Cosmic acceleration and M theory cosmology

@inproceedings{Neupane2004CosmicAA,
  title={Cosmic acceleration and M theory cosmology},
  author={Ishwaree P. Neupane},
  year={2004}
}
Ishwaree P. NeupaneDepartment of Physics, National Taiwan University, 106 Taipei, TaiwanCentral Department of Physics, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepalishwaree@phys.ntu.edu.twReceived (24 January 2004)Published (Day Month Year)This is a short overview of spatially flat (or open) four-dimensional accelerating cosmolo-gies for some simple exponential potentials obtained by string or M theory compactifi-cation on some non-trivial curved spaces, which may lead to some striking results, e.g.,the… 

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