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Title: Statistical analysis with cosmic-expansion-rate measurements and two-point diagnostics
Authors: Zheng, Xiaogang
Biesiada, Marek
Ding, Xuheng
Cao, Shuo
Zhang, Sixuan
Zhu, Zong-Hong
Keywords: dark energy; models; holographic dark
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: European Physical Journal C, Vol. 78, iss. 3 (2018), art. no. 274
Abstract: Direct measurements of Hubble parameters H(z) are very useful for cosmological model parameters inference. Based on them, Sahni, Shafieloo and Starobinski introduced a two-point diagnostic Omh2(zi , z j ) as an interesting tool for testing the validity of the CDM model. Applying this test they found a tension between observations and predictions of the CDMmodel.We use the most comprehensive compilation H(z) data from baryon acoustic oscillations (BAO) and differential ages (DA) of passively evolving galaxies to study cosmological models using the Hubble parameters itself and to distinguish whether CDM model is consistent with the observational datawith statistical analysis of the corresponding Omh2(zi , z j ) two-point diagnostics. Our results show that presently available H(z) data significantly improve the constraints on cosmological parameters. The corresponding statistical Omh2(zi , z j ) two-point diagnostics seems to prefer the quintessence with w > −1 over the CDM model. Better and more accurate prior knowledge of the Hubble constant, will considerably improve the performance of the statistical Omh2(zi , z j ) method.
DOI: 10.1140/epjc/s10052-018-5759-3
ISSN: 1434-6044
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