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Quantum aspects of chaos and complexity from bouncing cosmology: A study with two-mode single field squeezed state formalism

@article{Bhargava2020QuantumAO,
  title={Quantum aspects of chaos and complexity from bouncing cosmology: A study with two-mode single field squeezed state formalism},
  author={Parth Bhargava and Sayantan Choudhury and Satyaki Chowdhury and Anurag Mishara and Sachin Panneer Selvam and S. Panda and Gabriel D. Pasquino},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory},
  year={2020}
}
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