Multiscale approach to inhomogeneous cosmologies

Wiegand A, Buchert T (2011)
arXiv:1103.1531.

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The backreaction of inhomogeneities on the global expansion history of theUniverse suggests a possible link of the formation of structures to the recentaccelerated expansion. In this paper, the origin of this conjecture isillustrated and a model without Dark Energy that allows for a more explicitinvestigation of this link is discussed. Additionally to this conceptuallyinteresting feature, the model leads to a LCDM-like distance-redshift relationthat is consistent with SN data.
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Wiegand A, Buchert T. Multiscale approach to inhomogeneous cosmologies. arXiv:1103.1531. 2011.
Wiegand, A., & Buchert, T. (2011). Multiscale approach to inhomogeneous cosmologies. arXiv:1103.1531.
Wiegand, A., and Buchert, T. (2011). Multiscale approach to inhomogeneous cosmologies. arXiv:1103.1531.
Wiegand, A., & Buchert, T., 2011. Multiscale approach to inhomogeneous cosmologies. arXiv:1103.1531.
A. Wiegand and T. Buchert, “Multiscale approach to inhomogeneous cosmologies”, arXiv:1103.1531, 2011.
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Wiegand, Alexander, and Buchert, Thomas. “Multiscale approach to inhomogeneous cosmologies”. arXiv:1103.1531 (2011).
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