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Warm-viscous inflation model on the brane in the light of BICEP2

@article{Setare2013WarmviscousIM,
  title={Warm-viscous inflation model on the brane in the light of BICEP2},
  author={M. R. Setare and Vahid Kamali},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
  year={2013}
}
In the present work warm inflationary universe model with viscous pressure on the brane in high-dissipation regime is studied. We derive a condition which is required for this model to be realizable in slow-roll approximation. We also present analytic expressions for density perturbation and amplitude of tensor perturbation in longitudinal gauge. General expressions of tensor-to-scalar ratio, scalar spectral index and its running are obtained. We develop our model by using chaotic potential… 
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