... which has the new feature of introducing discontinuities in the wave function itself. In spite of such discontinuities, the Hamiltonian remains self-adjoint and the quan- tum theory describes well-defined unitary ...

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... Note that a boundary term at the horizon (center of the solid torus) does not appear because (2.4) is a covariant action. There is a key difference between the covariant and Hamiltonian actions. The Hamiltonian action is ...

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... BTZ **black** hole possesses constant curva- ture, and therefore it is locally indistinguishable from global AdS ...BTZ **black** **holes** led some authors to look for higher-dimensional generalizations, ...

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... Supermassive **black** **holes** ( SMBHs ) are ubiquitous in local, massive galaxies ( Kormendy & Ho 2013; Graham 2016 ) ...these **black** **holes** came into existance, and how they evolved over cosmic ...

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... supermassive **black** **holes** at the center of their nuclei: (1) the Seyfert 2 galaxies and LINERs follow the same characteristic power law relating the luminosity of the ionized flux with that of the continuum; ...

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... massive **black** **holes** (BHs) at their centres is nowadays a well established observational fact (see Gültekin et ...massive **black** hole binaries (BHBs), following galaxy mergers throughout cosmic ...

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... but both solution enjoys an anisotropy along one of the coordinates of the event horizon responsible of the violation of the hyperscaling property. On one hand, a simple calculation shows that the Cardy-Verlinde formula ...

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... In order to stress this point, let us recall a few basic facts of the Vasiliev equations (leaving further details for section 2). Conceptually speaking, the equations are analogs of the constraints on the super-torsion ...

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... We study to what extent the Cardy formula is valid in the context of three- dimensional massive gravity (bigravity). Since this theory has local bulk local excitations (a massive graviton) and **black** **holes** ...

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... of **black** hole mechanics are closely related and each of them can be derived from the ...of **black** **holes** mechanics have shown to be possible for some particular magnetic solutions in four dimensions ...

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... A **black** hole is a solution of General Relativity with nontrivial causal structure, which has been focus of study in fundamental physics in the last ...Kerr-AdS **black** hole for an arbitrary dimension D, with ...

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... The **black** **holes** in the Einstein frame, and their geometrical and thermodynamic properties deserve further attention and they are interesting enough as to be considered in a future ...the **black** ...

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... of **black** **holes** with Lifshitz asymptotics can then be recovered from the corresponding generalization of Cardy formula, provided the ground state is identified as a ...

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... massive **black** **holes** and their host galaxies in this cosmologically important z ≈ 2 ...the **black**-hole masses of the X-ray-obscured SMGs, and the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA; Kawakatu et ...

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... massive **black** **holes** may thus lurk just below the detection limit of deep X-ray AGN ...low-mass **black** **holes** in z ∼ ...of **black** hole for- mation and growth in the universe and the ...

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... supermassive **black** **holes** (SMBHs) in the universe ...massive **black** **holes** as the local demography of **black** **holes** suggests? We are now in a position to examine this issue with ...

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... (non-quantum) **Black** **Holes** may appear as the result of considering the superposition of massive ...classical **Black** **Holes** has lead to the definition of microscopic quantities that re- semble ...

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... violation **black** **holes** refer to **black** hole solutions whose asymptotic forms match with the metric (32), see, ...violation **black** **holes** can be enlarged by relaxing the fact that the ...

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... **Black** **holes** are probably among the most fascinating objects populating our ...and **black** hole thermodynamics, provide a rich testing ground for quantum gravity ...of **black** **holes** within a ...

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... condition”. **Black** hole properties, such as horizon structure, Hawking temper- ature, Bekenstein-Hawking entropy as well as asymptotic properties, are discussed in ...classical **black** hole solutions, ...

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