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Classical Setting and Effective Dynamics for Spinfoam Cosmology

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Martin-Benito,  Mercedes
Canonical and Covariant Dynamics of Quantum Gravity, AEI Golm, MPI for Gravitational Physics, Max Planck Society;

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Livine, E. R., & Martin-Benito, M. (2013). Classical Setting and Effective Dynamics for Spinfoam Cosmology. Classical and quantum gravity, 30(3): 035006. doi:10.1088/0264-9381/30/3/035006.


Zitierlink: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-000F-51A4-9
Zusammenfassung
We explore how to extract effective dynamics from loop quantum gravity and spinfoams truncated to a finite fixed graph, with the hope of modeling symmetry-reduced gravitational systems. We particularize our study to the 2-vertex graph with N links. We describe the canonical data using the recent formulation of the phase space in terms of spinors, and implement a symmetry-reduction to the homogeneous and isotropic sector. From the canonical point of view, we construct a consistent Hamiltonian for the model and discuss its relation with Friedmann-Robertson-Walker cosmologies. Then, we analyze the dynamics from the spinfoam approach. We compute exactly the transition amplitude between initial and final coherent spin networks states with support on the 2-vertex graph, for the choice of the simplest two-complex (with a single space-time vertex). The transition amplitude verifies an exact differential equation that agrees with the Hamiltonian constructed previously. Thus, in our simple setting we clarify the link between the canonical and the covariant formalisms.