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niederdimensionale Theorie oder umgekehrt. In der Stringtheorie sind zwei derartige Situationen bekannt: Die Anti-de Sitter/Conformal Field Theorie-Korrespondenz (AdS/CFT-Korrespondenz), welche in Kapitel 2 näher erläutert wird, ermöglicht eine äquivalente Beschreibung von Stringtheorie in Räumen mit fünfdimensionaler Anti-de Sitter-Asymptotik d...

niederdimensionale Theorie oder umgekehrt. In der Stringtheorie sind zwei derartige Situationen bekannt: Die Anti-de Sitter/Conformal Field Theorie-Korrespondenz (AdS/CFT-Korrespondenz), welche in Kapitel 2 näher erläutert wird, ermöglicht eine äquivalente Beschreibung von Stringtheorie in Räumen mit fünfdimensionaler Anti-de Sitter-Asymptotik durch Eichtheorien auf dem konformen Rand dieser Räume, insbesondere dem vierdimensionalen Minkowskiraum. Umgekehrt ermöglicht die Korrespondenz die Beschreibung von Eichtheorien bei starker Kopplung durch zehndimensionale Supergravitation. Andererseits beschreiben – wie in Kapitel 5 ausgeführt – quantenmechanische Modelle mit matrixwertigen Freiheitsgraden, sogenannte Matrixmodelle, holographisch die elfdimensionale M-Theorie, eine aus der Stringtheorie folgenden Quantentheorie der elfdimensionalen N = 1 Supergravitation. Diese Dissertation beschäftigt sich mit drei Verallgemeinerungen dieser Minimize

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2012-06-25

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Abstract: A non-technical overview on gravity in two dimensions is provided. Applications discussed in this work comprise 2D type 0A/0B string theory, Black Hole evaporation/thermodynamics, toy models for quantum gravity, for numerical General Relativity in the context of critical collapse and for solid state analogues of Black Holes. Mathematic...

Abstract: A non-technical overview on gravity in two dimensions is provided. Applications discussed in this work comprise 2D type 0A/0B string theory, Black Hole evaporation/thermodynamics, toy models for quantum gravity, for numerical General Relativity in the context of critical collapse and for solid state analogues of Black Holes. Mathematical relations to integrable models, non-linear gauge theories, Poisson-sigma models, KdV surfaces and non-commutative geometry are presented. Minimize

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Black Holes in String Theory ; 2D Gravity ; Integrable Models. – 1 – Contents

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Constraints in two-dimensional dilaton gravity with fermions,” hep-th/0512267

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Abstract: Generalized Dilaton Theories in two dimensions coupled to Dirac fermions are subjected to constraint analysis. Three first class secondary constraints are found, corresponding to one local Lorentz symmetry and two diffeomorphisms. Moreover, the system also yields second class constraints from the fermions. The algebra of first class co...

Abstract: Generalized Dilaton Theories in two dimensions coupled to Dirac fermions are subjected to constraint analysis. Three first class secondary constraints are found, corresponding to one local Lorentz symmetry and two diffeomorphisms. Moreover, the system also yields second class constraints from the fermions. The algebra of first class constraints is calculated in some detail, and is found to be related to the classical Virasoro algebra. – 1 – Minimize

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I review recent work on nonperturbative path integral quantization of two-dimensional dilaton gravity coupled to Dirac fermions, employing the ”Vienna school “ approach. Despite much progress in our knowledge of quantum gravity1 during the last decades, a fully satisfactory quantization of the simplest nontopologicala gravity theory, namely gene...

I review recent work on nonperturbative path integral quantization of two-dimensional dilaton gravity coupled to Dirac fermions, employing the ”Vienna school “ approach. Despite much progress in our knowledge of quantum gravity1 during the last decades, a fully satisfactory quantization of the simplest nontopologicala gravity theory, namely general relativity in four dimensions, is still missing. The reasons are two-fold: On one hand, standard techniques from perturbative quantum field theory do not apply to arbitrary high energies to perturbatively nonrenormalizable general relativity. On the other hand, its highly nonlinear dynamics makes general relativity hard to approach with nonperturbative methods. Adding the lack of observational data for quantized gravitational effects, it is hard to compare the suitability of different approaches and methods to quantize gravity. In such a context it may be useful to consider less complicated situations, where even conservative methods like standard quantum field theory can be applied to gravity. Such a situation is given in lower dimensions. In two dimensions, however, pure Einstein-Hilbert gravity is topological, the action being proportional to the Euler Minimize

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Using the recently found first order formulation of two-dimensional dilaton gravity with boundary, we perform a Hamiltonian analysis and subsequent path integral quantization. The importance of the boundary terms to obtain the correct quantum result are outlined and the quantum triviality of the theory is shown to hold with this modification as ...

Using the recently found first order formulation of two-dimensional dilaton gravity with boundary, we perform a Hamiltonian analysis and subsequent path integral quantization. The importance of the boundary terms to obtain the correct quantum result are outlined and the quantum triviality of the theory is shown to hold with this modification as well. We compare with recent classical results and comment on further applications. Minimize

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I am deeply indebted to Dr. Daniel Grumiller who, with much patience, guided me in my scientific work while at the same time always having an open ear for my questions. I also want to thank Prof. Dr. Gerd Rudolph for taking responsibility for the official supervision of this thesis, for friendly welcoming me in his research group and for the int...

I am deeply indebted to Dr. Daniel Grumiller who, with much patience, guided me in my scientific work while at the same time always having an open ear for my questions. I also want to thank Prof. Dr. Gerd Rudolph for taking responsibility for the official supervision of this thesis, for friendly welcoming me in his research group and for the interest he expressed towards the topic of this thesis. Furthermore, I am grateful to Dr. Dmitri Vassilevich for his constant scientific and non-scientific advice and for many stimulating comments and discussions. My parents deserve every thank for the support they gave me in times which were far from being easy for themselves, as well as my wife, whose love is a constant source of strength and encouragement for me. Thanks also go to all my friends for the good times we had during our studies and for helping and supporting me in every manner. Last but not least I am very grateful to the German National Academic Foundation, whose scholarship enabled me to stay in Hangzhou (P.R. China) Minimize

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Constraints in two-dimensional dilaton gravity with fermions,” hep-th/0512267

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Abstract: Generalized Dilaton Theories in two dimensions coupled to Dirac fermions are subjected to constraint analysis. Three first class secondary constraints are found, corresponding to one local Lorentz symmetry and two diffeomorphisms. Moreover, the system also yields second class constraints from the fermions. The algebra of first class co...

Abstract: Generalized Dilaton Theories in two dimensions coupled to Dirac fermions are subjected to constraint analysis. Three first class secondary constraints are found, corresponding to one local Lorentz symmetry and two diffeomorphisms. Moreover, the system also yields second class constraints from the fermions. The algebra of first class constraints is calculated in some detail, and is found to be related to the classical Virasoro algebra. – 1 – Minimize

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Constraints in two-dimensional dilaton gravity with fermions,” hep-th/0512267

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Abstract: Generalized Dilaton Theories in two dimensions coupled to Dirac fermions are subjected to constraint analysis. Three first class secondary constraints are found, corresponding to one local Lorentz symmetry and two diffeomorphisms. Moreover, the system also yields second class constraints from the fermions. The algebra of first class co...

Abstract: Generalized Dilaton Theories in two dimensions coupled to Dirac fermions are subjected to constraint analysis. Three first class secondary constraints are found, corresponding to one local Lorentz symmetry and two diffeomorphisms. Moreover, the system also yields second class constraints from the fermions. The algebra of first class constraints is calculated in some detail, and is found to be related to the classical Virasoro algebra. – 1 – Minimize

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Abstract: A non-technical overview on gravity in two dimensions is provided. Applications discussed in this work comprise 2D type 0A/0B string theory, Black Hole evaporation/thermodynamics, toy models for quantum gravity, for numerical General Relativity in the context of critical collapse and for solid state analogues of Black Holes. Mathematic...

Abstract: A non-technical overview on gravity in two dimensions is provided. Applications discussed in this work comprise 2D type 0A/0B string theory, Black Hole evaporation/thermodynamics, toy models for quantum gravity, for numerical General Relativity in the context of critical collapse and for solid state analogues of Black Holes. Mathematical relations to integrable models, non-linear gauge theories, Poisson-sigma models, KdV surfaces and non-commutative geometry are presented. Minimize

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