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From Big Crunch to Big Bang with AdS/CFT

@article{Turok2007FromBC,
  title={From Big Crunch to Big Bang with AdS/CFT},
  author={Neil Turok and Ben Craps and Thomas Hertog},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory},
  year={2007}
}
The AdS/CFT correspondence is used to describe five-dimensional cosmology with a big crunch singularity in terms of super-Yang-Mills theory on R times S^3 deformed by a potential which is unbounded below. Classically, a Higgs field in the dual theory rolls to infinity in finite time. But since the S^3 is finite, the unstable mode spreads quantum mechanically and the singularity is resolved when self-adjoint boundary conditions are imposed at infinity. Asymptotic freedom of the coupling… Expand

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