Emergent general relativity on fuzzy spaces from tensor models

@inproceedings{Sasakura2008EmergentGR,
  title={Emergent general relativity on fuzzy spaces from tensor models},
  author={Sasakura},
  year={2008}
}
Tensor models can be regarded as theories of dynamical fuzzy spaces, and provide background independent theories of space. Their classical solutions correspond to classical background spaces, and the small fluctuations around them can be regarded as fluctuations of fields on them. In this paper, I numerically study a tensor model around its classical backgrounds of two-, threeand four-dimensional fuzzy tori and show that the properties of the low-lying low-momentum modes are in clear agreement… CONTINUE READING

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