DBI Galileon inflation in the light of Planck 2015

@article{Kumar2015DBIGI,
  title={DBI Galileon inflation in the light of Planck 2015},
  author={K. Sravan Kumar and Juan Carlos Bueno S{\'a}nchez and Celia Escamilla-Rivera and Jo{\~a}o Pedro Marto and Paulo Vargas Moniz},
  journal={Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics},
  year={2015},
  volume={2016},
  pages={063 - 063}
}
In this work we consider a DBI Galileon (DBIG) inflationary model and constrain its parameter space with the Planck 2015 and BICEP2/Keck array and Planck (BKP) joint analysis data by means of a potential independent analysis. We focus our attention on inflationary solutions characterized by a constant or varying sound speed as well as warp factor. We impose bounds on stringy aspects of the model, such as the warp factor (f) and the induced gravity parameter (m̃). We study the parameter space of… 
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