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Quantum time uncertainty in Schwarzschild–anti-de Sitter black holes

AuthorsGalán, Pablo; Garay, Luis Javier CSIC ORCID; Mena Marugán, Guillermo A. CSIC ORCID
Keywords[PACS] Quantum gravity
[PACS] Foundations of quantum mechanics; measurement theory
[PACS] Lower dimensional and minisuperspace models in quantum gravity
[PACS] Quantum aspects of black holes, evaporation, thermodynamics
Issue Date17-Aug-2007
PublisherAmerican Physical Society
CitationPhysical Review D Vol. 76,(4), id. 044014 (2007)
AbstractThe combined action of gravity and quantum mechanics gives rise to a minimum time uncertainty in the lowest order approximation of a perturbative scheme, in which quantum effects are regarded as corrections to the classical spacetime geometry. From the nonperturbative point of view, both gravity and quantum mechanics are treated on equal footing in a description that already contains all possible backreaction effects as those above in a nonlinear manner. In this paper, the existence or not of such minimum time uncertainty is analyzed in the context of Schwarzschild–anti-de Sitter black holes using the isolated horizon formalism. We show that from a perturbative point of view, a nonzero time uncertainty is generically present owing to the energy scale introduced by the cosmological constant, while in a quantization scheme that includes nonperturbatively the effects of that scale, an arbitrarily high time resolution can be reached.
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