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Braneworld effective action and origin of inflation
A.O.Barvinsky ;
Date 27 Jul 2001
Journal Phys.Rev. D65 (2002) 062003
Subject hep-th
AbstractWe construct braneworld effective action in two brane Randall-Sundrum model and show that the radion mode plays the role of a scalar field localizing essentially nonlocal part of this action. Non-minimal curvature coupling of this field reflects the violation of AdS/CFT-correspondence for finite values of brane separation. Under small detuning of the brane tension from the Randall-Sundrum flat brane value, the radion mode can play the role of inflaton. Inflationary dynamics corresponds to branes moving apart in the field of repelling interbrane inflaton-radion potential and implies the existence acceleration stage caused by remnant cosmological constant at late (large brane separation) stages of evolution. We discuss the possibility of fixing initial conditions in this model within the concept of braneworld creation from the tunneling or no-boundary cosmological state, which formally replaces the conventional moduli stabilization mechanism.
Source arXiv, hep-th/0107244
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