Quasinormal modes of (anti-)de Sitter black holes in the 1/D expansion

@article{Emparan2015QuasinormalMO,
  title={Quasinormal modes of (anti-)de Sitter black holes in the 1/D expansion},
  author={Roberto Emparan and Ryo Suzuki and Kentaro Tanabe},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2015},
  volume={2015},
  pages={1-20}
}
A bstractWe use the inverse-dimensional expansion to compute analytically the frequencies of a set of quasinormal modes of static black holes of Einstein-(Anti-)de Sitter gravity, including the cases of spherical, planar or hyperbolic horizons. The modes we study are decoupled modes localized in the near-horizon region, which are the ones that capture physics peculiar to each black hole (such as their instabilities), and which in large black holes contain hydrodynamic behavior. Our results also… 

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