Stability analysis of a stringy black hole

@article{Hsu1992StabilityAO,
  title={Stability analysis of a stringy black hole},
  author={Rue‐Ron Hsu and Green Huang and Wei Fu Lin and Chin-Rong Lee},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={1992},
  volume={10},
  pages={505-508}
}
The authors investigate the stability of charged black holes in two-dimensional heterotic string theories that were recently discussed by McGuidan et al. (1992). In the framework of small time-dependent perturbation, they find that these black holes are linearly stable. 
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