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Spectral dimension of quantum geometries

Autor Calcagni, Gianluca ; Oriti Daniele; Thürigen, Johannes
Palabras clave Quantum gravity
Spectral dimension
Discrete geometry: Loop quantum gravity
Fecha de publicación 2014
EditorInstitute of Physics Publishing
Citación Classical and Quantum Gravity 31: 135014 (2014)
ResumenThe spectral dimension is an indicator of geometry and topology of spacetime and a tool to compare the description of quantum geometry in various approaches to quantum gravity. This is possible because it can be defined not only on smooth geometries but also on discrete (e.g., simplicial) ones. In this paper, we consider the spectral dimension of quantum states of spatial geometry defined on combinatorial complexes endowed with additional algebraic data: the kinematical quantum states of loop quantum gravity (LQG). Preliminarily, the effects of topology and discreteness of classical discrete geometries are studied in a systematic manner. We look for states reproducing the spectral dimension of a classical space in the appropriate regime. We also test the hypothesis that in LQG, as in other approaches, there is a scale dependence of the spectral dimension, which runs from the topological dimension at large scales to a smaller one at short distances. While our results do not give any strong support to this hypothesis, we can however pinpoint when the topological dimension is reproduced by LQG quantum states. Overall, by exploring the interplay of combinatorial, topological and geometrical effects, and by considering various kinds of quantum states such as coherent states and their superpositions, we find that the spectral dimension of discrete quantum geometries is more sensitive to the underlying combinatorial structures than to the details of the additional data associated with them. © 2014 IOP Publishing Ltd.
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10261/110709
DOI10.1088/0264-9381/31/13/135014
Identificadoresdoi: 10.1088/0264-9381/31/13/135014
issn: 1361-6382
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