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Cosmology, quantum vacuum and zeta functions

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Emili Elizalde. Perspectives on his Life and Work
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    Chapter 2 Colliding Hadrons as Cosmic Membranes and Possible Signatures of Lost Momentum
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    Chapter 3 Vacuum Energy and the Topology of the Universe
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    Chapter 4 The Low Temperature Corrections to the Casimir Force Between a Sphere and a Plane
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    Chapter 5 Casimir Effect for the Piecewise Uniform String
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    Chapter 6 N = 2 and N = 4 Supersymmetric Low-Energy Effective Actions in Three Dimensions
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    Chapter 7 Colour Confinement, the Goto-Imamura-Schwinger Term and Renormalization Group
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    Chapter 8 Non-central extensions of (Super) Poincaré algebra and (Susy) Electromagnetic Backgrounds
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    Chapter 9 Multiple Scattering: Dispersion, Temperature Dependence, and Annular Pistons
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    Chapter 10 Brane Cosmology with an f (R) contribution
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    Chapter 11 f (R)-Gravity Matched With Large Scale Structure and Cosmological Observations
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    Chapter 12 An analysis of the phase space of Hořava-Lifshitz cosmologies
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    Chapter 13 Gravitational Waves Astronomy: a cornerstone for gravitational theories
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    Chapter 14 Hamilton–Jacobi Method and Gravitation
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    Chapter 15 A characteristic signature of fourth order gravity
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    Chapter 16 Horizons and Singularity in Clifton’s Spherical Solution of f (R) vacuum
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    Chapter 17 Gravitational Zero Point Energy and the Induced Cosmological Constant
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    Chapter 18 Lensing effects in ringholes and the multiverse black holes
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    Chapter 19 Hamiltonian ADM Gravity in Non-Harmonic Gauges with Well Defined Non-Euclidean 3-Spaces: How Much Darkness can be Explained as a Relativistic Inertial Effect?
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    Chapter 20 Dark energy and cosmic magnetic fields: electromagnetic relics from inflation
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    Chapter 21 On the Viability of a Non-Analytical f (R)-Theory
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    Chapter 22 Towards the unification of late-time acceleration and inflation by k-essence model
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    Chapter 23 Conformal Equivalence in Classical Gravity: the Example of “Veiled” General Relativity
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    Chapter 24 Finite-Time Singularities in Modified F (R,G)-Gravity and Singularity Avoidance
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    Chapter 25 Asymptotic Darkness in the Hořava-Lifshitz Gravity
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    Chapter 26 Testing Modified Gravity with Gravitational Wave Astronomy
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    Chapter 27 Gravitons in Flatland
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    Chapter 28 Very Special Relativity and Noncommutative Space-Time
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    Chapter 29 Pistons Modelled by Potentials
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    Chapter 30 Local ζ -functions, stress-energy tensor, field fluctuations, and all that, in curved static spacetime
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    Chapter 31 Ergodic Solenoidal Geometry
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    Chapter 32 Zeta-regularization and exact WKB method for a general 1D Schrödinger equation
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    Chapter 33 Generalized Zeta Function Regularization and the Multiplicative Anomaly
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    Chapter 34 Iso-Minkowskian Geometry For Interior Dynamical Problems
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    Chapter 35 Nuclear Fusion Drives Cosmic Expansion
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Chapter title
Gravitons in Flatland
Chapter number 27
Book title
Cosmology, Quantum Vacuum and Zeta Functions
Published in
arXiv, July 2010
DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-19760-4_27
Book ISBNs
978-3-64-219759-8, 978-3-64-219760-4

Eric A. Bergshoeff, Olaf Hohm, Paul K. Townsend


We review some features of three-dimensional (3D) massive gravity theories. In particular, we stress the role of the Schouten tensor, explore an analogy with Lovelock gravity and discuss renormalizabilty.

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United States 1 9%
Unknown 10 91%

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Student > Ph. D. Student 5 45%
Student > Master 2 18%
Professor 1 9%
Student > Bachelor 1 9%
Researcher 1 9%
Other 1 9%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Physics and Astronomy 10 91%
Arts and Humanities 1 9%
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