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stub for cosmic inflation (for the moment just to record some references)
at cosmic inflation I have added a bit of text describing how the FRW+inflaton models work.
(but now the server is down, it seems)
added to inflation a paragraph and some references on “Higgs inflation”
added a pointer to the recent Planck Collaboration article on inflation data
A link points to the entry Plack collaboration, which, indeed, exists. I suppose you would like to clean the link and the entry to Planck collaboration. I am not good with cache remnants so I will leave it to others.
Next time I’d better typofy to comic inflation.
$n$Lab is having some tendencies toward applications in fun(tastic) linguistics :)
I have added a pointer to the brand-new
to the entries on inflation, in particular to Starobinsky model of cosmic inflation. In the course of this I have expanded the Idea-section there, saying something about the tensor-to-scalar ratio, and have added a bunch of further references.
Then I have updated the entries chaotic inflation and BICEP2, adding the information that the original experimental data has turned out not to be reproduced and that the Planck-confirmed data strongly disfavors chaotic inflation, instead of favoring it.
Somebody points out that the full release of the Planck 2015 data will appear on the arXiv tomorrow, but is already available for download here
added these pointers:
Discussion of Higgs inflation with emphasis on relation to the near-criticality of the Higgs field:
Fred Jegerlehner, The hierarchy problem of the electroweak Standard Model revisited (arXiv:1305.6652)
Fred Jegerlehner, Higgs inflation and the cosmological constant, Acta Phys.Polon. B45 (2014) 1215-1254 (arXiv:1402.3738)
Fred Jegerlehner, About the role of the Higgs boson in the evolution of the early universe (arXiv:1406.3658)
Fred Jegerlehner, The hierarchy problem and the cosmological constant problem in the Standard Model (arXiv:1503.00809)
Fred Jegerlehner, The Hierarchy Problem and the Cosmological Constant Problem Revisited – A new view on the SM of particle physics (arXiv:1812.03863)
added publication data for today’s update
maybe I should splitt off an entry Higgs inflation. Hm, or maybe not.
added also pointer to the recent articles on inflation driven by higher curvature corrections:
Gustavo Arciniega, Jose D. Edelstein, Luisa G. Jaime, Towards purely geometric inflation and late time acceleration (arXiv:1810.08166)
Gustavo Arciniega, Pablo Bueno, Pablo A. Cano, Jose D. Edelstein, Robie A. Hennigar, Luisa G. Jaimem, Geometric Inflation (arXiv:1812.11187)
added pointer to today’s review of the PLANCK results:
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