Thermodynamics of Black Holes in Two ( and Higher ) Dimensions

@inproceedings{Grumiller2007ThermodynamicsOB,
  title={Thermodynamics of Black Holes in Two ( and Higher ) Dimensions},
  author={Daniel Grumiller},
  year={2007}
}
A comprehensive treatment of black hole thermodynamics in two-dimensional dilaton gravity is presented. We derive an improved action for these theories and construct the Euclidean path integral. An essentially unique boundary counterterm renders the improved action finite on-shell, and its variational properties guarantee that the path integral has a well-defined semi-classical limit. We give a detailed discussion of the canonical ensemble described by the Euclidean partition function, and… CONTINUE READING

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