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“…The cleanest representation the author found is given in [12] where on page 47 the Hartle -Hawking Wavefunction for minisuperspace cosmology, with a no boundary condition would lead to, if ( )…”
Section: What About Representative Wavefunctions Within the Radii Of 10^--3 Centimeters To 10^6 Kilometers?mentioning
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“…The cleanest representation the author found is given in [12] where on page 47 the Hartle -Hawking Wavefunction for minisuperspace cosmology, with a no boundary condition would lead to, if ( )…”
Section: What About Representative Wavefunctions Within the Radii Of 10^--3 Centimeters To 10^6 Kilometers?mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Then, use from [12] a saddle point solution to the Wheeler De Witt equation of the form Having said that, the term 0 V cold be set by Eq. ( 13) especially, and the main work for future work would be comparing Eq.…”
Section: What About Representative Wavefunctions Within the Radii Of 10^--3 Centimeters To 10^6 Kilometers?mentioning
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“…It is generically assumed that the supermomentum constraint identically vanishes and one can safely fix N i = 0 (see [17] for more details). Furthermore, β can be diagonalized and the eigenvalues can be parametrized as follows…”
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“…As supersymmetry involves fermions, its study requires quantum theory, unless only the scalar potential is considered as is usually done in supergravity and superstring cosmology [27]. On the other side, the homogeneity at the beginning of inflation has led to the consideration of homogeneous supergravity formulations [36]; see also [37]. Due to the dimensional reduction to one dimension, these formulations lack Lorentz constraints, which were implemented by hand in [38,39]; otherwise the theory has a quite complicated constraint algebra [40].…”
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