Hubble Parameter Measurement Constraints on Holographic Dark Energy
National University of Singapore, Faculty of Science, Department of Physics, 2 Science Drive 3, Singapore 117551.
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Published online: 19 April 2019
We review and attempt to constrain the ΛCDM and XCDM models using 26 Hubble parameter against redshift data points from , , ,  and . Also known as the cosmic chronometers approach, these constraints are now almost as restrictive as or less than those from Type 1a Supernova (SN1a) apparent magnitude versus redshift data . Then, we attempt to constrain the Holographic Dark Energy model  using the aforementioned 26 H(z) measurement. Although interesting, errors for the H(z) could be less well estimated as it is a relatively new measure relative to SN1a data, which has been studied for a much longer time.
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