General Logarithmic Corrections to Black Hole Entropy

@inproceedings{DasGeneralLC,
  title={General Logarithmic Corrections to Black Hole Entropy},
  author={Saurya Das}
}
Since it is more or less certain that black holes much larger than the Planck scale have entropy proportional to its horizon area [1–4], it is important to investigate what the leading order corrections are, as one reduces the size of the black hole. There has been several attempts in this direction. For example, in non-perturbative quantum general relativity (NPQGR) (aka Quantum Geometry) [5], the density of microstates has been computed for non-rotating asymptotically flat (AF) 4d black holes… CONTINUE READING
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