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Inflationary Cosmology: Progress and Problems

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Part of the Astrophysics and Space Science Library book series (ASSL, volume 247)

Abstract

These lecture notes intend to form a short pedagogical introduction to inflationary cosmology, highlighting selected areas of recent progress such as reheating and the theory of cosmological perturbations. Problems of principle for inflationary cosmology are pointed out, and some new attempts at solving them are indicated, including a nonsingular Universe construction by means of higher derivative terms in the gravitational action, and the study of back-reaction of cosmological perturbations.

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Scalar Field Parametric Resonance False Vacuum Cosmological Constant Problem Cosmological Perturbation 
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