Gravitationally induced adiabatic particle production: from big bang to de Sitter
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In the background of a flat homogeneous and isotropic space–time, we consider a scenario of the Universe driven by the gravitationally induced 'adiabatic' particle production with constant creation rate. We have shown that this Universe attains a big bang singularity in the past and at late-time it asymptotically becomes de Sitter. To clarify this model Universe, we performed a dynamical analysis and found that the Universe attains a thermodynamic equilibrium in this late de Sitter phase. Finally, for the first time, we have discussed the possible effects of 'adiabatic' particle creations in the context of loop quantum cosmology.
CitationHaro, J. Gravitationally induced adiabatic particle production: from big bang to de Sitter. "Classical and quantum gravity", 27 Juliol 2016, vol. 33, núm. 16.