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Extended Ricci and holographic dark energy models in fractal cosmology

  • M. Salti
  • M. Korunur
  • I. Acikgoz
Regular Article

Abstract

We consider the fractal Friedmann-Robertson-Walker universe filled with dark fluid. By making use of this assumption, we discuss two types of dark energy models: Generalized Ricci and generalized holographic dark energies. We calculate the equation-of-state parameters, investigate some special limits of the results and discuss the physical implications via graphs. Also, we reconstruct the potential and the dynamics of the quintessence and k-essence (kinetic-quintessence) according to the results obtained for the fractal dark energy.

Keywords

Dark Matter Dark Energy Dark Energy Model Holographic Dark Energy Dark Energy Density 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Physics Department of Science FacultyDicle UniversityDiyarbakirTurkey

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