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An Introduction into the Theory of Cosmological Structure Formation

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An Introduction into the Theory of Cosmological Structure Formation
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 102

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This text aims to give a pedagogical introduction into the main concepts of the theory of structure formation in the universe. The text is suited for graduate students of astronomy with a moderate background in general relativity. A special focus is laid on deriving the results formally from first principles.

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