile of haloes as obtained from numerical simulations. We find that for values of $M_{\rm ap}$ much larger than its dispersion, this probability distribution is closely approximated by an exponential, rather than a Gaussian. We determine the amplitude and shape of this exponential for various cosmological models and aperture sizes, and show that widefield imaging surveys can be used to distinguish between some of the currently most popular cosmogonies. Our study here is complementary to earlier cosmicshear investigations which focussed more on twopoint statistical properties. ; Comment: 9 pages, 5 figures, submitted to MNRAS
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Statistics of dark matter haloes expected from weak lensing surveys
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Statistics of dark matter haloes expected from weak lensing surveys
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The distortion of the images of faint highredshift galaxies can be used to probe the intervening mass distribution. This weak gravitational lensing effect has been used recently to study the (projected) mass distribution of several clusters at intermediate and high redshifts. In addition, the weak lensing effect can be employed to detect (dark)...
The distortion of the images of faint highredshift galaxies can be used to probe the intervening mass distribution. This weak gravitational lensing effect has been used recently to study the (projected) mass distribution of several clusters at intermediate and high redshifts. In addition, the weak lensing effect can be employed to detect (dark) matter concentrations in the Universe, based on their mass properties alone. Thus it is feasible to obtain a massselected sample of `clusters', and thereby probe the full range of their masstolight ratios. We study the expected number density of such haloes which can be detected in ongoing and future deep widefield imaging surveys, using the number density of haloes as predicted by the PressSchechter theory, and modeling their mass profile by the `universal' density profile found by Navarro, Frenk & White. We find that in all cosmological models considered, the number density of haloes with a signaltonoise ratio larger than 5 exceeds 10 per square degree. With the planned MEGACAM imaging survey of $\sim 25 deg^2$, it will be easily possible to distinguish between the most commonly discussed cosmological parameter sets. ; Comment: 8 pages, 7 figures, submitted to MNRAS
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Statistische Untersuchungen zum schwachen kosmologischen Gravitationslinseneffekt
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Statistische Untersuchungen zum schwachen kosmologischen Gravitationslinseneffekt
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