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Hamilton-Jacobi formalism for Generalized Chaplygin Gas models

@inproceedings{Ignatov2021HamiltonJacobiFF,
  title={Hamilton-Jacobi formalism for Generalized Chaplygin Gas models},
  author={Yordan Ignatov and Mauro Pieroni},
  year={2021}
}
In this work we discuss the application of the Hamilton-Jacobi formalism on the scalar field implementation of Generalized Chaplygin Gas models. This corresponds to a Generalised Born-Infeld action for the scalar field, which in an initial fast-rolling phase mimics a matter-like behavior and in the final slow-rolling phase mimics a cosmological constant. In order to enrich the phenomenology of the model, we add an extra functional freedom, specified through a scalar potential for the field… 

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