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The Halo Void (Dust) Model of large scale structure

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Voivodic,  Rodrigo
Physical Cosmology, MPI for Astrophysics, Max Planck Society;

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Voivodic, R., Rubira, H., & Lima, M. (2020). The Halo Void (Dust) Model of large scale structure. Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, 2020(10): 033. doi:10.1088/1475-7516/2020/10/033.


Cite as: http://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0007-D670-9
Abstract
Within the Halo Model of large scale structure, all matter is contained in dark matter halos. This simple yet powerful framework has been broadly applied to multiple data sets and enriched our comprehension of how matter is distributed in the Universe. In this work we extend this assumption by allowing for matter to rest not only inside halos but also within cosmic voids and in between halos and voids (which we call `dust'). This assumption leads to additional contributions (1Void, 2Void, Halo-Void, etc.) to the predictions of correlation functions, spectra and profiles for both halos and voids. Whereas the Halo Model can only make predictions for halo quantities, the Halo Void Model extends those for void statistics and halo-void cross-correlations. We provide recipes for all new ingredients of the Halo Void (Dust) Model, such as the void abundance, linear bias and density profile and test their validity in a N-body simulation. Including voids and dust into the calculations improves the transition between the 1Halo and the 2Halo terms by up to ~ 6%. It also eliminates the need to include low-mass structures on the normalization of large-scale terms, suggesting that halos and voids are complementary cosmic structures to effectively describe matter distribution on large scales of the Universe.