# Difference between revisions of "CMB halo lensing sensitivity as a function of map sensitivity and resolution"

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The following figures (shown at the 2016 Chicago CMB-S4 meeting) give our estimate of CMB halo lensing mass uncertainty for different estimators of as a function CMB map sensitivity and angular resolution. | The following figures (shown at the 2016 Chicago CMB-S4 meeting) give our estimate of CMB halo lensing mass uncertainty for different estimators of as a function CMB map sensitivity and angular resolution. | ||

− | [[File:LensingPlay.png | | + | [[File:LensingPlay.png |400px|thumb|left|Contours of one-sigma mass uncertainty over the CMB map sensitivity and angular resolution plane.]]] |

Pure polarization estimators are flat with angular resolution, implying that gains on sigma8(z) from angular resolution in this case will be due to better Poisson statistics of the cluster catalog. | Pure polarization estimators are flat with angular resolution, implying that gains on sigma8(z) from angular resolution in this case will be due to better Poisson statistics of the cluster catalog. |

## Revision as of 10:22, 15 March 2017

The following figures (shown at the 2016 Chicago CMB-S4 meeting) give our estimate of CMB halo lensing mass uncertainty for different estimators of as a function CMB map sensitivity and angular resolution.

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Pure polarization estimators are flat with angular resolution, implying that gains on sigma8(z) from angular resolution in this case will be due to better Poisson statistics of the cluster catalog.