Inflation solves several cosmological problems at the classical and quantum level, with a strong agreement between the theoretical predictions of well-motivated inflationary models and observations. In this Letter, we study the corrections induced by dynamical collapse models, which phenomenologically solve the quantum measurement problem, to the power spectrum of the comoving curvature perturbation during inflation and the radiation-dominated era. We find that the corrections are strongly negligible for the reference values of the collapse parameters.
- Cosmology: Observations
- collapse models