The clustering of galaxies in the completed SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Cosmological implications of the Fourier space wedges of the final sample

11 Nov 2016 Grieb Jan Niklas the BOSS collaboration Sánchez Ariel G. the BOSS collaboration Salazar-Albornoz Salvador the BOSS collaboration Scoccimarro Román the BOSS collaboration Crocce Martín the BOSS collaboration Vecchia Claudio Dalla the BOSS collaboration Montesano Francesco the BOSS collaboration Gil-Marín Héctor the BOSS collaboration Ross Ashley J. the BOSS collaboration Beutler Florian the BOSS collaboration Rodríguez-Torres Sergio the BOSS collaboration Chuang Chia-Hsun the BOSS collaboration Prada Francisco the BOSS collaboration Kitaura Francisco-Shu the BOSS collaboration Cuesta Antonio J. the BOSS collaboration Eisenstein Daniel J. the BOSS collaboration Percival Will J. the BOSS collaboration Vargas-Magana Mariana the BOSS collaboration Tinker Jeremy L. the BOSS collaboration Tojeiro Rita the BOSS collaboration Brownstein Joel R. the BOSS collaboration Maraston Claudia the BOSS collaboration Nichol Robert C. the BOSS collaboration Olmstead Matthew D. the BOSS collaboration Samushia Lado the BOSS collaboration Seo Hee-Jong the BOSS collaboration Streblyanska Alina the BOSS collaboration Zhao Gong-bo the BOSS collaboration

We extract cosmological information from the anisotropic power spectrum measurements from the recently completed Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey (BOSS), extending the concept of clustering wedges to Fourier space. Making use of new FFT-based estimators, we measure the power spectrum clustering wedges of the BOSS sample by filtering out the information of Legendre multipoles l > 4... (read more)

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