Friedmann model

[ freed-muhn ]
/ ˈfrid mən /

noun Astronomy.

any model of the universe deduced from a homogeneous, isotropic solution of Einstein's field equations without a cosmological constant. Such models form the mathematical basis for many modern cosmologies and provide for expansion or contraction of the universe.

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Origin of Friedmann model

named after Alexander Friedmann, (1885–1925), Russian mathematician, who made the necessary calculations in 1922
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