semi-analytic galaxy formation

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semi-analytic galaxy formation

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Semi-analytic galaxy formation in f(R)-gravity cosmologies

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Semi-analytic galaxy formation in massive neutrino cosmologies

Semi-analytic galaxy formation in early dark energy cosmologies

Star formation and metallicity gradients in semi-analytic models of disc galaxy formation

Star formation in semi-analytic galaxy formation models with multiphase gas

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Physical properties of Herschel selected galaxies in a semi-analytic galaxy formation model

Tidal disruption of satellite galaxies in a semi-analytic model of galaxy formation

galics- I. A hybrid N-body/semi-analytic model of hierarchical galaxy formation

Monte Carlo Markov Chain parameter estimation in semi-analytic models of galaxy formation

Collision-induced galaxy formation: semi-analytical model and multiwavelength predictions

A Bayesian approach to the semi-analytic model of galaxy formation: methodology

Galaxy formation in semi-analytic models and cosmological hydrodynamic zoom simulations

Hydrodynamical simulations and semi‐analytic models of galaxy formation: two sides of the same coin

Constraints on the velocity profiles of galaxies from strong lensing statistics and semi-analytical modelling of galaxy formation

COLD GASS, an IRAM legacy survey of molecular gas in massive galaxies – III. Comparison with semi-analytic models of galaxy formation


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Semi-analytic galaxy formation models, or simply semi-analytic models (SAMs), are ‘recipes’ for forming galaxies within numerical simulations. They follow the evolution of galaxies within the context of hierarchical structure formation ...

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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