Stellar mass–halo mass relation (SHMR) of central galaxies obtained for different stellar mass selected subsamples at z ~ 3 (orange symbols). The halo masses are represented by the best-fit parameter Mmin , while the associated stellar masses of the galaxies are represented by the threshold limits of each subsample. The measurements from this work are compared with the results based on the z = 3 LBGs sample from Ishikawa et al. (2017). We also plot the z = 3 model predictions by Behroozi et al. (2013), Moster et al. (2013; abundance matching), and Yang et al. (2012; correlation function HOD modelling) represented by different lines, as labelled. Yang et al. (2012) paper includes best-fit SHMR models for two different stellar mass functions and we plot both of these. The blue shaded area corresponds to the 68% confidence limits of Behroozi et al. (2013).
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