Wake Forest College: The Undergraduate College of Arts & Scienceshttp://hdl.handle.net/10339/259602015-03-31T08:24:23Z2015-03-31T08:24:23ZPrograms and data for Figure 9 for "Instability of global de Sitter space to particle creation," Physical Review D89, 104039 (2014)Anderson, Paul R.http://hdl.handle.net/10339/395202014-12-05T09:20:16Z2014-01-01T00:00:00ZPrograms and data for Figure 9 for "Instability of global de Sitter space to particle creation," Physical Review D89, 104039 (2014)
Anderson, Paul R.
Each fortran program is for different values of m and k and solves the mode equation for the Bunch-Davies state for that value of m and k. For this figure m = 10. The starting values for the modes which come from the Mathematica notebook were copied and pasted into the Fortran programs. Note that the Fortran programs all use the Numerical Recipies routine odebs and its subroutines to numerically solve the mode equation. This can easily be replaced by a call to any differential equation solver.
2014-01-01T00:00:00ZPrograms and data for Figures 6-8, 10-11 for "Instability of global de Sitter space to particle creation," Physical Review D89, 104039 (2014)Anderson, Paul R.http://hdl.handle.net/10339/395192014-12-05T09:20:38Z2014-01-01T00:00:00ZPrograms and data for Figures 6-8, 10-11 for "Instability of global de Sitter space to particle creation," Physical Review D89, 104039 (2014)
Anderson, Paul R.
Each fortran program is for different values of m and k and solves the mode equation for the Bunch-Davies state for that value of m and k. For this figure m = 1. The starting values for the modes which come from the Mathematica notebook were copied and pasted into the Fortran programs. Note that the Fortran programs all use the Numerical Recipies routine odebs and its subroutines to numerically solve the mode equation. This can easily be replaced by a call to any differential equation solver. See http://users.wfu.edu/anderson/research/downloads/dS_instability_2_2014/fig_6-8_10-11/ for additional information for each figure.
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2014-01-01T00:00:00ZPrograms and data for Figures 3-5 for "Instability of global de Sitter space to particle creation," Physical Review D89, 104039 (2014)Anderson, Paul R.http://hdl.handle.net/10339/395182014-12-05T09:20:38Z2014-01-01T00:00:00ZPrograms and data for Figures 3-5 for "Instability of global de Sitter space to particle creation," Physical Review D89, 104039 (2014)
Anderson, Paul R.
Data for Figure 3 for lambda = 1 and lambda = 5.
Data for Figure 4 for lambda = 0.1 and lambda = 1.
Data for Figure 5 for lambda = 0.1 and lambda = 1.
2014-01-01T00:00:00ZPrograms and data for Figure 14 for "Instability of global de Sitter space to particle creation," Physical Review D89, 104038 (2014)Anderson, Paul R.http://hdl.handle.net/10339/395172014-12-05T09:20:40Z2014-01-01T00:00:00ZPrograms and data for Figure 14 for "Instability of global de Sitter space to particle creation," Physical Review D89, 104038 (2014)
Anderson, Paul R.
The mode functions which are in pure de Sitter space are two of those which are plotted in Fig. 6 so the fortran programs and data files can be obtained there.
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