A comment on black hole entropy or does nature abhor a logarithm?

@article{Medved2004ACO,
  title={A comment on black hole entropy or does nature abhor a logarithm?},
  author={A. J. M. Medved},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={2004},
  volume={22},
  pages={133 - 142}
}
  • A. Medved
  • Published 10 June 2004
  • Physics
  • Classical and Quantum Gravity
There has been substantial interest, as of late, in the quantum-corrected form of the Bekenstein–Hawking black hole entropy. The consensus viewpoint is that the leading-order correction should be a logarithm of the horizon area; however, the value of the logarithmic prefactor remains a point of notable controversy. Very recently, Hod has employed statistical arguments that constrain this prefactor to be a non-negative integer. In the current paper, we invoke some independent considerations to… 

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