Cosmography and large scale structure by f(R) gravity: new results

  title={Cosmography and large scale structure by f(R) gravity: new results},
  author={Salvatore Capozziello and Vincenzo Salzano},
  journal={Advances in Astronomy},
The so-called 𝑓(𝑅)-gravity has recently attracted a lot of interest since it could be, in principle, able to explain the accelerated expansion of the Universe without adding unknown forms of dark energy/dark matter but, more simply, extending the General Relativity by generic functions of the Ricci scalar. However, apart several phenomenological models, there is no final 𝑓(𝑅)-theory capable of fitting all the observations and addressing all the issues related to the presence of dark energy… 
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