Cosmological bouncing solutions in f(T, B) gravity

@article{Caruana2020CosmologicalBS,
  title={Cosmological bouncing solutions in f(T, B) gravity},
  author={Maura Caruana and Gabriel Farrugia and Jackson Levi Said},
  journal={The European Physical Journal C},
  year={2020},
  volume={80}
}
Teleparallel Gravity offers the possibility of reformulating gravity in terms of torsion by exchanging the Levi-Civita connection with the Weitzenböck connection which describes torsion rather than curvature. Surprisingly, Teleparallel Gravity can be formulated to be equivalent to general relativity for a appropriate setup. Our interest lies in exploring an extension of this theory in which the Lagrangian takes the form of f(T, B) where T and B are two scalars that characterize the equivalency… 

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