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Black Hole-String Correspondence

@inproceedings{Susskind2021BlackHC,
  title={Black Hole-String Correspondence},
  author={Leonard Susskind},
  year={2021}
}
I was asked to give a brief review of the black hole-string correspondence [1] as a warm-up for a longer SITP-group discussion of a recent paper by Chen, Maldacena, and Witten [2]. Here are my notes in written form. ar X iv :2 11 0. 12 61 7v 2 [ he pth ] 2 6 O ct 2 02 1 

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