U-duality and M-theory cosmology

  • Burt A. Ovrut
Super p-Branes And M-Theory
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 524)


A manifestly U-duality covariant approach to M-theory cosmology is discussed and applied to cosmologies in dimension D=5.


Einstein Frame Asymptotic Region Branch Solution Breathing Mode Maximal Supergravity 
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