Latest Supernova data in the framework of Generalized Chaplygin Gas model

@inproceedings{OBertolami2004LatestSD,
  title={Latest Supernova data in the framework of Generalized Chaplygin Gas model},
  author={O.Bertolami and Aasen and S.Sen and P.T.Silva},
  year={2004}
}
  • O.Bertolami, Aasen, +1 author P.T.Silva
  • Published 2004
  • Physics
  • We use the most recent Type-Ia Supernova data in order to study the dark energy - dark matter unification approach in the context of the Generalized Chaplygin Gas (GCG) model. Rather surprisingly, we find that data allow models with $\alpha>1$. We have studied how the GCG adjusts flat and non-flat models, and our results show that GCG is consistent with flat case upto 68% confidence level. Actually this holds even if one relaxes the flat prior assumption. We have also analysed what one should… CONTINUE READING