CONSTRAINTS ON HOLOGRAPHIC DARK ENERGY MODELS USING THE DIFFERENTIAL AGES OF PASSIVELY EVOLVING GALAXIES

@article{Yi2007CONSTRAINTSOH,
  title={CONSTRAINTS ON HOLOGRAPHIC DARK ENERGY MODELS USING THE DIFFERENTIAL AGES OF PASSIVELY EVOLVING GALAXIES},
  author={Ze-Long Yi and Tong-Jie Zhang},
  journal={Modern Physics Letters A},
  year={2007},
  volume={22},
  pages={41-53}
}
Using the absolute ages of passively evolving galaxies observed at different redshifts, one can obtain the differential ages, the derivative of redshift z with respect to the cosmic time t (i.e. dz/dt). Thus, the Hubble parameter H(z) can be measured through the relation H(z) = -(dz/dt)/(1+z). By comparing the measured Hubble parameter at different redshifts with the theoretical one containing free cosmological parameters, one can constrain current cosmological models. In this paper, we use… Expand

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