Focus issue: Relativistic effects in cosmology

Kazuya Koyama

Kazuya Koyama is a Reader in Cosmology in the Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation, at the University of Portsmouth,

I am very pleased to bring you this focus issue summarising the recent developments in computing relativistic effects in cosmology.

The issue consists of two parts, with the first part examining general relativistic formulations of the observed over-density of galaxies.

The second part discusses relativistic effects on the formation of large scale structures.

The authors pioneered the development of our understanding of general relativistic effects in cosmological observations and we hope that this focus issue will be a basis for further advancement of the field.

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Adam Day is the former publisher of Classical and Quantum Gravity. His background is mostly in publishing, where he thoroughly enjoyed working with the gravitational physics community. He now works as a Data Scientist for SAGE Publishing.