General Gauss-Bonnet brane cosmology

@article{Charmousis2002GeneralGB,
  title={General Gauss-Bonnet brane cosmology},
  author={Christos Charmousis and Jean Francois Dufaux},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={2002},
  volume={19},
  pages={4671-4682}
}
We consider five-dimensional spacetimes of constant three-dimensional spatial curvature in the presence of a bulk cosmological constant. We find the general solution of such a configuration in the presence of a Gauss–Bonnet term. Two classes of non-trivial bulk solutions are found. The first class is valid only under a fine-tuning relation between the Gauss–Bonnet coupling constant and the cosmological constant of the bulk spacetime. The second class of solutions are static and are the… 

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