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International Conference "Irreversibility Problem in Classical and Quantum Dynamical Systems"
December 9, 2011 12:30, Moscow
 


Cosmological daemon

I. Ya. Aref'eva

Steklov Mathematical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences
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Abstract: The Big Bang cosmological models of the universe contain a singularity at the start of time, hence the time variable in the field equations should run over a half-line. Nonlocal string field theory equations with infinite number of derivatives are considered and an important difference between nonlocal operators on the whole real line and on a half-line is pointed out. It is shown that on the half-line in addition to the usual initial data a new arbitrary function (external source) occurs that we call the daemon function. The daemon function governs the evolution of the universe similar to Maxwell's demon in thermodynamics. The universe and multiverse are open systems interacting with the daemon environment. In the simplest case the nonlocal scalar field reduces to the usual local scalar field coupled with an external source which is discussed in the stochastic approach to inflation. The daemon source helps to get the chaotic inflation scenario with a small scalar field.

References
  1. Ya. Aref'eva, I. V. Volovich, “Cosmological daemon”, JHEP, 1108 (2011), 102, 31 pp., arXiv: 1103.0273  crossref  adsnasa  scopus


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