Anisotropic constant-roll inflation with noncommutative model and swampland conjectures

  title={Anisotropic constant-roll inflation with noncommutative model and swampland conjectures},
  author={J. Sadeghi and Saeed Noori Gashti},
In this paper, we study a constant-roll inflationary model in the presence of a noncommutative parameter with a homogeneous scalar field minimally coupled to gravity. The specific noncommutative inflation conditions proposed new consequences. On the other hand, we use anisotropic conditions and find new anisotropic constant-roll solutions with respect to noncommutative parameter. Also, we will plot some figures with respect to the specific values of the corresponding parameter and the swampland… 

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