Anisotropic star models in the context of vanishing complexity

C. Arias, E. Contreras, E. Fuenmayor, A. Ramos

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We use the definition of complexity for static and self– gravitating objects to build up three physical general relativistic anisotropic models fulfilling the vanishing complexity condition which serves to provide the extra information needed to close the system of Einstein field equations. We evaluate the physical acceptability of these models by testing some of the conditions that the geometric and material sector must satisfy in order to be considered as reasonable realistic models. We present the results of this analysis by asserting that the studied cases demonstrate to be feasible and stable under the chosen set of parameters. Furthermore, the P=0 and the Consenza's anisotropy models that seem not satisfying the expect conditions are also discussed.

Idioma originalInglés
Número de artículo168671
PublicaciónAnnals of Physics
Volumen436
DOI
EstadoPublicada - ene. 2022

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