Large scale structure
We briefly discuss some aspects of the problem of forming large scale structures in the Universe. The basic picture that initially small perturbations generated by inflation grow by the process of gravitational instability to give the observed structures is largely consistent with the observations. The growth of the perturbations depends crucially on the contents of the Universe, and we discuss a few variants of the cold dark matter model. Many of these models are consistent with present observations. Future observations hold the possibility of deciding amongst these models.
Volume 96, 2022
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