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题名: CONSTRAINING DARK ENERGY FROM THE SPLITTING ANGLE STATISTIC OF STRONG GRAVITATIONAL LENSES
作者: Zhang, Qing-Jun ;  Cheng, Ling-Mei ;  Wu, Yue-Liang
刊名: ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL
出版日期: 2009
卷号: 694, 期号:2, 页码:1402-1412
关键词: UNIVERSAL DENSITY PROFILE ;  ALL-SKY SURVEY ;  COSMOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES ;  MATTER HALOS ;  MODELS ;  COMPONENT ;  PARAMETERS ;  SUPERNOVAE ;  EVOLUTION ;  ABUNDANCE
学科分类: Physics
通讯作者: Zhang, QJ , Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Theoret Phys, Kavli Inst Theoret Phys China, Beijing 100080, Peoples R China
部门归属: [Zhang, QJ; Cheng, LM; Wu, YL] Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Theoret Phys, Kavli Inst Theoret Phys China, Beijing 100080, Peoples R China
英文摘要: Utilizing the CLASS statistical sample, we investigate the constraint of the splitting angle statistic of strong gravitational lenses (SGL) on the equation-of-state parameter w = p/rho of the dark energy in the flat cold dark matter (CDM) cosmology. Through the comoving number density of dark halos described by the Press-Schechter theory, dark energy affects the efficiency with which dark-matter concentrations produce strong lensing signals. The constraints on both constant w and time-varying w(z) = w(0) + w(a)z/(1 + z) from the SGL splitting angle statistic are consistently obtained by adopting a two-model combined mechanism of a dark halo density profile matched at the mass scale M(c). Our main observations are that (1) the resulting model parameter M(c) is found to be M(c) similar to 1.4 for both constant w and time-varying w(z), which is larger than M(c) similar to 1 obtained in literatures; (2) the fitting results for the constant w are found to be w = -0.89(-0.26)(+0.49) and w = -0.94(-0.16)(+0.57) for the source redshift distributions of the Gaussian models g(z(s)) and g(c)(z(s)), respectively, which are consistent with the Lambda CDM at 95% C.L.; (3) the time-varying w(z) is found to be sigma(8) = 0.74: (M(c); w(0), w(a)) = (1.36; -0.92, -1.31) and (M(c); w(0), w(a)) = (1.38;-0.89, -1.21) for g(z(s)) and g(c)(z(s)), respectively; the influence of sigma(8) is investigated and found to be sizable for sigma(8) = 0.74-0.90. After marginalizing the likelihood functions over the cosmological parameters (Omega(M), h, sigma(8)) and the model parameter Mc, we find that the data of SGL splitting angle statistic lead to the best-fit results (w(0), w(a)) =(-0.88(-1.03)(+0.65),-1.55(-1.88)(+1.77)) and (w(0), w(a)) = (-0.91(-1.46)(+0.60),- 1.60(-2.57)+(1.60)) for g(z(s)) and g(c)(z(s)), respectively.
资助者: National Science Foundation of China (NSFC)[10821504, 10475105, 10491306]; Chinese Academy of Science
收录类别: SCI
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WOS记录号: WOS:000264538900055
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URI标识: http://ir.itp.ac.cn/handle/311006/5351
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Zhang, Qing-Jun,Cheng, Ling-Mei,Wu, Yue-Liang. CONSTRAINING DARK ENERGY FROM THE SPLITTING ANGLE STATISTIC OF STRONG GRAVITATIONAL LENSES[J]. ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL,2009,694(2):1402-1412.
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