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Fig. 11.


Marginal mean and 68% CL error bars for cosmological parameters obtained with Like-F03 in red, Like-F05 in green, and Like-F06 in blue. For comparison, Planck 2015 high- temperature likelihood results are shown in the background, with the marginal mean drawn in black and 68% CL represented by a grey band. On the left we show the six standard ΛCDM cosmological parameters and on the right some derived and nuisance parameters. Nuisance parameters show no Planck comparison since they are specific to the likelihood. The values of nuisance parameters are in units of μK2. The template amplitude is shown in the ACIB column since its shape is very close to that of the CIB term in the nuisance physical model.

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