The Deformed Two-Dimensional Black Hole

Teschner, J. (1999) The Deformed Two-Dimensional Black Hole.

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A deformation of the wave equation on a two-dimensional black hole is considered as a toy-model for possible gravitational or stringy nonlocal effects. The deformed wave-equation allows for an initial-value problem despite being nonlocal. The singularity present in the classical geometry is resolved by the deformation, so that propagation of a wave-packet can be continued through the classically singular region, ultimately reaching another asymptotically “flat” region.

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Date Deposited: 27 Sep 2017 15:38
Last Modified: 17 Dec 2022 10:10

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