3 years ago

Holographic dark energy model in unimodular $f(T)$ gravity.

M. J. S. Houndjo, A. E. Godonou, J. Tossa

The present work deals with holographic dark energy in the context of unimodular $f(T)$ gravity, which is a modification of teleparallel gravity. We develop the general reconstruction procedure of the $f(T)$ form that can yield the holographic feature of the dark energy. We fit the reconstructed model with the $H(z)$ data and our results show a perfect agreement with the WMAP9 cosmological observational data, at least for the range $-1.10\leq \omega_V \leq -1.05$. We investigate the consistency of the reconstructed model by studying its stability against linear gravitational and matter perturbations, fixing $\omega_V$ to $-1.05$. The model presents stability for both de Sitter and power-law solutions and we conclude that it is a good candidate as alternative viable model for characterizing holographic dark energy.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1711.01923

DOI: arXiv:1711.01923v1

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