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Fig. 1


Selection function of AMASCFI using the Millennium modified lightcones of Henriques et al. (2012). Top left: completeness as a function of redshift for haloes of M200 > 1014 M. Top right:completeness as a function of halo mass. Bottom left: purity as computed for haloes of mass M200 > 1013 M. In these three panels, blue, green, and red points respectively show the results for SN > 3, SN > 4, and SN> 5. Bottom right: two-dimensional histogram of the completeness in the (redshift, mass) parameter space for cluster candidates with SN > 4. The vertical dotted line at z = 0.7 shows the cut applied to compute GLFs (see Sect. 3.3) and the horizontal line the 90% purity limit.

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