A practical treatise on Fourier's theorem and harmonic by Albert Eagle

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90) We may note, in general, that the relative importance of the matter sources with respect to the curvature is measured by the ratio (see Eq. 91) (normalized in such a way that one recovers the usual critical energy–density ratio, = = c , when is constant and the metric is isotropic). 92) which is obviously ∞ = 1 for the isotropic, radiation-dominated background with i = 1=d and constant dilaton. 39) presented in the previous subsection can be directly recovered from Eqs. 90), respectively. As before, we have invariance 1 under time re ections and under the duality transformation ai → a− i → − i .

1) i If the above equations represented a general quasi-homogeneous solution, the Z2d generalization of scale-factor duality would be explicitly respected in the form i (x) → − i (x) (for any subset of indices i), while keeping all eia (x) and ÿxed. However, the momentum constraints still have to be imposed on Eq. 1): they are trivial in the homogeneous case, but quite non-trivial in the presence of spatial gradients. These constraints preserve the simplest scale-factor duality [ i (x) → − i (x) for all i], but explicitly break its Z2d generalization [134].

5. Frame-independence: which is the “right” metric? 3, an S-frame in ationary solution of the string cosmology equations, when transformed to the E-frame, tends to describe a phase of accelerated contraction. This is strictly true only for isotropic backgrounds because, if the metric is anisotropic, and there is a large enough number of (S-frame) contracting dimensions, the other dimensions may keep expanding (and accelerated) in both frames. 22), corresponding to d expanding and n contracting dimensions.

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