3D holography: from discretum to continuum

  title={3D holography: from discretum to continuum},
  author={V. Bonzom and B. Dittrich},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  • V. Bonzom, B. Dittrich
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • Journal of High Energy Physics
  • A bstractWe study the one-loop partition function of 3D gravity without cosmological constant on the solid torus with arbitrary metric fluctuations on the boundary. To this end we employ the discrete approach of (quantum) Regge calculus. In contrast with similar calculations performed directly in the continuum, we work with a boundary at finite distance from the torus axis. We show that after taking the continuum limit on the boundary — but still keeping finite distance from the torus axis… CONTINUE READING
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