@article {604557,
title = {The clustering of galaxies in the completed SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Cosmological implications of the Fourier space wedges of the final sample},
journal = {Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
volume = {467},
year = {2017},
month = {May 1, 2017},
pages = {2085-2112},
abstract = {We extract cosmological information from the anisotropic power-spectrummeasurements from the recently completed Baryon OscillationSpectroscopic Survey (BOSS), extending the concept of clustering wedgesto Fourier space. Making use of new fast-Fourier-transform-basedestimators, we measure the power-spectrum clustering wedges of the BOSSsample by filtering out the information of Legendre multipoles l> 4. Our modelling of these measurements is based on novel approachesto describe non-linear evolution, bias and redshift-space distortions,which we test using synthetic catalogues based on large-volume N-bodysimulations. We are able to include smaller scales than in previousanalyses, resulting in tighter cosmological constraints. Using threeoverlapping redshift bins, we measure the angular-diameter distance, theHubble parameter and the cosmic growth rate, and explore thecosmological implications of our full-shape clustering measurements incombination with cosmic microwave background and Type Ia supernova data.Assuming a Λ cold dark matter (ΛCDM) cosmology, weconstrain the matter density to Ω M=0.311_{-0.010}^{+0.009} and the Hubble parameter to H_0 =67.6_{-0.6}^{+0.7} km s^{-1 Mpc^{-1}}, at a confidence level of 68 percent. We also allow for non-standard dark energy models andmodifications of the growth rate, finding good agreement with theΛCDM paradigm. For example, we constrain the equation-of-stateparameter to w = -1.019_{-0.039}^{+0.048}. This paper is part of a setthat analyses the final galaxy-clustering data set from BOSS. Themeasurements and likelihoods presented here are combined with others inAlam et al. to produce the final cosmological constraints from BOSS.},
keywords = {cosmology: observations; cosmological parameters; dark energy; large-scale structure of Universe},
isbn = {0035-8711},
url = {http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2017MNRAS.467.2085G},
author = {Niklas Grieb, Jan and S{\'a}nchez, Ariel G. and Salazar-Albornoz, Salvador and Scoccimarro, Rom{\'a}n and Crocce, Mart{\'\i}n and Dalla Vecchia, Claudio and Montesano, Francesco and Gil-Mar{\'\i}n, H{\'e}ctor and Ashley J. Ross and Beutler, Florian and Rodr{\'\i}guez-Torres, Sergio and Chuang, Chia-Hsun and Prada, Francisco and Francisco-Shu Kitaura and Antonio J. Cuesta and Daniel J. Eisenstein and Will J. Percival and Vargas-Maga{\~n}a, Mariana and Tinker, Jeremy L. and Tojeiro, Rita and Brownstein, Joel R. and Maraston, Claudia and Robert C. Nichol and Olmstead, Matthew D. and Samushia, Lado and Seo, Hee-Jong and Streblyanska, Alina and Zhao, Gong-bo}
}