Publications in Cosmology

papers in refereed journals: 100

technical monograph (graduate textbook): 1

conference proceedings: 16

book-length reports: 9

(*AAS abstracts for talks and posters are not listed)
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Refereed Journals:

  1. R. Holman and Yun Wang,
    Goldstones to Gravitons: A New Gravity Wave Production Mechanism,
    Phys. Rev. D40(1989)3204
  2. R. Holman, E.W. Kolb, S. L. Vadas, Y. Wang, E. J. Weinberg,
    False Vacuum Decay in Jordan-Brans-Dicke Cosmologies,
    Phys. Lett. 237B(1990)37
  3. R. Holman, E.W. Kolb, and Yun Wang,
    Gravitational Couplings of the Inflaton in Extended Inflation,
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 65(1990)17
  4. Yun Wang,
    Higher Order Curvature Terms and Extended Inflation,
    Phys. Rev. D42(1990)2541
  5. R. Holman, E.W. Kolb, S.L. Vadas, and Y. Wang,
    False-Vacuum Decay in Generalized Extended Inflation,
    Phys. Lett. B250(1990)24
  6. R. Holman, E. W. Kolb, S. L. Vadas, and Y. Wang,
    Extended Inflation from Higher Order Dimensional Theories,
    Phys. Rev. D43(1991)995
  7. R. Holman, E. W. Kolb, S. L. Vadas, and Y. Wang,
    Scale-Invariant Extended Inflation,
    Phys. Rev. D43(1991)3833
  8. Yun Wang,
    Constraints on Generalized Extended Inflationary Models,
    Phys. Rev. D44(1991)991
  9. R. Holman, E.W. Kolb, S.L. Vadas, and Y. Wang,
    Plausible Double Inflation,
    Phys. Lett. B269(1991)252
  10. E.W. Kolb and Y. Wang,
    Domain Wall Formation in Late-Time Phase Transitions,
    Phys. Rev. D45(1992)4421
  11. J.N. Fry and Yun Wang,
    Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropies from Plausible Double Inflation,
    Phys. Rev. D46(1992)3318
  12. Manuel Masip and Yun Wang,
    Baryogenesis in a Supersymmetric Model With $Z_3$ Matter Parity,
    Phys. Rev. D48(1993)1555
  13. Yun Wang,
    Mass and Radius of Cosmic Balloons,
    Phys. Rev. D49(1994)5063
  14. Pierre Sikivie, D.B. Tanner, and Yun Wang,
    Axion Detection in the $10^{-4}$eV Mass Range,
    Phys. Rev. D50(1994)4744
  15. Yun Wang,
    Polynomial Hybrid Inflation,
    Phys. Rev. D50 (1994)6135
  16. Pierre Sikivie, Igor Tkachev, and Yun Wang,
    The Velocity Peaks in the Cold Dark Matter Spectrum on Earth,
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 75(1995)2911
  17. Yun Wang,
    Simple Analytical Methods for Computing the Gravity-Wave Contribution to the Cosmic Background Radiation Anisotropy,
    Phys. Rev. D53(1996)639
  18. Yun Wang and Edwin L. Turner,
    Statistics of Extreme Gravitational Lensing Events. I. The Zero Shear Case,
    Astrophys. J. 464, 114(1996)
  19. Michael S. Turner and Yun Wang,
    A Fast and Accurate Algorithm for Computing Tensor CBR Anisotropy,
    Phys. Rev. D53, 5727 (1996)
  20. Yun Wang, Albert Stebbins, and Edwin L. Turner,
    Gravitational Lensing of Gravitational Waves from Merging Neutron Star Binaries,
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 77, 2875 (1996)
  21. Yun Wang and Edwin L. Turner,
    The Cosmological Constant and Advanced Gravitational Wave Detectors,
    Phys. Rev. D 56, 724 (1997)
  22. Yun Wang and Edwin L. Turner,
    Statistics of Extreme Gravitational Lensing Events. II. The Small Shear Case,
    ApJ 482, 63 (1997)
  23. Pierre Sikivie, Igor Tkachev, and Yun Wang,
    The secondary infall model of galactic halo formation and the spectrum of cold dark matter particles on Earth,
    Phys. Rev. D56, 1863 (1997)
  24. Tomislav Kundic (Th. Astroph., Caltech), Edwin L. Turner, Wesley N. Colley, J. Richard Gott, III, James E. Rhoads, Yun Wang (Princeton), Louis E. Bergeron, Karen A. Gloria, Daniel C. Long (Apache Point Observ.), Sangeeta Malhotra (IPAC), Joachim Wambsganss (Astroph. Inst., Potsdam),
    A Robust Determination of the Time Delay in 0957+561A,B and a Measurement of the Global Value of Hubble's Constant,
    ApJ 482, 75 (1997)
  25. Yun Wang and Edwin L. Turner,
    Caustics, Critical Curves and Cross Sections for Gravitational Lensing by Disk Galaxies,
    MNRAS, 292, 863 (1998)
  26. Yun Wang, David N. Spergel, and Edwin L. Turner,
    Implications of Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropies for Large Scale Variations in Hubble's Constant,
    ApJ 498, 1 (1998)
  27. Yun Wang, Neta Bahcall, and Edwin L. Turner,
    A Catalog of Color-based Redshift Estimates for $z \la 4$ Galaxies in the Hubble Deep Field,
    AJ 116, 2081 (1998)
  28. Yun Wang, David N. Spergel, and Michael Strauss,
    Cosmology in the Next Millennium: Combining MAP and SDSS Data to Constrain Inflationary Models,
    ApJ, 510, 20 (1999)
  29. Yun Wang,
    Analytical Modeling of the Weak Lensing2 of Standard Candles,
    ApJ 525, 651 (1999)
  30. Yun Wang,
    Self-lensing of a Singular Isothermal Sphere,
    Phys. Rev. D 61, 123002 (2000)
  31. Yun Wang,
    Supernova Pencil Beam Survey,
    ApJ 531, 676 (2000), astro-ph/9806185.
  32. Yun Wang,
    Flux-averaging Analysis of Type Ia Supernova Data,
    ApJ 536, 531 (2000)
  33. Yun Wang, & Peter Garnavich,
    Measuring Time-Dependence of Dark Energy Density from Type Ia Supernova Data,
    ApJ, 552, 445 (2001)
  34. J.M. LoSecco, G.J. Mathews, and Yun Wang,
    Prospects for Constraining Cosmology with the Extragalactic Cosmic Microwave Background Temperature,
    Phys. Rev. D 64 (2001) 123002
  35. K. A. Milton, R. Kantowski, C. Kao, Y. Wang,
    Constraints on extra dimensions from cosmological and terrestrial measurements, Mod. Phys. Lett. A, Vol. 16, No. 35 (2001) pp. 2281
  36. Yun Wang, & Geoffrey Lovelace,
    Unbiased Estimate of Dark Energy Density from Type Ia Supernova Data, ApJ, 562, L115 (2001)
  37. M. Orito, T. Kajino, G.J. Mathews, and Yun Wang,
    Constraints on Neutrino Degeneracy from the Cosmic Microwave Background and Primordial Nucleosynthesis, Phys. Rev. D 65, 123504 (2002)
  38. Yun Wang, & Grant Mathews,
    A Measurement of the Primordial Power Spectrum from Maxima, Boomerang, and DASI Data,
    ApJ, 573, 1 (2002)
  39. Yun Wang, Daniel E. Holz, and Dipak Munshi,
    A Universal Probability Distribution Function for Weak-lensing Amplification, ApJ, 572, L15-L18 (2002)
  40. M. Orito, T. Kajino, K. Ichiki, M. Yahiro, G.J. Mathews, and Y. Wang,
    BBN and CMB constraints on universal lepton asymmetry, quintessential inflation, and brane world cosmology, Nuclear Physics A, 719, 1-8 (2003)
  41. Dipak Munshi, and Yun Wang,
    How Sensitive Are Weak Lensing Statistics to Dark Energy Content?
    ApJ, 583, 566-574 (2003)
  42. M. Viel, S. Matarrese, Tom Theuns, D. Munshi, and Yun Wang,
    Dark energy effects on the Lyman-alpha forest,
    MNRAS, 340, L47 (2003)
  43. Pia Mukherjee, and Yun Wang,
    Wavelet Band Powers of the Primordial Power Spectrum from CMB Data,
    ApJ, 593, 38 (2003)
  44. Pia Mukherjee, and Yun Wang,
    Direct Wavelet Expansion of the Primordial Power Spectrum,
    ApJ, 598, 779 (2003)
  45. Yun Wang, Katherine Freese, Paolo Gondolo, Matthew Lewis,
    Future Type Ia Supernova Data as Tests of Dark Energy from Modified Friedmann Equations,
    ApJ, 594, 25-32 (2003)
  46. Pia Mukherjee, and Yun Wang,
    Model-Independent Reconstruction of the Primordial Power Spectrum from WMAP Data,
    ApJ, 599, 1 (2003)
  47. Dipak Munshi, Cristiano Porciani, Yun Wang,
    Galaxy Clustering and Dark Energy,
    MNRAS, 349, 281 (2004)
  48. Yun Wang, and Pia Mukherjee
    Model-Independent Constraints on Dark Energy Density from Flux-averaging Analysis of Type Ia Supernova Data,
    ApJ, 606, 654 (2004)
  49. Yun Wang, Veselin Kostov, Katherine Freese, Joshua A. Frieman, Paolo Gondolo
    Probing the Evolution of the Dark Energy Density with Future Supernova Surveys,
    JCAP, 12, 003 (2004)
  50. Pia Mukherjee, and Yun Wang
    Wavelets and WMAP non-Gaussianity,
    ApJ, 613, 51 (2004)
  51. Yun Wang, and Max Tegmark
    New dark energy constraints from supernovae, microwave background and galaxy clustering,
    Phys. Rev. Lett., 92, 241302 (2004)
  52. Gang Chen, Pia Mukherjee, Tina Kahniashvili, Bharat Ratra, Yun Wang
    Looking for Cosmological Alfven Waves in WMAP Data,
    ApJ, 611, 655 (2004)
  53. Yun Wang, Jan Michael Kratochvil, Andrei Linde, Marina Shmakova
    Current Observational Constraints on Cosmic Doomsday,
    JCAP, 12, 006 (2004)
  54. Yun Wang, Jason Tenbarge, and Bobby Fleshman,
    Reduced convergence and the local smoothness parameter: bridging two different descriptions of weak lensing amplification,
    ApJ 624, 46 (2005)
  55. Yun Wang
    Observational signatures of the weak lensing magnification of supernovae,
    JCAP, 03, 005 (2005)
  56. Yun Wang, and Max Tegmark
    Uncorrelated Measurements of the Cosmic Expansion History and Dark Energy from Supernovae,
    Phys. Rev. D 71, 103513 (2005)
  57. Pia Mukherjee, and Yun Wang
    Primordial Power Spectrum Reconstruction,
    JCAP, 12 (2005) 007
  58. Yun Wang, and Katherine Freese
    Probing Dark Energy Using Its Density Instead of Its Equation of State,
    Phys. Lett. B, 632, 449 (2006)
  59. Yun Wang
    Dark Energy Constraints from Baryon Acou2stic Oscillations,
    ApJ, 647, 1 (2006)
  60. Yun Wang, and Pia Mukherjee
    Robust Dark Energy Constraints from Supernovae, Galaxy Clustering, and Three-Year Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe Observations,
    ApJ, 650, 1 (2006)
  61. Andrew R Liddle, Pia Mukherjee, David Parkinson, Yun Wang
    Present and future evidence for evolving dark energy, PRD, 74, 123506 (2006)
  62. Yun Wang
    A Model-Independent Photometric Redshift Estimator for Type Ia Supernovae,
    ApJ, 654, L123 (2007)
  63. Yun Wang, and Pia Mukherjee
    Observational Constraints on Dark Energy and Cosmic Curvature,
    PRD, 76, 103533 (2007)
  64. Yun Wang, Gautham Narayan, Michael Wood-Vasey
    Survey Requirements for Accurate and Precise Photometric Redshifts for Type Ia Supernovae,
    MNRAS, 382, 377 (2007)
  65. Antonio De Felice, Pia Mukherjee, Yun Wang
    Observational Bounds on Modified Gravity Models,
    PRD, 77, 024017 (2008)
  66. Yun Wang
    Differentiating dark energy and modified gravity with galaxy redshift surveys,
  67. Yun Wang, and Nicholas Hall
    Improving the Calibration of Type Ia Supernovae Using Late-time Lightcurves,
    MNRAS, 389, 489 (2008))
  68. Pia Mukherjee, Martin Kunz, David Parkinson, Yun Wang
    Planck priors for dark energy surveys,
    PRD, 78, 083529 (2008))
  69. Yun Wang
    Figure of Merit for Dark Energy Constraints from Current Observational Data
    PRD, 77, 123525 (2008)
  70. Yun Wang,
    Model-Independent Distance Measurements from Gamma-Ray Bursts and Constraints on Dark Energy,
    PRD, 78, 123532 (2008)
  71. SPACE Science Team,
    SPACE: the SPectroscopic All-sky Cosmic Explorer,
    Experimental Astronomy, 23, 39 (2009)
  72. Anais Rassat, Adam Amara, Luca Amendola, Francisco J. Castander, Thomas Kitching, Martin Kunz, Alexandre Refregier, Yun Wang, Jochen Weller,
    Deconstructing Baryon Acoustic Oscillations: A Comparison of Methods,
    MNRAS, submitted (2009), arXiv:0810.0003 [astro-ph]
  73. Yun Wang,
    Distance Measurements from Supernovae and Dark Energy Constraints,
    PRD 80, 123525 (2009)
  74. Yun Wang,
    Forecasts of Dark Energy Constraints from Baryon Acoustic Oscillations,
    MPLA, Vol. 25, No. 37 (2010) 3093
  75. J. E. Geach, A. Cimatti, W. Percival, Y. Wang, L. Guzzo, G. Zamorani, P. Rosati, L. Pozzetti, A. Orsi, C. M. Baugh, C. G. Lacey, B. Garilli, P. Franzetti, J. R. Walsh, M. Kümmel
    Empirical H-alpha emitter count predictions for dark energy surveys
    MNRAS, 402, 1330 (2010)
  76. Alvaro Orsi, C. M. Baugh, C. G. Lacey, A. Cimatti, Y. Wang, G. Zamorani,
    Probing dark energy with future redshift surveys: A comparison of emission line and broad band selection in the near infrared
    MNRAS, 405, 1006 (2010)
  77. Yun Wang, Will Percival, Andrea Cimatti, Pia Mukherjee, Luigi Guzzo, Carlton M. Baugh, Carmelita Carbone, Paolo Franzetti, Bianca Garilli, James E. Geach, Cedric G. Lacey, Elisabetta Majerotto, Alvaro Orsi, Piero Rosati, Lado Samushia, Giovanni Zamorani
    Designing a space-based galaxy redshift survey to probe dark energy
    MNRAS, 409, 737 (2010)
  78. Lado Samushia, Will J. Percival, Luigi Guzzo, Yun Wang, Andrea Cimatti, Carlton Baugh, James E. Geach, Cedric Lacey, Elisabetta Majerotto, Pia Mukherjee, Alvaro Orsi
    Effects of cosmological model assumptions on galaxy redshift survey measurements,
    MNRAS, 410, 1993 (2011)
  79. Carmelita Carbone, Licia Verde, Yun Wang, Andrea Cimatti,
    Neutrino constraints from future nearly all-sky spectroscopic galaxy surveys,
    JCAP 03 (2011) 030
  80. Chia-Hsun Chuang, Yun Wang, Maddumage Don P. Hemantha,
    A Robust Distance Measurement and Dark Energy Constraints from the Spherically-Averaged Correlation Function of Sloan Digital Sky Survey Luminous Red Galaxies,
    MNRAS, 423, 1474 (2012)
  81. Chia-Hsun Chuang, Yun Wang,
    Measurements of H(z) and D(z) from the Two-Dimensional Two-Point Correlation Function of Sloan Digital Sky Survey Luminous Red Galaxies, MNRAS, 426, 226 (2012), arXiv:1102.2251
  82. Yun Wang, Chia-Hsun Chuang, & Pia Mukherjee,
    A Comparative Study of Dark Energy Constraints from Current Observational Data, Phys. Rev. D 85, 023517 (2012)
  83. Yun Wang,
    Robust constraints on dark energy and gravity from galaxy clustering data, MNRAS, 423, 3631 (2012)
  84. Elisabetta Majerotto, Luigi Guzzo, Lado Samushia, Will J. Percival, Yun Wang, Sylvain de la Torre, Bianca Garilli, Paolo Franzetti, Emanuel Rossetti, Andrea Cimatti, Carmelita Carbone, Nathan Roche, Giovanni Zamorani,
    Probing deviations from General Relativity with the Euclid spectroscopic survey, MNRAS, 424, 1392 (2012)
  85. Luca Amendola, et al. (including Yun Wang as a corresponding author),
    Cosmology and Fundamental Physics with the Euclid Satellite, Living Reviews in Relativity, 16, 6 (2013)
  86. Chia-Hsun Chuang, & Yun Wang,
    Using Multipoles of the Correlation Function to Measure H(z),\ D_A(z), and \beta(z) From SDSS Luminous Red Galaxies, MNRAS, 431, 2634 (2013)
  87. Chia-Hsun Chuang, & Yun Wang,
    Modeling the Anisotropic Two-Point Galaxy Correlation Function on Small Scales and Improved Measurements of H(z), D_A(z), and f(z)\sigma_8(z) from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey DR7 Luminous Red Galaxies, MNRAS 435, 255 (2013)
  88. Yun Wang, Chia-Hsun Chuang, Christopher M. Hirata,
    Toward More Realistic Forecasting of Dark Energy Constraints from Galaxy Redshift Surveys, MNRAS, 430, 2446 (2013))
  89. Yun Wang, and Shuang Wang,
    Distance Priors from Planck and Dark Energy Constraints from Current Data, PRD, 88, 043522 (2013)
  90. Shuang Wang, and Yun Wang
    Exploring the Systematic Uncertainties of Type Ia Supernovae as Cosmological Probes, PRD, 88, 043511 (2013)
  91. Vincenzo Salzano, Yun Wang, Irene Sendra, Ruth Lazkoz,
    Linear dark energy equation of state revealed by supernovae? MPLA, Vol. 29, No. 2 (2014) 1450008
  92. Maddumage Don P. Hemantha, Yun Wang, Chia-Hsun Chuang
    Measurement of H(z) and D_A(z) from the two-dimensional power spectrum of Sloan Digital Sky Survey luminous red galaxies, MNRAS, 445, 3737 (2014)
  93. Yun Wang,
    Model-Independent Measurements of Cosmic Expansion and Growth at z=0.57 Using the Anisotropic Clustering of CMASS Galaxies From the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Data Release 9, MNRAS, 443, 2950 (2014)
  94. Yun Wang, E. Gjergo, S. Kuhlmann
    Analytic Photometric Redshift Estimator for Type Ia Supernovae From the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, MNRAS, 451, 1955 (2015)
  95. Vihang Mehta, Claudia Scarlata, James W. Colbert, Sophia Dai, Alan Dressler, Alaina Henry, Matt Malkan, Marc Rafelski, Brian Siana, Harry Teplitz, Micaela Bagley, Melanie Beck, Nathaniel R. Ross, Michael Rutkowski, Yun Wang
    Predicting the redshift 2 Halpha luminosity function using [OIII] emission line galaxies, ApJ, 811, 141 (2015)
  96. Mi Dai, and Yun Wang
    Sampling the Probability Distribution of Type Ia Supernova Lightcurve Parameters in Cosmological Analysis, MNRAS, 459, 1819 (2016)
  97. Yun Wang, and Mi Dai
    Exploring uncertainties in dark energy constraints using current observational data with Planck 2015 distance priors, PRD 94, 083521 (2016)
  98. Yun Wang
    Modeling galaxy clustering on small scales to tighten constraints on dark energy and modified gravity, MNRAS, 464, 3005 (2017)
  99. Mi Dai, Steve Kuhlmann, Yun Wang, Eve Kovacs
    Photometric classification and redshift estimation of LSST Supernovae, MNRAS, submitted (2017)
  100. Alexander Merson, Yun Wang, Andrew Benson, Andreas Faisst, Daniel Masters, Alina Kiessling, & Jason Rhodes, Predicting H\alpha emission line galaxy counts for future galaxy redshift surveys, MNRAS, submitted (2017)

Technical Monograph (Graduate Textbook):

  1. Yun Wang,
    Dark Energy (Wiley, 2010)

Conference Proceedings:

  1. Yun Wang,
    Spectrum of Cold Dark Matter Signal,
    Proceedings of ``Unified Symmetry: In the Small and the Large II'' (Coral Gables, Feburary 1995), edited by B.N. Kursunoglu, S. Mintz, and A. Perlmutter.
  2. Yun Wang,
    The Statistics of Nearly On-Axis Gravitational Lensing Events,
    Proceedings of IAU Symposium 173:Astrophysical Applications of Gravitational Lensing (Melbourne, Australia, July 9-14, 1995), edited by C.S. Kochanek and J.N. Hewitt, astro-ph/9509044
  3. Yun Wang and Edwin L. Turner,
    Astrophysical Effects of Extreme Gravitational Lensing Events,
    in the Proceedings of the 18th Texas Symposium, World Scientific Press (editors A. Olinto, J. Frieman, and D. Schramm), astro-ph/9701230.
  4. Yun Wang, David N. Spergel, and Michael Strauss,
    Model-Independent Measurement of the Primordial Power Spectrum,
    in Particle Physics and the Early Universe (COSMO-98), editor David O. Caldwell (American Institute of Physics), 1999, astro-ph/9812291.
  5. Yun Wang, Neta Bahcall, and Edwin L. Turner,
    A Model-Independent Photometric Redshift Estimator,
    in the proceedings of the Workshop on Photometric Redshifts and High Redshift Galaxies, edited by Ray Weymann, et al. (Astronomical Society of the Pacific), 1999 astro-ph/9906256.
  6. P. M. Garnavich and Y. Wang,
    Properties of the Dark Energy,
    in the proceedings of ``New Cosmological Data and the Values of the Fundamental Parameters'', International Astronomical Union. Symposium no. 201, Manchester, England, August 2000.
  7. Yun Wang,
    Dark Energy Search with Supernovae,
    to appear in proceedings of the 6th UCLA Symposium on "Sources and Detection of Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe", Marina Del Ray, Feb 2004. [astro-ph/0404484]
  8. JEDI Collaboration,
    Joint Efficient Dark-energy Investigation (JEDI): a Candidate Implementation of the NASA-DOE Joint Dark Energy Mission (JDEM),
    JEDI white paper submitted to the Dark Energy Task Force (invited presentation during the DETF meeting on June 30, 2005). [astro-ph/0507043]
  9. JEDI Collaboration,
    Illuminating Dark Energy with the Joint Efficient Dark-energy Investigation (JEDI) (in SPIE proceedings, May 2006)
  10. JEDI Collaboration,
    The Joint Efficient Dark-energy Investigation (JEDI): Measuring the cosmic expansion history from type Ia supernovae (in SPIE proceedings, May 2006) [astro-ph/0606691]
  11. The SPACE Science Team,
    An Overview of the SPACE Mission Proposal, Venice 2007 Conf. Proc., to appear on Il Nuovo Cimento, arXiv:0710.3970v1 [astro-ph]
  12. Content, Robert; et al.,
    Offspring of SPACE: the spectrograph channel of the ESA Dark Energy Mission EUCLID, 2008, SPIE, 7010E, 139C
  13. Yun Wang,
    Observational approaches to understanding dark energy, Invited review at the 23rd International Symposium on Lepton and Photon Interactions at High Energy (LP07), arXiv:0712.0041
  14. Yun Wang,
    Observational Probes of Dark Energy. Invited plenary talk at Spanish Relativity Meeting 2011 (ERE2011), AIPC, 1458, 285 (2012), arXiv:1201.2110
  15. Yun Wang,
    Probing the Nature of Cosmic Acceleration.
    Invited review talk at VIII International Workshop on the Dark Side of the Universe, in the proceedings published by PoS.
  16. Roland D. Vavrek; René J. Laureijs; Jose Lorenzo Alvarez; Jérôme Amiaux; Yannick Mellier; Ruyman Azzollini; Guillermo Buenadicha; Gonzalo Saavedra Criado; Mark Cropper; Christophe Dabin; Anne Ealet; Bianca Garilli; Anna Gregorio; Henk Hoekstra; Knud Jahnke; Martin Kilbinger; Tom Kitching; John Hoar; Will Percival; Giuseppe D. Racca; Jean-Christophe Salvignol; Marc Sauvage; Roberto Scaramella; Luis M. Gaspar Venancio; Yun Wang; Andrea Zacchei; Stefanie Wachter,
    Mission-level performance verification approach for the Euclid space mission, Proc. of SPIE Vol. 9911 991105.

Book-length Reports:

  1. The LSST Science Collaborations,
    The LSST Science Book
  2. The EUCLID Consortia,
    Euclid Assessment Study Report (The Euclid Yellow Book) (2009)
  3. The WFIRST Science Definition Team,
    Wide-Field InfraRed Survey Telescope (WFIRST) Interim Report (2011)
  4. The EUCLID Consortium,
    Euclid Definition Study Report (The Euclid Red Book) (2011)
  5. The Euclid's Theory Working Group,
    Cosmology and fundamental physics with the Euclid satellite (2012), arXiv:1206.1225
  6. The WFIRST Science Definition Team,
    Wide-Field InfraRed Survey Telescope (WFIRST) Final Report (2012), arXiv:1208.4012
  7. LSST Dark Energy Science Collaboration,
    White Paper of the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope: Dark Energy Science Collaboration (2012), arXiv:1211.0310
  8. The WFIRST-AFTA Science Definition Team,
    Wide-Field InfraRed Survey Telescope-Astrophysics Focused Telescope Assets WFIRST-AFTA Final Report (2013), arXiv:1305.5422
  9. The WFIRST-AFTA Science Definition Team,
    Wide-Field InfrarRed Survey Telescope-Astrophysics Focused Telescope Assets WFIRST-AFTA 2015 Report (2015), arXiv:1503.03757