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brane·world

 (brān′wûrld′)
n.
The theoretical, cosmological model described by branes in which our universe exists in a brane inside a higher-dimensional space called "the bulk."
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Subsequent chapters describe scalar perturbations, the anisotropy spectrum of the CMB radiation, dilaton phenomenology, and elements of brane cosmology. Gasperini (theoretical physics, U.
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Here the topics include recent developments on the interface of particle physics, string theory and cosmology, especially superstring aspects in low energy particle theory and cosmological applications such as moduli stabilization, dark matter and dark energy, baryigenesis, flavor and CP ciolation, neutrino physics, supersymmetry and extra dimensions, flux compacting, string model building and brane cosmology.