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Back to [[Argonne-2018: Cosmology with CMB-S4|Argonne 2018 main page]]
 
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== Parallel session P1-4: Forecasting - Delensing (chair: C. Pryke and B. Sherwin) ==
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== Parallel session P1-4: Forecasting - Delensing (chairs: C. Pryke and B. Sherwin) ==
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# Simulation status and need for delensing implementation (Clem - 15m) [[File:20180306_delens_sims.pdf]]
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# First steps with quadratic estimator delensing (Blake - 5m) [[File:quadDelens.pdf]]
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# One delensing likelihood implementation (Kimmy Wu - 15m) [[File:20180306delensing.pdf]]
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# Methods and challenges for high-fidelity phi reconstruction (Marius calling in - <~15m) [[File:mariusRecons.pdf]] (See also: https://github.com/marius311/CMBLensing.jl)
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# Either discussion of interaction of foreground cleaning and delensing OR extra time for discussion if this ends up in another session (10m)
  
 
== Notes from session (Tuesday, March 6, 08:45-09:45) ==
 
== Notes from session (Tuesday, March 6, 08:45-09:45) ==

Latest revision as of 03:25, 7 March 2018

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Parallel session P1-4: Forecasting - Delensing (chairs: C. Pryke and B. Sherwin)

  1. Simulation status and need for delensing implementation (Clem - 15m) File:20180306 delens sims.pdf
  2. First steps with quadratic estimator delensing (Blake - 5m) File:QuadDelens.pdf
  3. One delensing likelihood implementation (Kimmy Wu - 15m) File:20180306delensing.pdf
  4. Methods and challenges for high-fidelity phi reconstruction (Marius calling in - <~15m) File:MariusRecons.pdf (See also: https://github.com/marius311/CMBLensing.jl)
  5. Either discussion of interaction of foreground cleaning and delensing OR extra time for discussion if this ends up in another session (10m)

Notes from session (Tuesday, March 6, 08:45-09:45)