Over the last decade, statisticians have developed new statistical tools in the field of spatial point processes. At the same time, observational efforts have yielded a huge amount of new cosmological data to analyze. Although the main tools in astronomy for comparing theoretical results with observation are statistical, in recent years, cosmologis

chapter 1|42 pages

The clumpy universe

chapter 2|28 pages

The standard model of the universe

chapter 3|44 pages

Cosmological point processes

chapter 6|22 pages

Formation of structure

chapter 7|54 pages

Random fields in cosmology

chapter 8|58 pages

Fourier analysis of clustering

chapter 9|40 pages


chapter 10|38 pages

Structure statistics