Black holes, black rings and their microstates

@article{Bena2007BlackHB,
  title={Black holes, black rings and their microstates},
  author={Iosif Bena and Nicholas P. Warner},
  journal={Lecture Notes in Physics},
  year={2007},
  volume={755},
  pages={1-92}
}
In this review article, we describe some of the recent progress towards the construction and analysis of three-charge configurations in string theory and supergravity. We begin by describing the Born-Infeld construction of three-charge supertubes with two dipole charges and then discuss the general method of constructing three-charge solutions in five dimensions. We explain in detail the use of these methods to construct black rings, black holes, as well as smooth microstate geometries with… 
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