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F. Fang (IPAC/SSC), S. Oliver (University of Sussex), D. L. Shupe (IPAC/SSC), I. Waddington (University of Sussex), F. Masci (SSC), E. Gonzales-Solares (University of Cambridge), D. M. Salaman (University of Sussex), M. Vaccari (Imperial College), J. Surace (IPAC/SSC), C. J. Lonsdale (IPAC), SWIRE Team
We present results of the large-scale structure analysis from the largest of the Spitzer Legacy programs, the Spitzer Wide-Area Infrared Extragalactic Survey (SWIRE). As the widest-area survey using Spitzer covering 50 square degrees, SWIRE provides unprecedented grand view of the galaxies and structures in infrared universe from 3.6 to 160 microns, tracing their evolution to a redshift of 2.5 and beyond. We use a variety of techniques to analyze the spatial distribution of SWIRE galaxies from mid- to far-infrared wavelengths. We discuss our analysis and implications of our results on underlying structures and evolution models from the infrared view.
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