Anisotropies Du Ciel Micro-onde

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François R. Bouchet
Atlantica Séguier Frontières, 1997 - Cosmic background radiation - 557 pages
 

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Contents

The Theoretical Agenda in CMB Research
15
UltraLowNoise Heterostructure FieldEffect Transistor Millimeter
23
The Ultimate Detectors for CMB Measurements?
31
Relevant Space Projects
37
Satellite for Measurements of Background Anisotropies
49
The definitive Cosmic Microwave Background
57
OBSERVATIONAL STATUS OF CMB ANISOTROPIES
67
COBEDMR 4Year PEFiltered Sky Maps
81
Coherence and Sakharov Oscillations in the Microwave Sky
263
Microwave Anisotropies from Random Sources
271
The Doppler Peaks from a Generic Defect
277
Cosmic Strings and Coherence
283
Large Angular Scale CMB Anisotropies from Global Texture
289
NonGaussian Fluctuations from Textures
295
HighLatitude Galactic Emission in the COBEDMR 4Year Sky
300
Doppler Peaks as a Test for Topological Defects
301

SpatialFrequency Analysis of the COBE Data and the CMB Anisotropy
97
Precision Measurements of the CMB Power Spectrum
103
Cold Experiment and CMB Anisotropy
117
Millimetric Observations of CMB Anisotropy from Tenerife
123
Observation of Cosmic Microwave Background Structure with the Tener
131
Recent Results from the MediumScale Anisotropy MeasurementTophat
137
The MAX and MAXIMA Experiments
143
Future Plans for CMB Anisotropy Measurements with the MAXIMA Ar
149
Ballon Observations of Millimetric Extragalactic Radi
155
Results from CAT and Prospects for the VSA
161
Results from the First Flight of BAM
167
Imaging and Calibration of the CMB Anisotropies below 130 GHz
173
A First Determination of the Position of the Doppler Peak
179
Theoretical Implications of Microwave Background Radiation
189
Cosmic Parameter Estimation Combining SubDegree CMB Experiment
197
The Cosmic Microwave Background and LargeScale Structure
209
Constraints on Reionization from CMB Fluctuations
215
Do we Know the Geometry of the Universe?
221
Microwave Background Anisotropies without Inflation
227
Numerical Calculations of CMB Anisotropies
235
A Fast Method for Computing CMB Spectra
241
Structure Formation in Inflationary Cosmologies
251
Introduction Update
257
Consequences of Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropy Measure
307
Microwave Anisotropies from Cosmic Defects
319
THEORY AND OBSERVATIONAL STATUS OF FOREGROUNDS
357
The SunyaevZeldovich Effect at 1 and 2 mm towards Rosat Clusters
371
SunyaevZeldovich Observations with the Ryle Telescope
377
The Effect of Electron Temperature on the Shape of S Z Spectra
383
The SunyaevZeldovich Effect as a Probe of ft
389
Evolution of Clusters of Galaxies
395
Intracluster Comptonization of the CMB in CDM Cosmologies
401
ATT and Inhomogeneous Reionization
407
COBRASSAMBA and Measurements of the SunyaevZeldovich Effect
413
Evolutionary Models of Galaxy Emission in the FIRsubmm Range
419
Contribution of Point Sources to Microwave Background Anisotropies
431
Predictions for
437
Radio Frequency Foreground Emission and the Separation of Microwave
453
DESIGN DATA ANALYSIS ISSUES
461
Assessing Observing Strategies
469
Comparing Performances of CMB Experiments
481
Simulations of CMB Experiments
503
Determination of the Optimal Set of Frequency Bands for the
511
a Test with ARGO Data
517
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