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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.43.1995.tde-28022014-112603
Document
Author
Full name
Hugo Carneiro Reis
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 1995
Supervisor
Committee
Eboli, Oscar Jose Pinto (President)
Gomes, Marcelo Otavio Caminha
Matsas, George
Silva, Adilson Jose da
Sotomayor, Patricio Aníbal Letelier
Title in Portuguese
Análise quântica da evolução de inomogeneidades em espaços curvos.
Keywords in Portuguese
Espaços curvos
Inomogeneidades
Princípios variacionais
Representação de schrödinger
Universo primordial
Abstract in Portuguese
Utilizando a representação funcional de schrodinger e um ansatz gaussiano simples, obtemos um conjunto de equações finitas para a matéria e gravitação em espaços homogêneos e inomogêneos.
Title in English
Analysis of quantum evolution of inhomogeneities in curved spaces.
Keywords in English
curved spaces
Inhomogeneities
Primordial universe
Schrödinger representation
Variational principles
Abstract in English
Using the formalism of functional Schrödinger representation and a simple Ansatz, we obtain a set of finite equations to the matter and gravitation in homogeneous and inhomogeneous spaces.
 
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