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Teleparallel Gravity: From Theory to Cosmology

  title={Teleparallel Gravity: From Theory to Cosmology},
  author={Sebastian Bahamonde and Konstantinos F. Dialektopoulos and Celia Escamilla-Rivera and Gabriel Farrugia and Viktor Gakis and Martin Hendry and Manuel Hohmann and Jackson Levi Said and Jurgen Mifsud and Eleonora Di Valentino},
Teleparallel gravity has significantly increased in popularity in recent decades, bringing attention to Einstein's other theory of gravity. In this Review, we relate this form of geometry to the broader metric-affine approach to forming gravitational theories where we describe a systematic way of constructing consistent teleparallel theories that respect certain physical conditions such as local Lorentz invariance. We first use teleparallel gravity to formulate a teleparallel equivalent of… 
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  • Qiang Wu, Tao Zhu, Rui Niu, Wen Zhao, Anzhong Wang
  • Physics
    Physical Review D
  • 2022
Qiang Wu, Tao Zhua,b,∗ Rui Niu, Wen Zhaoc,d,† and Anzhong Wange‡ a Institute for theoretical physics and cosmology, Zhejiang University of Technology, Hangzhou, 310032, China b United Center for
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