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    • Polarization of the cosmic microwave background radiation

      T R Seshadri

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      In re-ionized models, the measurement of polarization of CMBR can be a good criterion to narrow down the parameter space for cosmological models. A Vishniac-type effect in second order polarization over arc minute scales has been calculated. It has been shown that while the effect is very small (∼10−2µK) for CDM models, it can be significant (∼0.3µK) for some isocurvature models.

    • Multi-fractal analysis of the galaxy distribution in the Las Campanas redshift survey

      T R Seshadri

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      We have carried out a multi-fractal analysis of the distribution of galaxies in the three Northern slices of the Las Campanas redshift survey. In this analysis we have studied the scaling properties of the distribution of galaxies on length scales from 20 h−1 Mpc to 200 h−1 Mpc. Our main results are: (1) The distribution of galaxies exhibits a multi-fractal scaling behaviour over the scales 20 h−1 Mpc to 80 h−1 Mpc, and, (2) the distribution is consistent with homogeneity on the scales 80 h−1 Mpc to 200 h−1 Mpc. We conclude that our results are consistent with the Universe being homogeneous at large scales and the transition to homogeneity occurs somewhere in the range 80 h−1 Mpc to 100 h−1 Mpc.

    • Workshop III — Cosmology: Observations versus theories

      T R Seshadri

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      The topics on which there were presentations in this workshop can broadly be divided into the following categories: Observational aspects of large-scale structures in the universities; phase transitions in the early universe; cosmic microwave background radiation; observational cosmology.

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