Surface counterterms and regularized holographic complexity

  title={Surface counterterms and regularized holographic complexity},
  author={Run-Qiu Yang and Chao Niu and Keun-Young Kim},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
A bstractThe holographic complexity is UV divergent. As a finite complexity, we propose a “regularized complexity” by employing a similar method to the holographic renor-malization. We add codimension-two boundary counterterms which do not contain any boundary stress tensor information. It means that we subtract only non-dynamic back-ground and all the dynamic information of holographic complexity is contained in the regularized part. After showing the general counterterms for both CA and CV… 

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