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Quantum Cosmology and the Probability of Inflation

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In this talk I will investigate the measure problem in cosmology. The motivation for constructing a probability measure for cosmology is to determine the probability of inflation. I will review the classical approach and its divergence problem. I will then construct a measure for quantum cosmology using the BFV path integral method.

This talk is part of the Cosmology Lunch series.

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