Dilaton gravity in two-dimensions

@article{Grumiller2002DilatonGI,
  title={Dilaton gravity in two-dimensions},
  author={D. Grumiller and W. Kummer and D. Vassilevich},
  journal={Physics Reports},
  year={2002},
  volume={369},
  pages={327-430}
}
Abstract The study of general two-dimensional models of gravity allows to tackle basic questions of quantum gravity, bypassing important technical complications which make the treatment in higher dimensions difficult. As the physically important examples of spherically symmetric Black Holes, together with string inspired models, belong to this class, valuable knowledge can also be gained for these systems in the quantum case. In the last decade, new insights regarding the exact quantization of… Expand
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