Effects of the quantization ambiguities on the Big Bounce dynamics
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In this paper, we investigate dynamics of the modified loop quantum cosmology models using dynamical systems methods. Modifications considered come from the choice of the different field strength operator F̂ and result in different forms of the effective Hamiltonian. Such an ambiguity of the choice of this expression from some class of functions is allowed in the framework of loop quantization. Our main goal is to show how such modifications can influence the bouncing universe scenario in the loop quantum cosmology. In effective models considered we classify all evolutional paths for all admissible initial conditions. The dynamics is reduced to the form of a dynamical system of the Newtonian type on a two-dimensional phase plane. These models are equivalent dynamically to the FRW models with the decaying effective cosmological term parameterized by the canonical variable p (or by the scale factor a). We demonstrate that the evolutional scenario depends on the geometrical constant parameter Λ as well as the model parameter n. We find that for the positive cosmological constant there is a class of oscillating models without the initial and final singularities. The new phenomenon is the appearance of curvature singularities for the finite values of the scale factor, but we find that for the positive cosmological constant these singularities can be avoided. The values of the parameter n and the cosmological constant differentiate asymptotic states of the evolution. For the positive cosmological constant the evolution begins at the asymptotic state in the past represented by the de Sitter contracting (deS−) spacetime or the static Einstein universe H = 0 or H = − ∞ state and reaches the de Sitter expanding state (deS+), the state H = 0 or H = + ∞ state. In the case of the negative cosmological constant we obtain the past and future asymptotic states as the Einstein static universes.
KeywordsLoop quantum cosmology Big bounce Dynamical systems
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