Geometrical observational bounds on a fractal horizon holographic dark energy

@article{Dabrowski2020GeometricalOB,
  title={Geometrical observational bounds on a fractal horizon holographic dark energy},
  author={Mariusz P. Da̧browski and Vincenzo Salzano},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2020}
}
A novel fractal structure for the cosmological horizon, inspired by COVID-19 geometry, which results in a modified area entropy, is applied to cosmology in order to serve dark energy. The constraints based on a complete set of observational data are derived. There is a strong Bayesian evidence in favor of such a dark energy in comparison to a standard $\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Lambda}}\mathrm{CDM}$ model and that this energy cannot be reduced to a cosmological constant. Besides, there is a shift… 

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