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Physical Review D
The next generation of large scale surveys will not only measure cosmological parameters within the framework of General Relativity, but will also allow for precision tests of the framework itself. At the order of linear perturbations, departures from the growth in the LCDM model can be quantified in terms of two functions of time and Fourier number k. We argue that in local theories of gravity, in the quasi-static approximation, these functions must be ratios of polynomials in k, with thedoi:10.1103/physrevd.87.104015 fatcat:ulrkikydafa7jgzy3wzxoelllq