Holographic Signatures of Critical Collapse.

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Summary of "Holographic Signatures of Critical Collapse."

Critical phenomena in gravitational collapse exhibit the universal features of self-similarity, critical scaling, and the appearance of a naked singularity. We study critical collapse in anti-de Sitter space, focusing on holographic field theory observables. We demonstrate that the echoing period, critical exponent, and signatures of the naked singularity can all be extracted from the holographic stress tensor.


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Name: Physical review letters
ISSN: 1079-7114
Pages: 231101


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