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CMB Anisotropies Two Years After COBE: Observations, Theory and the Future; Proceedings of the 1994

World Scientific Publishing

The Table of Contents for the book is as follows:

  • Preface

  • I. The Experimental Situation Two Years After COBE: Anisotropies, and the CMB Power Spectrum

  • COBE DMR Data, Signal and Noise: Color Plates

  • CMB Two Years After the COBE Discovery of Anisotropies

  • Comparison of Spectral Index Determinations

  • Two-Point Correlations in the COBE-DMR Two-Year Anisotropy Maps

  • A Preliminary Analysis of UCSB's South Pole 1993–94 Results

  • CMB Anisotropy Measurements During the Fourth Flight of MAX

  • Observations of the Anisotropy in the Cosmic Microwave Background by the Firs, SK93, and MSAM-I Experiments

  • The Python Microwave Background Anisotropy Experiment

  • II. Theoretical Implications and Cosmology: The Early Universe, Large Scale Structure and Dark Matter

  • Testing Inflationary Cosmology and Measuring Cosmological Parameters Using the Cosmic Microwave Background

  • Inflation Confronts the CMB: An Analysis Including the Effects of Foreground

  • Testing Inflation with MSAM, MAX Tenerife and COBE

  • CMBR Anisotropy Due to Gravitational Radiation in Inflationary Cosmologies

  • Black Holes From Blue Spectra

  • Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropies and the Geometry of the Universe

  • Ω and Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropies

  • CDM Cosmogony in an Open Universe

  • Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation Anisotropy Induced by Cosmic Strings

  • Temperature Anisotropies in a Universe with Global Defects

  • The Nature Versus Nurture of Anisotropies

  • The Existence of Baryons at z = 1000

  • Polarization-Temperature Correlations in the Microwave Background

  • III. Related Issues: BBN Limits on ΩB, and Comparing Theoretical Predictions and Observations

  • Big Bang Nucleosynthesis and ΩB: A Guide for CMB Interpreters

  • Quoting Experimental Information

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