Quantum Black Holes
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The conventional way to set up a decent looking theory for interacting elementary particles is to take some set of classical fields, satisfying simple, polynomial field equations. These equations should be compatible with an extremum principle: they are taken to be the Euler-Lagrange equations generated by some Lagrange function L of the fields. One then “quantizes” the theory by replacing Poisson brackets by commutators.
KeywordsBlack Hole Radiation Temperature High Order Interaction Extremum Principle Quantum Black Hole
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