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Nariai metric is the first example of the singularity free model  [PDF]
Naresh Dadhich
Physics , 2001,
Abstract: This is just to point out that the Nariai metric is the first example of the singularity free expanding perfect fluid cosmological model satisfying the weak energy condition, $\rho>0, \rho+p=0$. It is a conformally non-flat Einstein space.
Dressing a Naked Singularity: an Example  [PDF]
C. F. C. Brandt,R. Chan,M. F. A. da Silva,J. F. Villas da Rocha
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1142/S0218271810016439
Abstract: Considering the evolution of a perfect fluid with self-similarity of the second kind, we have found that an initial naked singularity can be trapped by an event horizon due to collapsing matter. The fluid moves along time-like geodesics with a self-similar parameter $\alpha = -3$. Since the metric obtained is not asymptotically flat, we match the spacetime of the fluid with a Schwarzschild spacetime. All the energy conditions are fulfilled until the naked singularity.
Tachyon field in loop quantum cosmology: An example of traversable singularity  [PDF]
Li-Fang Li,Jian-Yang Zhu
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.79.124011
Abstract: Loop quantum cosmology (LQC) predicts a nonsingular evolution of the universe through a bounce in the high energy region. But LQC has an ambiguity about the quantization scheme. Recently, the authors in [Phys. Rev. D 77, 124008 (2008)] proposed a new quantization scheme. Similar to others, this new quantization scheme also replaces the big bang singularity with the quantum bounce. More interestingly, it introduces a quantum singularity, which is traversable. We investigate this novel dynamics quantitatively with a tachyon scalar field, which gives us a concrete example. Our result shows that our universe can evolve through the quantum singularity regularly, which is different from the classical big bang singularity. So this singularity is only a week singularity.
Algebraizable Logics and a functorial encoding of its morphisms  [PDF]
Darllan Concei??o Pinto,Hugo Luiz Mariano
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: The present work presents some results about the categorial relation between logics and its categories of structures. A (propositional, finitary) logic is a pair given by a signature and Tarskian consequence relation on its formula algebra. The logics are the objects in our categories of logics; the morphisms are certain signature morphisms that are translations between logics ([AFLM1],[AFLM2],[AFLM3] [FC]). Morphisms between (Lindenbaum) algebraizable logics ([BP]) are translations that preserves algebraizing pairs ([MaMe]): they can be completely encoded by certain functors defined on the quasi-variety canonically associated to the algebraizable logics. This kind of results can be usefull in the development of a categorial approach to the representation theory of general logics ([MaPi])
Chronology Protection and Non-Naked Singularity  [PDF]
Kengo Maeda,Akihiro Ishibashi,Makoto Narita
Physics , 1998, DOI: 10.1088/0264-9381/15/6/018
Abstract: We test the chronology protection conjecture in classical general relativity by investigating finitely vicious space-times. First we present singularity theorems in finitely vicious space-times by imposing some restrictions on the chronology violating sets. In the theorems we can refer to the location of an occurring singularity and do not assume any asymptotic conditions such as the existence of null infinities. Further introducing the concept of a non-naked singularity, we show that a restricted class of chronology violations cannot arise if all occurring singularities are the non-naked singularities. Our results suggest that the causal feature of the occurring singularities is the key to prevent the appearance of causality violation.
Matching branches of non-perturbative conformal block at its singularity divisor  [PDF]
H. Itoyama,A. Mironov,A. Morozov
Mathematics , 2014, DOI: 10.1007/s11232-015-0305-z
Abstract: Conformal block is a function of many variables, usually represented as a formal series, with coefficients which are certain matrix elements in the chiral (e.g. Virasoro) algebra. Non-perturbative conformal block is a multi-valued function, defined globally over the space of dimensions, with many branches and, perhaps, additional free parameters, not seen at the perturbative level. We discuss additional complications of non-perturbative description, caused by the fact that all the best studied examples of conformal blocks lie at the singularity locus in the moduli space (at divisors of the coefficients or, simply, at zeroes of the Kac determinant). A typical example is the Ashkin-Teller point, where at least two naive non-perturbative expressions are provided by elliptic Dotsenko-Fateev integral and by the celebrated Zamolodchikov formula in terms of theta-constants, and they are different. The situation is somewhat similar at the Ising and other minimal model points.
Existence of non-algebraic singularities of differential equation  [PDF]
Yohann Genzmer,Lo?c Teyssier
Mathematics , 2009, DOI: 10.1016/j.jde.2009.10.001
Abstract: An algebraizable singularity is a germ of a singular holomorphic foliation which can be defined in some appropriate local chart by a differential equation with algebraic coefficients. We show that there exists at least countably many saddle-node singularities of the complex plane that are not algebraizable.
Covering coalgebras and dual non-singularity  [PDF]
Christian Lomp,Virginia Rodrigues
Mathematics , 2006,
Abstract: Localisation is an important technique in ring theory and yields the construction of various rings of quotients. Colocalisation in comodule categories has been investigated by some authors where the colocalised coalgebra turned out to be a suitable subcoalgebra. Rather then aiming at a subcoalgebra we look at possible coalgebra covers p:D->>C that could play the role of a dual quotient object. Codense covers will dualise dense (or rational) extensions; a maximal codense cover construction for coalgebras with projective covers is proposed. We also look at a dual non-singularity concept for modules which turns out to be the comodule-theoretic property that turns the dual algebra of a coalgebra into a non-singular ring. As a corollary we deduce that hereditary coalgebras and hence path coalgebras are non-singular in the above sense. We also look at coprime coalgebras and Hopf algebras which are non-singular as coalgebras.
Quantum gravitational collapse: non-singularity and non-locality  [PDF]
Eric Greenwood,Dejan Stojkovic
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1088/1126-6708/2008/06/042
Abstract: We investigate gravitational collapse in the context of quantum mechanics. We take primary interest in the behavior of the collapse near the horizon and near the origin (classical singularity) from the point of view of an infalling observer. In the absence of radiation, quantum effects near the horizon do not change the classical conclusions for an infalling observer, meaning the horizon is not an obstacle for him. However, quantum effects are able to remove the classical singularity at the origin, since the wave function is non-singular at the origin. Also, near the classical singularity, some non-local effects become important. In the Schrodinger equation describing behavior near the origin, derivatives of the wave function at one point are related to the value of the wave function at some other distant point.
Singularity-free Cosmological Solutions with Non-rotating Perfect Fluids  [PDF]
A. K. Raychaudhuri
Physics , 2002, DOI: 10.1023/B:GERG.0000010480.06584.d6
Abstract: The paper establishes the result that solutions of the type described in the title of the article are only those that have been already presented in the literature. The procedure adopted in the paper is somewhat novel - while the usual practice is to display an exact solution and then to examine whether it is singularity free, the present paper discovers the conditions which a singularity free solution of the desired type must satistfy. There is no attempt to obtain exact solutions. Simply, the conditions that were ad-hoc introduced in the deduction of singularity free solutions are here shown to follow from the requirement of non-singularity.
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