## 76 Citations

### Completely localized gravity with higher curvature terms

- Physics
- 2001

In the intersecting braneworld models, higher curvature corrections to the Einstein action are necessary to provide a non-trivial geometry (brane tension) at the brane junctions. By introducing such…

### Cosmology of intersecting brane-world models in Gauss–Bonnet gravity

- Physics
- 2004

We study the cosmological properties of a codimension two brane world that sits at the intersection between two four-branes, in the framework of six-dimensional Einstein–Gauss–Bonnet gravity. Due to…

### Scalar-Tensor Gravity on a Gauss-Bonnet Brane World

- Physics
- 2004

The effective four-dimensional, linearised gravity for a brane world model with higher order curvature terms and a bulk scalar field is analysed. Large and small distance gravitational laws are…

### Gauss-Bonnet gravity renders negative tension braneworlds unstable

- Physics
- 2004

We show that the addition of the Gauss-Bonnet term to Einstein gravity induces a tachyon mode in the spin two fluctuations of the Randall-Sundrum I model. We demonstrate that this instability is…

### Braneworld Inflation with Induced Gravity and Curvature Effect

- Physics
- 2011

We construct a general braneworld inflation scenario where the inflaton field evolves on the DGP brane and curvature effects are taken into account via incorporation of the Gauss—Bonnet term in the…

### Gauss–Bonnet cosmology with induced gravity and a non-minimally coupled scalar field on the brane

- Physics
- 2008

We construct a cosmological model with a non-minimally coupled scalar field on the brane, where Gauss–Bonnet and induced gravity effects are taken into account. This model has 5D character at both…

### Scalar brane backgrounds in higher order curvature gravity

- Physics, Mathematics
- 2003

We investigate maximally symmetric brane world solutions with a scalar field. Five-dimensional bulk gravity is described by a general lagrangian which yields field equations containing no higher than…

### FRIEDMANN–ROBERTSON–WALKER BRANE COSMOLOGICAL EQUATIONS FROM THE FIVE-DIMENSIONAL BULk (A)dS BLACK HOLE

- Physics
- 2002

In the first part of this work we review the equations of motion for the brane presented in Friedmann–Robertson–Walker (FRW) form, when the bulk is five-dimensional (A)dS Black Hole. The spacelike…

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### The Einstein Equations on the 3-BRANE World:. a Window to Extra Dimensions

- Physics
- 2000

We carefully investigate the gravitational equations of the brane world, in which all the matter forces except gravity are confined on the 3-brane in a 5-dimensional spacetime with $Z_2$ symmetry. We…

### Consistency of higher derivative gravity in the brane background

- Physics
- 2000

We consider the theory of higher derivative gravity with non-factorizable Randall-Sundrum type space-time and obtain the metric solutions which characterize the p-brane world-volume as a curved or…

### Brane versus shell cosmologies in Einstein and Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet theories

- Physics
- 2000

We first illustrate on a simple example how, in existing brane cosmological models, the connection of a 'bulk' region to its mirror image creates matter on the 'brane'. Next, we present a…

### Domain walls and massive gauged supergravity potentials

- Physics
- 2000

We point out that massive gauged supergravity potentials, for example those arising due to the massive breathing mode of sphere reductions in M-theory or string theory, allow for supersymmetric…

### String-Inspired Higher-Curvature Terms and the Randall-Sundrum Scenario

- Physics
- 2000

We consider the O( 0 ) string eective action, with Gauss-Bonnet curvaturesquared and forth-order dilaton-derivative terms, which is derived by a matching procedure with string amplitudes in ve…