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Homogeneous/Inhomogeneous particle production 
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Feb713, 02:00 PM

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I'm currently self studying cosmology, and I've gathered a smattering of articles describing various particle production sources. These sources include production through Homogeneous/inhomogeneous regions. Unruh effect (cosmological HorizonDe Sitter), Hawking radiation. Parker particle production. The list goes on.
One thing I've been noticing is that all these various production regions are all describing regions of varying entropy/energy density regions. Has anyone come across research or papers that have reconciled the various productions into a more generic formalization? edit: here are some of the papers 


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Feb713, 05:11 PM

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Browse on the web. I do not know.



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Feb713, 05:15 PM

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I always browse the web first , The main similarities lies in the perturbations. These different situations are areas of high perturbations. I'd ask in QM forum but my understanding of QM mathematics is far worse.
edit: I just answered my own question . Follow the history of perturbation theory. 


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