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Holographic Dark Energy from Fluid/Gravity Duality Constraint by Cosmological Observations
In this paper, we obtain a holographic model of dark energy using the fluid/gravity duality. This model will be dual to a higher dimensional Schwarzschild black hole, and we would use fluid/gravityExpand
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THE DUAL EMBEDDING METHOD IN D = 3
Improving the beginning steps of a previous work, we settle the dual embedding method (DEM) as an alternative and efficient method for obtaining dual equivalent actions also in D = 3. We show that weExpand
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Accelerated cosmos in a nonextensive setup
Here, we consider a flat FRW universe whose its horizon entropy meets the R\'enyi entropy of non-extensive systems. In our model, the ordinary energy-momentum conservation law is not always valid. ByExpand
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Fractional Dirac bracket and quantization for constrained systems.
  • E. Abreu, C. Godinho
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
  • 22 February 2011
So far, it is not well known how to deal with dissipative systems. There are many paths of investigation in the literature and none of them present a systematic and general procedure to tackle theExpand
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New observational constraints on $f(R)$ gravity from cosmic chronometers
We use the recently released cosmic chronometer data and the latest measured value of the local Hubble parameter, combined with the latest joint light curves of Supernovae Type Ia, and BaryonExpand
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Jeans instability criterion from the viewpoint of Kaniadakis' statistics
In this letter we have derived the Jeans length in the context of the Kaniadakis statistics. We have compared this result with the Jeans length already obtained in the nonextensive Tsallis statisticsExpand
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Tsallis and Kaniadakis statistics from the viewpoint of entropic gravity formalism
It has been shown in the literature that effective gravitational constants, which are derived from Verlinde’s formalism, can be used to introduce the Tsallis and Kaniadakis statistics. This methodExpand
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Nonextensive statistics, entropic gravity and gravitational force in a non-integer dimensional space
Abstract Based on the connection between Tsallis nonextensive statistics and fractional dimensional space, in this work we have introduced, with the aid of Verlinde’s formalism, the Newton constantExpand
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Non-Gaussian thermostatistical considerations upon the Saha equation
The Saha equation provides the relation between two consecutive ionization state populations, like the Maxwell-Boltzmann velocity distribution of the atoms in a gas ensemble. Saha equation can alsoExpand
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Oscillations in the Tsallis income distribution
Abstract Oscillations in the complementary cumulative distribution function (CCDF) of individual income data have been found in the data of various countries studied by different authors at differentExpand
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