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Metrics on End-Periodic Manifolds as Models for Dark Matter

@inproceedings{Duston2021MetricsOE,
  title={Metrics on End-Periodic Manifolds as Models for Dark Matter},
  author={Christopher Levi Duston},
  year={2021}
}
  • C. Duston
  • Published 1 September 2021
  • Physics, Mathematics
In this paper we will detail an approach to generate metrics and matter models on end-periodic manifolds, which are used extensively in the study of the exotic smooth structures of R. We will present three distinct examples, discuss their associated matter models by solving the Einstein equations, and determine their physical viability by examining the energy conditions. We will also compare one of the models directly with existing models of matter distributions in extragalactic systems, to… 

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