ICTP Lectures on Large Extra Dimensions

Gregory Gabadadze

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    Abstract

    I give a brief and elementary introduction to braneworld models with large extra dimensions. Three conceptually distinct scenarios are outlined: (i) Large compact extra dimensions; (ii) Warped extra dimensions; (iii) Infinite-volume extra dimensions. As an example I discuss in detail an application of (iii) to late-time cosmology and the acceleration problem of the Universe.
    Original languageUndefined
    Article numberhep-ph/0308112
    JournalarXiv
    StatePublished - Aug 11 2003

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    • hep-ph

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    Gabadadze, G. (2003). ICTP Lectures on Large Extra Dimensions. arXiv, [hep-ph/0308112].

    ICTP Lectures on Large Extra Dimensions. / Gabadadze, Gregory.

    In: arXiv, 11.08.2003.

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    Gabadadze G. ICTP Lectures on Large Extra Dimensions. arXiv. 2003 Aug 11. hep-ph/0308112.
    Gabadadze, Gregory. / ICTP Lectures on Large Extra Dimensions. In: arXiv. 2003.
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