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Beyond perturbation theory in inflation

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Deviations from Gaussianity in inflation are usually calculated using perturbation theory. This method, however, fails for unlikely events on the tail of the probability distribution, like the formation of a primordial black hole. I explain how one can explore these unlikely events using semiclassical methods and then discuss the case of resonant non-Gaussianity.

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