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Singularity resolution in gravitational collapse

@inproceedings{Mosani2021SingularityRI,
  title={Singularity resolution in gravitational collapse},
  author={Karim Mosani and Dipanjan Kumar Dey and Kaushik Bhattacharya and Pankaj S. Joshi},
  year={2021}
}
We investigate the unhindered gravitational collapse of a homogeneous scalar field with nonzero potential, a two-dimensional analog of the Mexican hat-shaped Higgs field potential. We prove that the density dependence on the scale factor cannot be expressed as an algebraic function in such a scenario. For a certain transcendental expression of the density of such field as a function of scale factor, we then show that the collapse evolves to a singularity at an infinite comoving time, which is… 

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