Can inflating braneworlds be stabilized

@article{Frolov2004CanIB,
  title={Can inflating braneworlds be stabilized},
  author={Andrei V. Frolov and Lev Kofman},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2004},
  volume={69},
  pages={044021}
}
We investigate scalar perturbations from inflation in braneworld cosmologies with extra dimensions. For this we calculate scalar metric fluctuations around five dimensional warped geometry with four dimensional de Sitter slices. The background metric is determined self-consistently by the (arbitrary) bulk scalar field potential, supplemented by the boundary conditions at both orbifold branes. Assuming that the inflating branes are stabilized (by the brane scalar field potentials), we estimate… 

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