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Clues from the late-time boundary of de Sitter

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In this talk we will introduce operators at the late-time boundary of de Sitter that capture the late time physics of scalar fields, and focus on their two-point functions. We will refer to these operators as late-time operators. We will discuss certain properties which make them recognizable as the unitary irreducible representations of the de Sitter group SO(d+1,1), and their contribution to scalar field and conjugate momentum two-point functions computed using both wavefunction and canonical quantization methods. By focusing on these late-time operators and their correlation functions our goal is to gather clues about the holographic aspects of de Sitter spacetime guided by group theoretical notions.

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