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The prediction of warm inﬂation lies well above the PLANCK threshold, with a speciﬁc angular dependence, should provide a means to test warm inﬂation observationally. Finally, in general terms, when we count with a more precise set of data about the detection of deviations from a Gaussian distribution will allow us to check the predictions from warm inﬂationary universe scenario, or any another speciﬁc theoretical model. 6. Acknowledgments Some of the perspectives presented here in this chapter incorporates the contributions I have developed with different colleagues.
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