Strong dynamics and inflation: A review

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In this article, we review how strong dynamics can be efficiently employed as a viable alternative to study the mechanism of cosmic inflation. We examine single-field inflation in which the inflaton emerges as a bound state stemming from various strongly interacting field theories. We constrain the number of e-foldings for composite models of inflation in order to obtain a successful inflation. We study a set of cosmological parameters, e.g., the primordial spectral index ns and tensor-to-scalar ratio r, and confront the predicted results with the joint Planck data, and with the recent BICEP2 data.

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Channuie, P. (2015, March 1). Strong dynamics and inflation: A review. Nuclear Physics B. Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nuclphysb.2015.01.008

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