Submissions from Jaqueline L. S. Arroyo
 [1] faKiv:1912.08194 [pdf]

Can nonperturbative matter drive the cosmological evolution?Comments: 9 pages, 7 figures, v4: minor changes, The published version
For any cosmological model, there exists a nonperturbative solution of the cosmological equation that is not necessarily the result of a simple dynamical system. In this article, we study the possibility that this nonperturbative cosmological solution can induce a change in the cosmological dynamics. Many of these changes, however, are nonperturbative in nature. We find that if the model is driven by a nonperturbative matter, the resulting cosmological scenario can be illustrated in the following way: We focus on the model that is able to drive a change in the cosmological equation. As a result, we find that the model is able to drive a change in the cosmological equation. In this case, the universe would experience a change in the cosmological equation.