Admittedly the results that we presented here are rather observational and phenomenological, and far from being well-understood theoretically. It is quite likely that when other on-going and future surveys are being analysed in great detail, the nature of galaxy clustering will be revealed in a much more quantitative manner. They are supposed to act as a bridge between cosmological framework and galaxy formation operating in the Universe. While the proper understanding of physics of galaxy formation is still far away, the future redshift survey data will present interesting challenges for constructing models of galaxy formation.
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