CLASS

The Cosmic Linear Anisotropy Solving System (CLASS) I: Overview. The Cosmic Linear Anisotropy Solving System (CLASS) is a new accurate Boltzmann code, designed to offer a more user-friendly and flexible coding environment to cosmologists. CLASS is very structured, easy to modify, and offers a rigorous way to control the accuracy of output quantities. It is also incidentally a bit faster than other codes. In this overview, we present the general principles of CLASS and its basic structure. We insist on the friendliness and flexibility aspects, while accuracy, physical approximations and performances are discussed in a series of companion papers.


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  1. Azadeh Moradinezhad Dizgah, Alberto Vallinotto, Farnik Nikakhtar: limHaloPT: A Numerical Package for Accurate Modeling of Line Intensity Power Spectrum (2022) not zbMATH
  2. Castorina, Emanuele; Di Dio, Enea: The observed galaxy power spectrum in general relativity (2022)
  3. Eingorn, Maxim; Yükselci, A. Emrah; Zhuk, Alexander: Screening vs. gevolution: in chase of a perfect cosmological simulation code (2022)
  4. Hartman, S. T. H.; Winther, H. A.; Mota, D. F.: Constraints on self-interacting Bose-Einstein condensate dark matter using large-scale observables (2022)
  5. Akitsu, Kazuyuki; Li, Yin; Okumura, Teppei: Cosmological simulation in tides: power spectra, halo shape responses, and shape assembly bias (2021)
  6. Akrami, Yashar; Casas, Santiago; Deng, Senwen; Vardanyan, Valeri: Quintessential (\alpha)-attractor inflation: forecasts for stage IV galaxy surveys (2021)
  7. Baker, Tessa; Harrison, Ian: Constraining scalar-tensor modified gravity with gravitational waves and large scale structure surveys (2021)
  8. Ballesteros, Guillermo; Garcia, Marcos A. G.; Pierre, Mathias: How warm are non-thermal relics? Lyman-(\alpha) bounds on out-of-equilibrium dark matter (2021)
  9. Baunach, Rose; Bolis, Nadia; Holman, R.; Moltner, Stacie; Richard, Benoit J.: Does Planck actually “see” the Bunch-Davies state? (2021)
  10. Braden, Jonathan; Burrage, Clare; Elder, Benjamin; Saadeh, Daniela: (\varphi)\textttenics: Vainshtein screening with the finite element method (2021)
  11. Brando, Guilherme; Koyama, Kazuya; Wands, David: Relativistic corrections to the growth of structure in modified gravity (2021)
  12. Brando, Guilherme; Koyama, Kazuya; Wands, David; Zumalacárregui, Miguel; Sawicki, Ignacy; Bellini, Emilio: Fully relativistic predictions in Horndeski gravity from standard Newtonian (N)-body simulations (2021)
  13. Cardona, Wilmar; Arjona, Rubén; Estrada, Alejandro; Nesseris, Savvas: Cosmological constraints with the effective fluid approach for modified gravity (2021)
  14. Carrilho, Pedro; Malik, Karim A.: The intrinsic bispectrum of the CMB from isocurvature initial conditions (2021)
  15. Cedeño, Francisco X. Linares; González-Morales, Alma X.; Ureña-López, L. Arturo: Ultralight DM bosons with an axion-like potential: scale-dependent constraints revisited (2021)
  16. Chen, Joe Zhiyu; Upadhye, Amol; Wong, Yvonne Y. Y.: The cosmic neutrino background as a collection of fluids in large-scale structure simulations (2021)
  17. Davis, Anne-Christine; Melville, Scott: Scalar fields near compact objects: resummation versus UV completion (2021)
  18. De Felice, Antonio; Mukohyama, Shinji; Pookkillath, Masroor C.: Addressing (H_0) tension by means of VCDM (2021)
  19. De Felice, Antonio; Mukohyama, Shinji; Pookkillath, Masroor C.: Minimal theory of massive gravity and constraints on the graviton mass (2021)
  20. Delgado, Paola C. M.; Durrer, Ruth; Pinto-Neto, Nelson: The CMB bispectrum from bouncing cosmologies (2021)

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