Effective Field Theory of Dark Energy: a Review

@inproceedings{Frusciante2019EffectiveFT,
  title={Effective Field Theory of Dark Energy: a Review},
  author={Noemi Frusciante and Louis Perenon},
  year={2019}
}
The discovery of cosmic acceleration has triggered a consistent body of theoretical work aimed at modeling its phenomenology and understanding its fundamental physical nature. In recent years, a powerful formalism that accomplishes both these goals has been developed, the so-called effective field theory of dark energy. It can capture the behavior of a wide class of modified gravity theories and classify them according to the imprints they leave on the smooth background expansion history of the… CONTINUE READING

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