Relativity and Cosmology


Ancillary Inflation and the Theory of General Relativity

Authors: Andrew Goldfarb, Nok Zgrgl

This is a review of the main work on the ancient and experimental issues in the study of the potential for inflation in the framework of the classical general relativity. The major subjects considered include the extension of general relativity to the universe in a curved spacetime, and the implications of new and innovative methods for peculiar and general theories of relativity.

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