Holographic geometry and noise in matrix theory

@article{Hogan2009HolographicGA,
  title={Holographic geometry and noise in matrix theory},
  author={Craig Hogan and Mark G. Jackson},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2009},
  volume={79},
  pages={124009}
}
Using matrix theory as a concrete example of a fundamental holographic theory, we show that the emergent macroscopic spacetime displays a new macroscopic quantum structure, holographic geometry, and a new observable phenomenon, holographic noise, with phenomenology similar to that previously derived on the basis of a quasimonochromatic wave theory. Traces of matrix operators on a light sheet with a compact dimension of size $R$ are interpreted as transverse position operators for macroscopic… 

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