Example run on the Dark Energy equation of state, where the scaling factor of the M−Rc relation and the three parameters of both the M−L and M−T relations are let free (Runs M10 and A10).
|Run ID||Diagrams||Area||S||E||w 0||w a||X c||α ML||log (AML)||γ ML||α MT||log (AMT)||γ MT|
|M10||M (50% error), z||10 × 10 000||Y||–1.02 ±0.05||0.12 ±0.10||0.23 ±0.009||0.51 ±0.010||0.25 ±0.015||0.026 ±0.065||1.94 ±0.30||0.48 ±0.06||0.14 ±0.09|
|A10||CR, HR, rc, z||10 × 10 000||Y||Y||–1.01 ±0.06||–0.06 ±0.10||0.24 ±0.003||0.52 ±0.003||0.25 ±0.006||0.009 ±0.050||1.50 ±0.010||0.46 ±0.008||–0.03 ±0.030|
|M12||M (50% error), z||10 × 100||Y||–0.84 ±0.20||–1.20 ±1.20||–||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|B12||CR, HR, rc, z||10 × 100||Y||Y||–0.97 ±0.15||–0.38 ±0.80||–||–||–||–||–||–||–|
Notes. The model values are those from Table 1 (scatters are fixed to the values assumed in this table). Runs M12 and B12 pertain to 100 deg2 surveys, for which we assumed that the scaling relations are perfectly known. The quoted values are the mean of the ten best-10 and the corresponding dispersion is assumed to be representative of the 1σ accuracy (the last digit is rounded to the next half integer). Five first columns: as in Table 5. Columns 6 to 14: fit results.
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