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Generalised spectral dimensions in non-perturbative quantum gravity

@inproceedings{Reitz2022GeneralisedSD,
  title={Generalised spectral dimensions in non-perturbative quantum gravity},
  author={M Reitz and D'aniel N'emeth and Damodar Rajbhandari and Andrzej Gorlich and Jakub Gizbert-Studnicki},
  year={2022}
}
: The seemingly universal phenomenon of scale-dependent effective dimensions in non-perturbative theories of quantum gravity has been shown to be a potential source of quantum gravity phenomenology. The scale-dependent effective dimension from quantum gravity has only been considered for scalar fields. It is however possible that the non-manifold like structures, that are expected to appear near the Planck scale, have an effective dimension that depends on the type of field under consideration. To… 

Semiclassical and Continuum Limits of Four-Dimensional CDT

This Chapter discusses the infrared and the (perspective) ultraviolet limits of four-dimensional Causal Dynamical Triangulations (CDT). CDT is a non-perturabtive and background-independent approach

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