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Type: Artigo
Title: Holography in a background-independent effective theory
Author: Torrieri, G.
Abstract: We discuss the meaning of the strong equivalence principle when applied to a quantum field theory. We show that, because of unitary inequivalence of accelerated frames, the only way for the strong equivalence principle to apply exactly is to add a boundary term representing the decoherence of degrees of freedom leaving the observable region of the bulk. We formulate the constraints necessary for the partition function to be covariant with respect to non-inertial transformations and argue that, when the non-unitary part is expressed as a functional integral over the horizon, holography arises naturally as a consequence of the equivalence principle.
We discuss the meaning of the strong equivalence principle when applied to a quantum field theory. We show that, because of unitary inequivalence of accelerated frames, the only way for the strong equivalence principle to apply exactly is to add a boundary term representing the decoherence of degrees of freedom leaving the observable region of the bulk. We formulate the constraints necessary for the partition function to be covariant with respect to non-inertial transformations and argue that, when the non-unitary part is expressed as a functional integral over the horizon, holography arises naturally as a consequence of the equivalence principle.
Subject: Holografia
Princípio da equivalência (Física)
Country: Cingapura
Editor: World Scientific Publishing
Citation: Holography In A Background-independent Effective Theory. World Scientific Publ Co Pte Ltd, v. 12, p. AUG-2015.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1142/S0219887815500759
Address: https://www.worldscientific.com/doi/abs/10.1142/S0219887815500759
Date Issue: 2015
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