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Title: Statistical Test of Distance-Duality Relation with Type Ia Supernovae and Baryon Acoustic Oscillations (2nd version)      
dateReleased:
07-16-2016
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dateCreated:
07-16-2016
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doi:10.5281/ZENODO.57982
creators:
Ma, Cong
Corasaniti, Pier-Stefano
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This package contains data and processing tools for replicating the research presented in the paper "Statistical Test of Distance-Duality Relation with Type Ia Supernovae and Baryon Acoustic Oscillations" (2016, preprint, arXiv:1604.04631 https://arxiv.org/abs/1604.04631). An earlier version (https://zenodo.org/record/49825) has already been made available.  In this updated version, we use the recently released consensus BOSS BAO measurement results (arXiv:1607.03155) as the source of angular-diameter distances.  The choices of complementary cosmological parameters are expanded to include extensions to the Planck base-ΛCDM model parameters. In addition, various programming bugs are fixed. The compressed archive file "ddmc-nosample-v2.tar.bz2" contains only the compressed SNIa data, the BAO measurements, and the Planck chain files.  The random samples can be re-created by the tools included in the package.  This is the file suitable for low-speed download. The file "ddmc-v2.tar.bz2" contains the full set of random sample output files and analysis results in addition to those in the "ddmc-nosample-v2.tar.bz2" file. The file "CHECKSUM-sha1" contains the SHA1 hash values for verifying file integrity. Please read the README files in each package for more details and instructions.
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