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Effects of the acceleration on holographic complexity

  title={Effects of the acceleration on holographic complexity},
  author={Koichi Nagasaki},
In this work we consider a spacial kind of spacetime called AdS accelerating black holes. This is a kind of black holes which have a stringlike singularity along polar axises attached to the black hole and it accelerates the black hole. In these kind of spacetimes the growth of Einstein-Hilbert action is independent of the acceleration as found in [1]. By using a string as a probe, we found the effect of the acceleration is captured by the string prove [2]. Here in this work we consider the case… 

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