The Press–Schechter formalism is a mathematical model for predicting the number of objects (such as galaxies or galaxy clusters) of a certain mass within a given volume of the Universe. It was described in a famous paper by William H. Press and Paul Schechter in 1974.

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  • The Press–Schechter formalism is a mathematical model for predicting the number of objects (such as galaxies or galaxy clusters) of a certain mass within a given volume of the Universe. It was described in a famous paper by William H. Press and Paul Schechter in 1974. (en)
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  • The Press–Schechter formalism is a mathematical model for predicting the number of objects (such as galaxies or galaxy clusters) of a certain mass within a given volume of the Universe. It was described in a famous paper by William H. Press and Paul Schechter in 1974. (en)
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