Black hole thermodynamical entropy
Tsallis, Constantino [Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Fisicas and National Institute of Science and Technology for Complex Systems, Rio de Janeiro, RJ (Brazil); Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, NM (United States); Cirto, Leonardo J.L. [Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Fisicas and National Institute of Science and Technology for Complex Systems, Rio de Janeiro, RJ (Brazil)
2013-07-15
As early as 1902, Gibbs pointed out that systems whose partition function diverges, e.g. gravitation, lie outside the validity of the Boltzmann-Gibbs (BG) theory. Consistently, since the pioneering Bekenstein-Hawking results, physically meaningful evidence (e.g., the holographic principle) has accumulated that the BG entropy S{sub BG} of a (3+1) black hole is proportional to its area L{sup 2} (L being a characteristic linear length), and not to its volume L{sup 3}. Similarly it exists the area law, so named because, for a wide class of strongly quantum-entangled d-dimensional systems, S{sub BG} is proportional to lnL if d=1, and to L{sup d-1} if d>1, instead of being proportional to L{sup d} (d {>=} 1). These results violate the extensivity of the thermodynamical entropy of a d-dimensional system. This thermodynamical inconsistency disappears if we realize that the thermodynamical entropy of such nonstandard systems is not to be identified with the BG additive entropy but with appropriately generalized nonadditive entropies. Indeed, the celebrated usefulness of the BG entropy is founded on hypothesis such as relatively weak probabilistic correlations (and their connections to ergodicity, which by no means can be assumed as a general rule of nature). Here we introduce a generalized entropy which, for the Schwarzschild black hole and the area law, can solve the thermodynamic puzzle. (orig.)
Hayward, Sean A.; Mukohyama, Shinji; Ashworth, M. C.
1998-01-01
We consider two non-statistical definitions of entropy for dynamic (non-stationary) black holes in spherical symmetry. The first is analogous to the original Clausius definition of thermodynamic entropy: there is a first law containing an energy-supply term which equals surface gravity times a total differential. The second is Wald's Noether-charge method, adapted to dynamic black holes by using the Kodama flow. Both definitions give the same answer for Einstein gravity: one-quarter the area ...
Comparisons of Black Hole Entropy
Kupferman, Judy
2016-01-01
In this thesis I examine several different concepts of black hole entropy in order to understand whether they describe the same quantity. I look at statistical and entanglement entropies, Wald entropy and Carlip's entropy from conformal field theory, and compare their behavior in a few specific aspects: divergence at the BH horizon, dependence on space time curvature and behavior under a geometric variation. I find that statistical and entanglement entropy may be similar but they seem to differ from the entropy of Wald and Carlip. Chapters 2 and 3 overlap with 1010.4157 and 1310.3938. Chapter 4 does not appear elsewhere.
Entanglement Entropy of Black Holes
Sergey N. Solodukhin
2011-10-01
Full Text Available The entanglement entropy is a fundamental quantity, which characterizes the correlations between sub-systems in a larger quantum-mechanical system. For two sub-systems separated by a surface the entanglement entropy is proportional to the area of the surface and depends on the UV cutoff, which regulates the short-distance correlations. The geometrical nature of entanglement-entropy calculation is particularly intriguing when applied to black holes when the entangling surface is the black-hole horizon. I review a variety of aspects of this calculation: the useful mathematical tools such as the geometry of spaces with conical singularities and the heat kernel method, the UV divergences in the entropy and their renormalization, the logarithmic terms in the entanglement entropy in four and six dimensions and their relation to the conformal anomalies. The focus in the review is on the systematic use of the conical singularity method. The relations to other known approaches such as ’t Hooft’s brick-wall model and the Euclidean path integral in the optical metric are discussed in detail. The puzzling behavior of the entanglement entropy due to fields, which non-minimally couple to gravity, is emphasized. The holographic description of the entanglement entropy of the black-hole horizon is illustrated on the two- and four-dimensional examples. Finally, I examine the possibility to interpret the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy entirely as the entanglement entropy.
Black Hole Entropy from Entropy of Hawking Radiation
Aghapour, Sajad
2016-01-01
We provide a simple way for calculating the entropy of a Schwarzschild black hole from the entropy of its Hawking radiation. To this end, we show that if a thermodynamic system loses its energy only through the black body radiation, its loss of entropy is always 3/4 of the entropy of the emitted radiation. This proposition enables us to relate the entropy of an evaporating black hole to the entropy of its Hawking radiation. Explicitly, by calculating the entropy of the Hawking radiation emitted in the full period of evaporation of the black hole, we find the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy of the initial black hole.
Entropy of Quantum Black Holes
Romesh K. Kaul
2012-02-01
Full Text Available In the Loop Quantum Gravity, black holes (or even more general Isolated Horizons are described by a SU(2 Chern-Simons theory. There is an equivalent formulation of the horizon degrees of freedom in terms of a U(1 gauge theory which is just a gauged fixed version of the SU(2 theory. These developments will be surveyed here. Quantum theory based on either formulation can be used to count the horizon micro-states associated with quantum geometry fluctuations and from this the micro-canonical entropy can be obtained. We shall review the computation in SU(2 formulation. Leading term in the entropy is proportional to horizon area with a coefficient depending on the Barbero-Immirzi parameter which is fixed by matching this result with the Bekenstein-Hawking formula. Remarkably there are corrections beyond the area term, the leading one is logarithm of the horizon area with a definite coefficient −3/2, a result which is more than a decade old now. How the same results are obtained in the equivalent U(1 framework will also be indicated. Over years, this entropy formula has also been arrived at from a variety of other perspectives. In particular, entropy of BTZ black holes in three dimensional gravity exhibits the same logarithmic correction. Even in the String Theory, many black hole models are known to possess such properties. This suggests a possible universal nature of this logarithmic correction.
Remarks on Renormalization of Black Hole Entropy
Kim, Sang Pyo; Kim, Sung Ku; Soh, Kwang-Sup; Yee, Jae Hyung
1996-01-01
We elaborate the renormalization process of entropy of a nonextremal and an extremal Reissner-Nordstr\\"{o}m black hole by using the Pauli-Villars regularization method, in which the regulator fields obey either the Bose-Einstein or Fermi-Dirac distribution depending on their spin-statistics. The black hole entropy involves only two renormalization constants. We also discuss the entropy and temperature of the extremal black hole.
Quantum aspects of black hole entropy
Parthasarathi Majumdar
2000-10-01
This survey intends to cover recent approaches to black hole entropy which attempt to go beyond the standard semiclassical perspective. Quantum corrections to the semiclassical Bekenstein–Hawking area law for black hole entropy, obtained within the quantum geometry framework, are treated in some detail. Their ramiﬁcation for the holographic entropy bound for bounded stationary spacetimes is discussed. Four dimensional supersymmetric extremal black holes in string-based = 2 supergravity are also discussed, albeit more brieﬂy.
Fractal Statistics and Quantum Black Hole Entropy
da Cruz, Wellington
2000-01-01
Simple considerations about the fractal characteristic of the quantum-mechanical path give us the opportunity to derive the quantum black hole entropy in connection with the concept of fractal statistics. We show the geometrical origin of the numerical factor of four of the quantum black hole entropy expression and the statistics weight appears as a counting of the quanta of geometry.
Black hole entropy and the renormalization group
Satz, Alejandro
2013-01-01
Four decades after its first postulation by Bekenstein, black hole entropy remains mysterious. It has long been suggested that the entanglement entropy of quantum fields on the black hole gravitational background should represent at least an important contribution to the total Bekenstein-Hawking entropy, and that the divergences in the entanglement entropy should be absorbed in the renormalization of the gravitational couplings. In this talk, we describe how an improved understanding of black hole entropy is obtained by combining these notions with the renormalization group. By introducing an RG flow scale, we investigate whether the total entropy of the black hole can be partitioned in a "gravitational" part related to the flowing gravitational action, and a "quantum" part related to the unintegrated degrees of freedom. We describe the realization of this idea for free fields, and the complications and qualifications arising for interacting fields.
Holographic actions from black hole entropy
Caravelli, Francesco; Modesto, Leonardo
2010-01-01
Using the Wald's relation between the Noether charge of diffeomorphisms and the entropy for a generic spacetime possessing a bifurcation surface, we introduce a method to obtain a family of higher order derivatives effective actions from the entropy of black holes. Our point of view is to consider fundamental the black hole entropy and the action an emerged object. We then specialize to a particular class of effective theories: the f(R) theories. We apply the idea, using a simple mind ansatz,...
Entropy, area, and black hole pairs
Hawking, Stephen William; Ross, S F; Hawking, S W; Horowitz, Gary T; Ross, Simon F
1995-01-01
We clarify the relation between gravitational entropy and the area of horizons. We first show that the entropy of an extreme Reissner-Nordstr\\"om black hole is zero, despite the fact that its horizon has nonzero area. Next, we consider the pair creation of extremal and nonextremal black holes. It is shown that the action which governs the rate of this pair creation is directly related to the area of the acceleration horizon and (in the nonextremal case) the area of the black hole event horizon. This provides a simple explanation of the result that the rate of pair creation of non-extreme black holes is enhanced by precisely the black hole entropy. Finally, we discuss black hole annihilation, and argue that Planck scale remnants are not sufficient to preserve unitarity in quantum gravity.
Entropy, area, and black hole pairs
Hawking, S. W.; Horowitz, Gary T.; Ross, Simon F.
1995-04-01
We clarify the relation between gravitational entropy and the area of horizons. We first show that the entropy of an extreme Reissner-Nordström black hole is zero, despite the fact that its horizon has nonzero area. Next, we consider the pair creation of extremal and nonextremal black holes. It is shown that the action which governs the rate of this pair creation is directly related to the area of the acceleration horizon and (in the nonextremal case) the area of the black hole event horizon. This provides a simple explanation of the result that the rate of pair creation of nonextreme black holes is enhanced by precisely the black hole entropy. Finally, we discuss black hole annihilation, and argue that Planck scale remnants are not sufficient to preserve unitarity in quantum gravity.
Entropy and temperatures of Nariai black hole
The statistical entropy of the Nariai black hole in a thermal equilibrium is calculated by using the brick-wall method. Even if the temperature depends on the choice of the timelike Killing vector, the entropy can be written by the ordinary area law which agrees with the Wald entropy. We discuss some physical consequences of this result and the properties of the temperatures
Black hole entropy in two dimensions
Myers, R C
1994-01-01
Black hole entropy is studied for an exactly solvable model of two-dimensional gravity\\cite{rst1}, using recently developed Noether charge techniques\\cite{wald1}. This latter approach is extended to accomodate the non-local form of the semiclassical effective action. In the two-dimensional model, the final black hole entropy can be expressed as a local quantity evaluated on the horizon. This entropy is shown to satisfy an increase theorem on either the global or apparent horizon of a two-dimensional black hole.
Black hole versus cosmological horizon entropy
The generalized second law of thermodynamics states that entropy always increases when all event horizons are attributed with an entropy proportional to their area. We test the generalized second law by investigating the change in entropy when dust, radiation and black holes cross a cosmological event horizon. We generalize for flat, open and closed Friedmann-Robertson-Walker universes by using numerical calculations to determine the cosmological horizon evolution. In most cases, the loss of entropy from within the cosmological horizon is more than balanced by an increase in cosmological event horizon entropy, maintaining the validity of the generalized second law of thermodynamics. However, an intriguing set of open universe models shows an apparent entropy decrease when black holes disappear over the cosmological event horizon. We anticipate that this apparent violation of the generalized second law will disappear when solutions are available for black holes embedded in arbitrary backgrounds
Kerr Black Hole Entropy and its Quantization
Jiang, Ji-Jian; Li, Chuan-An; Cheng, Xie-Feng
2016-08-01
By constructing the four-dimensional phase space based on the observable physical quantity of Kerr black hole and gauge transformation, the Kerr black hole entropy in the phase space was obtained. Then considering the corresponding mechanical quantities as operators and making the operators quantized, entropy spectrum of Kerr black hole was obtained. Our results show that the Kerr black hole has the entropy spectrum with equal intervals, which is in agreement with the idea of Bekenstein. In the limit of large event horizon, the area of the adjacent event horizon of the black hole have equal intervals. The results are in consistent with the results based on the loop quantum gravity theory by Dreyer et al.
Scaling Behavior of Black Hole Entropy
Schimmrigk, R
2000-01-01
It is shown that the entropy of fourdimensional black holes in string theory compactified on weighted Calabi-Yau hypersurfaces shows scaling behavior in a certain limit. This leads to non-monotonic functions on the moduli space.
Holographic actions from black hole entropy
Caravelli, Francesco
2010-01-01
Using the Wald's relation between the Noether charge of diffeomorphisms and the entropy for a generic spacetime possessing a bifurcation surface, we introduce a method to obtain a family of higher order derivatives effective actions from the entropy of black holes. Our point of view is to consider fundamental the black hole entropy and the action an emerged object. We then specialize to a particular class of effective theories: the f(R) theories. We apply the idea, using a simple mind ansatz, to loop quantum gravity and to a general class of log-corrected entropy formulas.
Black Hole Entropy and Exclusion Statistics
Kim, Hyeong-Chan; Kim, Yoonbai(Department of Physics, BK21 Physics Research Division, Institute of Basic Science, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon, 440-746, Republic of Korea); Oh, Phillial
1998-01-01
We compute the entropy of systems of quantum particles satisfying the fractional exclusion statistics in the space-time of 2+1 dimensional black hole by using the brick-wall method. We show that the entropy of each effective quantum field theory with a Planck scale ultraviolet cutoff obeys the area law, irrespective of the angular momentum of the black hole and the statistics interpolating between Bose-Einstein and Fermi-Dirac statistics.
Black hole entropy and induced gravity
Jacobson, T
1994-01-01
In this short essay we review the arguments showing that black hole entropy is, at least in part, "entanglement entropy", i.e., missing information contained in correlations between quantum field fluctuations inside and outside the event horizon. Although the entanglement entropy depends upon the matter field content of the theory, it turns out that so does the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy A/4\\hbar G_{ren}, in precisely the same way, because the effective gravitational constant G_{ren} is renormalized by the very same quantum fluctuations. It appears most satisfactory if the entire gravitational action is "induced", in the manner suggested by Sakharov, since then the black hole entropy is purebred entanglement entropy, rather than being hybrid with bare gravitational entropy (whatever that might be.)
Entropy Inequality Violations from Ultraspinning Black Holes.
Hennigar, Robie A; Mann, Robert B; Kubizňák, David
2015-07-17
We construct a new class of rotating anti-de Sitter (AdS) black hole solutions with noncompact event horizons of finite area in any dimension and study their thermodynamics. In four dimensions these black holes are solutions to gauged supergravity. We find that their entropy exceeds the maximum implied from the conjectured reverse isoperimetric inequality, which states that for a given thermodynamic volume, the black hole entropy is maximized for Schwarzschild-AdS space. We use this result to suggest more stringent conditions under which this conjecture may hold. PMID:26230779
Statistical entropy of a cylindrical black hole
By using the method of quantum statistics, it was directly derived the partition function of the bosonic and fermionic field in a cylindrical black hole. Then via the improved brick-wall method, the membrane model, it was obtained that if chosen a proper parameter, the entropy of the black hole is proportional to the area of the horizon. In the results, the stripped term and the divergent logarithmic term in the original brick-wall method no longer exist. In the whole process, it was not taken any approximation. It was offered a new simple and direct way of calculating the entropy of different complicated black holes
Black hole entropy, universality, and horizon constraints
To ask a question about a black hole in quantum gravity, one must restrict initial or boundary data to ensure that a black hole is actually present. For two-dimensional dilaton gravity, and probably a much wider class of theories, I show that the imposition of a 'stretched horizon' constraint modifies the algebra of symmetries at the horizon, allowing the use of conformal field theory techniques to determine the asymptotic density of states. The result reproduces the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy without any need for detailed assumptions about the microscopic theory. Horizon symmetries may thus offer an answer to the problem of universality of black hole entropy
Number and Entropy of Halo Black Holes
Frampton, Paul H.; Ludwick, Kevin
2009-01-01
Based on constraints from microlensing and disk stability, both with and without limitations from wide binary surveys, we estimate the total number and entropy of intermediate mass black holes. Given the visible universe comprises $10^{11}$ halos each of mass $\\sim 10^{12} M_{\\odot}$, typical core black holes of mean mass $\\sim 10^7 M_{\\odot}$ set the dimensionless entropy ($S/k$) of the universe at a thousand googols. Identification of all dark matter as black holes sets the dimensionless en...
Hydrodynamics, horizons, holography and black hole entropy
Sivaram, C
2011-01-01
The usual discussions about black hole dynamics involve analogies with laws of thermodynamics especially in connection with black hole entropy and the associated holographic principle. We explore complementary aspects involving hydrodynamics of the horizon geometry through the membrane paradigm. New conceptual connections complementing usual thermodynamic arguments suggest deep links between diverse topics like black hole decay, quantum circulation and viscosity. Intriguing connections between turbulence cascades, quantum diffusion via quantum paths following Fokker- Planck equation and Hawking decay also result from this combination of thermodynamic and hydrodynamic analogies to black hole dynamics.
Statistical entropy of a charged black hole
By using the method of quantum statistics, it is derived directly the partition functions of the bosonic and the fermionic field in the charged-black-hole space-time. The statistical entropy of a black-hole is obtained by an improved brick wall method. When it is chosen a proper parameter in these results, it can be obtained that the entropy of a black-hole is proportional to the area of the horizon. In the results, the neglected term and the divergent logarithmic term given in the original brick wall method do no exist. It is avoided the difficulty in solving the wave equation of the scalar and Dirac fields, and offer a simple and direct way of studying the entropy of the black hole
Quantum statistical entropy for Kerr-de Sitter black hole
Zhang Li-Chun; Wu Yue-Qin; Zhao Ren
2004-01-01
Improving the membrane model by which the entropy of the black hole is studied, we study the entropy of the black hole in the non-thermal equilibrium state. To give the problem stated here widespread meaning, we discuss the (n+2)-dimensional de Sitter spacetime. Through discussion, we obtain that the black hole's entropy which contains two horizons (a black hole's horizon and a cosmological horizon) in the non-thermal equilibrium state comprises the entropy corresponding to the black hole's horizon and the entropy corresponding to the cosmological horizon. Furthermore, the entropy of the black hole is a natural property of the black hole. The entropy is irrelevant to the radiation field out of the horizon. This deepens the understanding of the relationship between black hole's entropy and horizon's area. A way to study the bosonic and fermionic entropy of the black hole in high non-thermal equilibrium spacetime is given.
Quantum Entropy of Black Hole with Internal Global Monopole
HAN Yi-Wen; YANG Shu-Zheng; LIU Wen-Biao
2005-01-01
Using the generalized uncertainty relation, the new equation of state density is obtained, and then the entropy of black hole with an internal global monopole is discussed. The divergence that appears in black hole entropy calculation through original brick-wall model is overcome. The result of the direct proportion between black hole entropy and its event horizon area is drawn and given. The result shows that the black hole entropy must be the entropy of quantum state near the event horizon.
Entropy Correction for Kerr Black Hole
ZHAO Ren; ZHANG Sheng-Li
2005-01-01
In this paper, we discuss leading-order corrections to the entropy of Kerr black hole due to thermal fluctuations in the finite cavity. Then temperature is constant, the solution of the black hole is obtained within a cavity, that is, the solution of the spacetime after considering the radiation of the black hole. Therefore, we derive that the location of the black hole horizon and specific heat are the functions of temperature and the radius of the cavity.Corrections to entropy also are related to the radius of the cavity. Through calculation, we obtain conditions of taking the value of the cavity's radius. We provide a new way for studying the corrections of complicated spacetimes.
Entropy of Intermediate-Mass Black Holes
Frampton, Paul H.
2009-01-01
Observational searches for Intermediate-Mass Black Holes (IMBHs), defined to have masses between 30 and 300,000 solar masses, provide limits which allow up to ten percent of what is presently identified as halo dark matter to be in the form of IMBHs. These concentrate entropy so efficiently that the halo contribution can be bigger than the core supermassive black hole. Formation of IMBHs is briefly discussed.
Black-hole entropy and horizon area
Hong-Wei Yu [Medford, Tufts Univ. (United States). Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Inst. of Cosmology]|[Hunan Univ. (China). Inst. of Physics and Pysics Dept.
1998-08-01
Employing the relationship between the black-hole thermodynamic functions and the Euclidean path-integral approach to quantum gravity, the Authors prove, in the framework of four-dimensional Einstein gravity, that the entropy of a stationary black-hole with a bifurcating Killing horizon surrounded by arbitrary classical matter fields is one quarter of the area of the event horizon independent of the matter fields involved.
- on Kerr Black Hole and its Entropy
Goncharov, Yu. P.
We describe U(N)-monopoles (N>1) on Kerr black holes using the parameters of the moduli space of holomorphic vector U(N)-bundles over { S}2 with the help of the Grothendieck splitting theorem. For N = 2,3 we obtain this description in an explicit form as well as the estimates for the corresponding monopole masses. This gives us a possibility to adduce some reasonings in favor of the existence of both a fine structure for Kerr black holes and the statistical ensemble tied with it which might generate the Kerr black hole entropy.
Black hole entropy in higher curvature gravity
Jacobson, T; Myers, R C; Jacobson, Ted; Kang, Gungwon; Myers, Robert C
1995-01-01
We discuss some recent results on black hole thermodynamics within the context of effective gravitational actions including higher-curvature interactions. Wald's derivation of the First Law demonstrates that black hole entropy can always be expressed as a local geometric density integrated over a space-like cross-section of the horizon. In certain cases, it can also be shown that these entropy expressions satisfy a Second Law. One such simple example is considered from the class of higher curvature theories where the Lagrangian consists of a polynomial in the Ricci scalar.
Constructing black hole entropy from gravitational collapse
Acquaviva, Giovanni; Ellis, George F. R.; Goswami, Rituparno; Hamid, Aymen I. M.
2016-01-01
Based on a recent proposal for the gravitational entropy of free gravitational fields, we investigate the thermodynamic properties of black hole formation through gravitational collapse in the framework of the semitetrad 1+1+2 covariant formalism. In the simplest case of an Oppenheimer-Snyder-Datt collapse we prove that the change in gravitational entropy outside a collapsing body is related to the variation of the surface area of the body itself, even before the formation of horizons. As a r...
Hawking radiation without black hole entropy
Visser, M
1998-01-01
In this Letter I point out that Hawking radiation is a purely kinematic effect that is generic to Lorentzian geometries. Hawking radiation arises for any test field on any Lorentzian geometry containing an event horizon regardless of whether or not the Lorentzian geometry satisfies the dynamical Einstein equations of general relativity. On the other hand, the classical laws of black hole mechanics are intrinsically linked to the Einstein equations of general relativity (or their perturbative extension into either semiclassical quantum gravity or string-inspired scenarios). In particular, the laws of black hole thermodynamics, and the identification of the entropy of a black hole with its area, are inextricably linked with the dynamical equations satisfied by the Lorentzian geometry: entropy is proportional to area (plus corrections) if and only if the dynamical equations are the Einstein equations (plus corrections). It is quite possible to have Hawking radiation occur in physical situations in which the laws...
The Mass Quantum and Black Hole Entropy
Ram, B
1999-01-01
We give a method in which a quantum of mass equal to twice the Planck mass arises naturally. Then using Bose-Einstein statistics we derive an expression for the black hole entropy which physically tends to the Bekenstein-Hawking formula.
Black hole entropy and finite geometry
Levay, P.; Saniga, M.; Vrana, P.; Pracna, Petr
2009-01-01
Roč. 79, č. 8 (2009), 084036. ISSN 1550-7998 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z40400503 Keywords : Maxwell-Einstein supergravity * attractors * black hole entropy Subject RIV: CF - Physical ; Theoretical Chemistry Impact factor: 4.922, year: 2009
Entropy in the interior of a black hole and thermodynamics
Zhang, Baocheng
2015-01-01
Based on a recent proposal for the volume inside a black hole, we calculate the entropy associated with this volume and show that such entropy is proportional to the surface area of the black hole. Together with the consideration of black hole radiation, we find that the thermodynamics associated with the entropy is likely to be caused by the vacuum polarization near the horizon.
Dirty black holes Entropy versus area
Visser, M
1993-01-01
Considerable interest has recently been expressed in the entropy versus area relationship for ``dirty'' black holes --- black holes in interaction with various classical matter fields, distorted by higher derivative gravity, or infested with various forms of quantum hair. In many cases it is found that the entropy is simply related to the area of the event horizon: S = k A_H/(4\\ell_P^2). For example, the ``entropy = (1/4) area'' law *holds* for: Schwarzschild, Reissner--Nordstrom, Kerr--Newman, and dilatonic black holes. On the other hand, the ``entropy = (1/4) area'' law *fails* for: various types of (Riemann)^n gravity, Lovelock gravity, and various versions of quantum hair. The pattern underlying these results is less than clear. This paper systematizes these results by deriving a general formula for the entropy: S = {k A_H/(4\\ell_P^2)} + {1/T_H} \\int_\\Sigma [rho - {L}_E ] K^\\mu d\\Sigma_\\mu + \\int_\\Sigma s V^\\mu d\\Sigma_\\mu. (K^\\mu is the timelike Killing vector, V^\\mu the four velocity of a co--rotating o...
Effects of Noncommutativity on the Black Hole Entropy
Gupta, Kumar S.(Theory Division, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, 1/AF Bidhannagar, Kolkata 700 064, India); Harikumar, E.; Tajron Jurić; Stjepan Meljanac; Andjelo Samsarov
2013-01-01
In this paper the BTZ black hole geometry is probed with a noncommutative scalar field which obeys the $\\kappa$-Minkowski algebra. The entropy of the BTZ black hole is calculated using the brick wall method. The contribution of the noncommutativity to the black hole entropy is explicitly evaluated up to the first order in the deformation parameter. We also argue that such a correction to the black hole entropy can be interpreted as arising from the renormalization of the Newton's constant due...
Entropy spectrum of BTZ black hole in massive gravity
Suresh, Jishnu
2016-01-01
We study the entropy spectrum of (2+1) BTZ black holes in massive gravity models. We use the formalism proposed by Jiang and Han where black hole property of adiabaticity and the oscillating velocity of the black hole horizon are used to investigate the quantization of the entropy of such systems. We find that the entropy of the BTZ black holes in massive gravity is quantized with equally spaced spectra.
Loop quantum gravity and black hole entropy quantization
LI ChuanAn; JIANG JiJian; SU JiuQing
2009-01-01
Using the spin networks and the asymptotic quasinormal mode frequencies of black holes given by loop quantum gravity, the minimum horizon area gap is obtained. Then the quantum area spectrum of black holes is derived and the black hole entropy is a realized quantization. The results show that the black hole entropy given by loop quantum gravity is in full accord with the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy with a suitable Immirzi.
Loop quantum gravity and black hole entropy quantization
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2009-01-01
Using the spin networks and the asymptotic quasinormal mode frequencies of black holes given by loop quantum gravity,the minimum horizon area gap is obtained.Then the quantum area spectrum of black holes is derived and the black hole entropy is a realized quantization.The results show that the black hole entropy given by loop quantum gravity is in full accord with the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy with a suitable Immirzi.
Black Hole Entropy, Topological Entropy and Noncommutative Geometry
Zois, Ioannis P.
2001-01-01
Foliated manifolds are particular examples of noncommutative spaces. In this article we try to give a qualitative description of the Godbillon-Vey class and its relation on the one hand to the holonomy and on the other hand to the topological entropy of a foliation, using a remarkable theorem proved recently by G. Duminy relating these three notions in the case of codim-1 foliations. Moreover we shall investigate its possible relation with the black hole entropy adopting the superstring theor...
Black Holes, Mergers, and the Entropy Budget of the Universe
Kephart, Thomas W.; Ng, Y. Jack
2002-01-01
Vast amounts of entropy are produced in black hole formation, and the amount of entropy stored in supermassive black holes at the centers of galaxies is now much greater than the entropy free in the rest of the universe. Either mergers involved in forming supermassive black holes are rare,or the holes must be very efficient at capturing nearly all the entropy generated in the process. We argue that this information can be used to constrain supermassive black hole production, and may eventuall...
Canonical Entropy and Phase Transition of Rotating Black Hole
ZHAO Ren; WU Yue-Qin; ZHANG Li-Chun
2008-01-01
Recently, the Hawking radiation of a black hole has been studied using the tunnel effect method. The radiation spectrum of a black hole is derived. By discussing the correction to spectrum of the rotating black hole, we obtain the canonical entropy. The derived canonical entropy is equal to the sum of Bekenstein-Hawking entropy and correction term. The correction term near the critical point is different from the one near others. This difference plays an important role in studying the phase transition of the black hole. The black hole thermal capacity diverges at the critical point. However, the canonical entropy is not a complex number at this point. Thus we think that the phase transition created by this critical point is the second order phase transition. The discussed black hole is a five-dimensional Kerr-AdS black hole. We provide a basis for discussing thermodynamic properties of a higher-dimensional rotating black hole.
Quantum Statistical Entropy of Five-Dimensional Black Hole
ZHAO Ren; WU Yue-Qin; ZHANG Sheng-Li
2006-01-01
The generalized uncertainty relation is introduced to calculate quantum statistic entropy of a black hole.By using the new equation of state density motivated by the generalized uncertainty relation, we discuss entropies of Bose field and Fermi field on the background of the five-dimensional spacetime. In our calculation, we need not introduce cutoff. There is not the divergent logarithmic term as in the original brick-wall method. And it is obtained that the quantum statistic entropy corresponding to black hole horizon is proportional to the area of the horizon. Further it is shown that the entropy of black hole is the entropy of quantum state on the surface of horizon. The black hole's entropy is the intrinsic property of the black hole. The entropy is a quantum effect. It makes people further understand the quantum statistic entropy.
Quantum Statistical Entropy of Five-Dimensional Black Hole
The generalized uncertainty relation is introduced to calculate quantum statistic entropy of a black hole. By using the new equation of state density motivated by the generalized uncertainty relation, we discuss entropies of Bose field and Fermi field on the background of the five-dimensional spacetime. In our calculation, we need not introduce cutoff. There is not the divergent logarithmic term as in the original brick-wall method. And it is obtained that the quantum statistic entropy corresponding to black hole horizon is proportional to the area of the horizon. Further it is shown that the entropy of black hole is the entropy of quantum state on the surface of horizon. The black hole's entropy is the intrinsic property of the black hole. The entropy is a quantum effect. It makes people further understand the quantum statistic entropy.
Finite Entanglement Entropy of Black Holes
Giaccari, Stefano; Rachwal, Leslaw; Zhu, Yiwei
2015-01-01
We compute the area term contribution to the black holes' entanglement entropy for a class of local or weakly nonlocal renormalizable gravitational theories coupled to matter. For the case of super-renormalizable theories, we can get a finite conical entropy expressed only in terms of the classical Newton constant either by completing the theory to a finite one in dimensional regularization or by removing the quadratic divergences in the cut-off regularization by the introduction of additional interaction terms. Therefore, our result is independent from the renormalization scheme. We also propose a theory in which the renormalization of the Newton constant is entirely due to the standard model matter, arguing that such a contribution does not give the usual interpretational problems of conical entropy discussed in the literature.
Spectrum and Statistical Entropy of AdS Black Holes
Vaz, Cenalo; Wijewardhana, L. C. R.
2009-01-01
Popular approaches to quantum gravity describe black hole microstates differently and apply different statistics to count them. Since the relationship between the approaches is not clear, this obscures the role of statistics in calculating the black hole entropy. We address this issue by discussing the entropy of eternal AdS black holes in dimension four and above within the context of a midisuperspace model. We determine the black hole eigenstates and find that they describe the quantization...
Entropy creation inside black holes points to observer complementarity
Heating processes inside large black holes can produce tremendous amounts of entropy. Locality requires that this entropy adds on space-like surfaces, but the resulting entropy (1010 times the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy in an example presented in the companion paper) exceeds the maximum entropy that can be accommodated by the black hole's degrees of freedom. Observer complementarity, which proposes a proliferation of non-local identifications inside the black hole, allows the entropy to be accommodated as long as individual observers inside the black hole see less than the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy. In the specific model considered with huge entropy production, we show that individual observers do see less than the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy, offering strong support for observer complementarity.
Entropy of a Black Hole with Distinct Surface Gravities
Wu Zhong Chao
2000-01-01
In gravitational thermodynamics, the entropy of a black hole with distinct surface gravities can be evaluated on a microcanonical ensemble. At the WKB level, the entropy becomes the negative of the Euclidean action of the constrained instanton, which is the seed for the black hole creation in the no-boundary universe. Using the Gauss-Bonnet theorem, we prove the quite universal formula in Euclidean quantum gravity that the entropy of a nonrotating black hole is one quarter the sum of the products of the Euler characteristics and the areas of the horizons. For Lovelock gravity, the entropy and quantum creation of a black hole are also studied.
Scalar fields in BTZ black hole spacetime and entanglement entropy
Veer Singh, Dharm; Siwach, Sanjay
2013-12-01
We study the quantum scalar fields in the background of BTZ black hole spacetime. We calculate the entanglement entropy using the discretized model, which resembles a system of coupled harmonic oscillators. The leading term of the entropy formula is standard Bakenstein-Hawking entropy and sub-leading corresponds to quantum corrections to black hole entropy. We calculate the coefficient of sub-leading logarithmic corrections numerically.
Black hole entropy and finite geometry
It is shown that the E6(6) symmetric entropy formula describing black holes and black strings in D=5 is intimately tied to the geometry of the generalized quadrangle GQ(2, 4) with automorphism group the Weyl group W(E6). The 27 charges correspond to the points and the 45 terms in the entropy formula to the lines of GQ(2, 4). Different truncations with 15, 11 and 9 charges are represented by three distinguished subconfigurations of GQ(2, 4), well known to finite geometers; these are the 'doily'[i.e. GQ(2, 2)] with 15, the 'perp set' of a point with 11, and the 'grid'[i.e. GQ(2, 1)] with nine points, respectively. In order to obtain the correct signs for the terms in the entropy formula, we use a noncommutative labeling for the points of GQ(2, 4). For the 40 different possible truncations with nine charges this labeling yields 120 Mermin squares--objects well known from studies concerning Bell-Kochen-Specker-like theorems. These results are connected to our previous ones obtained for the E7(7) symmetric entropy formula in D=4 by observing that the structure of GQ(2, 4) is linked to a particular kind of geometric hyperplane of the split Cayley hexagon of order 2, featuring 27 points located on nine pairwise disjoint lines (a distance-3-spread). We conjecture that the different possibilities of describing the D=5 entropy formula using Jordan algebras, qubits and/or qutrits correspond to employing different coordinates for an underlying noncommutative geometric structure based on GQ(2, 4).
Effects of Noncommutativity on the Black Hole Entropy
Gupta, Kumar S; Juric, Tajron; Meljanac, Stjepan; Samsarov, Andjelo
2013-01-01
In this paper the BTZ black hole geometry is probed with a noncommutative scalar field which obeys the $\\kappa$-Minkowski algebra. The entropy of the BTZ black hole is calculated using the brick wall method. The contribution of the noncommutativity to the black hole entropy is explicitly evaluated up to the first order in the deformation parameter. We also argue that such a correction to the black hole entropy can be interpreted as arising from the renormalization of the Newton's constant due to the effects of the noncommutativity.
Effects of Noncommutativity on the Black Hole Entropy
The BTZ black hole geometry is probed with a noncommutative scalar field which obeys the κ-Minkowski algebra. The entropy of the BTZ black hole is calculated using the brick wall method. The contribution of the noncommutativity to the black hole entropy is explicitly evaluated up to the first order in the deformation parameter. We also argue that such a correction to the black hole entropy can be interpreted as arising from the renormalization of the Newton’s constant due to the effects of the noncommutativity
Effects of Noncommutativity on the Black Hole Entropy
Kumar S. Gupta
2014-01-01
Full Text Available The BTZ black hole geometry is probed with a noncommutative scalar field which obeys the κ-Minkowski algebra. The entropy of the BTZ black hole is calculated using the brick wall method. The contribution of the noncommutativity to the black hole entropy is explicitly evaluated up to the first order in the deformation parameter. We also argue that such a correction to the black hole entropy can be interpreted as arising from the renormalization of the Newton’s constant due to the effects of the noncommutativity.
Quantum correction to the entropy of noncommutative BTZ black hole
Anacleto, M A; Passos, E; Cavalcanti, A G; Spinelly, J
2015-01-01
In this paper we consider the generalized uncertainty principle (GUP) in the tunneling formalism via Hamilton-Jacobi method to determine the quantum-corrected Hawking temperature and entropy for noncommutative BTZ black hole. In our results we obtain several types of corrections including the expected logarithmic correction to the area entropy associated with the noncommutative BTZ black holes.
Entropy of the Kerr–Sen black hole
Alexis Larrañaga
2011-04-01
We study the entropy of Kerr–Sen black hole of heterotic string theory beyond semiclassical approximations. Applying the properties of exact differentials for three variables to the ﬁrst law of thermodynamics, we derive the corrections to the entropy of the black hole. The leading (logarithmic) and non-leading corrections to the area law are obtained.
Deformed Density Matrix and Quantum Entropy of the Black Hole
A. E. Shalyt-Margolin
2006-03-01
Full Text Available In the present work the approach - density matrix deformation - earlier developed by the author to study a quantum theory of the Early Universe (Planck's scales is applied to study a quantum theory of black holes. On this basis the author investigates the information paradox problem, entropy of the black hole remainders after evaporation, and consistency with the holographic principle. The possibility for application of the proposed approach to the calculation of quantum entropy of a black hole is considered.
Entropy correction of BTZ black holes in a tunneling framework
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2010-01-01
In this paper, using the Parikh-Wilczek tunneling framework, we first calculate the emission rates of non-rotating BTZ black holes and rotating BTZ black holes to second order accuracy. Then, by assuming that the emission process satisfies an underlying unitary theory, we obtain the corrected entropy of the BTZ black holes. A log term emerges naturally in the expression of the corrected entropy. A discussion about the inverse area term is also presented.
The information entropy of a static dilaton black hole
LIU ChengZhou
2008-01-01
In accordance with holographic principle, by calculating the statistical entropy of the quantum field just at the event horizon of the Garfinkle-Horowitz-Strominger dilaton black hole, the information entropy of the black hole was investigated and the Bekenstein-Hawking formula was obtained. The results show that black hole entropy is identical with the statistical entropy of the quantum field at the horizon. Using the generalized uncertainty relation, the divergence of the state density near the event horizon in usual quantum field theory was removed, and the cutoffs and the little mass approximation in the heat gas method of black hole entropy were avoided. Thus, the microstates of the massive scalar field just at the event horizon of the static dilaton black hole were studied directly and a description on holograph principle was presented. By using residue theorem, the integral difficulty in the calculation was overcome, and the information entropy and the Bekenstein-Hawking formula were obtained quantitatively. Compared with the black hole entropy from the loop quantum gravity, the consistency of methods and results of calculating black hole entropy in non-commutative quantum field theory and loop quantum gravity was investigated. By this, the gravity correction constant in the generalized uncertainty relation was suggested and the sense of holographic principle was discussed.
Entropy bound of horizons for charged and rotating black holes
We revisit the entropy product, entropy sum and other thermodynamic relations of charged and rotating black holes. Based on these relations, we derive the entropy (area) bound for both event horizon and Cauchy horizon. We establish these results for variant class of 4-dimensional charged and rotating black holes in Einstein(–Maxwell) gravity and higher derivative gravity. We also generalize the discussion to black holes with NUT charge. The validity of this formula, which seems to be universal for black holes with two horizons, gives further clue on the crucial role that the thermodynamic relations of multi-horizons play in black hole thermodynamics and understanding the entropy at the microscopic level
General logarithmic corrections to black-hole entropy
We compute leading-order corrections to the entropy of any thermodynamic system due to small statistical fluctuations around equilibrium. When applied to black holes, these corrections are shown to be of the form -k ln(Area). For BTZ black holes, k=3/2, as found earlier. We extend the result to anti-de Sitter Schwarzschild and Reissner-Nordstroem black holes in arbitrary dimensions. Finally we examine the role of conformal field theory in black-hole entropy and its corrections
Entropy spectrum of (1+1) dimensional stringy black holes
We explore the entropy spectrum of (1+1) dimensional dilatonic stringy black holes via the adiabatic invariant integral method known as Jiang and Han's method (Phys Lett B 718:584, 2012) and the Bohr-Sommerfeld quantization rule. It is found that the corresponding spectrum depends on black hole parameters like charge, ADM mass, and, more interestingly, on the dilatonic field. We calculate the entropy of the present black hole system via the Euclidean treatment of quantum gravity and study the thermodynamics of the black hole and find that the system does not undergo any phase transition. (orig.)
Black holes and entropy in loop quantum gravity: An overview
Corichi, Alejandro
2009-01-01
Black holes in equilibrium and the counting of their entropy within Loop Quantum Gravity are reviewed. In particular, we focus on the conceptual setting of the formalism, briefly summarizing the main results of the classical formalism and its quantization. We then focus on recent results for small, Planck scale, black holes, where new structures have been shown to arise, in particular an effective quantization of the entropy. We discuss recent results that employ in a very effective manner results from number theory, providing a complete solution to the counting of black hole entropy. We end with some comments on other approaches that are motivated by loop quantum gravity.
Correction value to charged Bekenstein-Hawking black hole entropy
2008-01-01
Recently,based on the study of black hole Hawking radiation with the tunnel effect method,we found that the radiation spectrum of the black hole is not a strict pure thermal spectrum. It is a very interesting problem to determine how the departure of the black hole radiation spectrum from the pure thermal spectrum affects entropy. We calculate the partition function by the energy spectrum obtained using tunnel effect. Using the relation between the partition function and entropy,we derive the correction value to Bekenstein-Hawking entropy of the charged black hole. Fur-thermore,we obtain the conditions that various thermodynamic quantities must satisfy,when phase transition of the charged black hole occurs.
Statistical Entropy of Four-Dimensional Extremal Black Holes
Maldacena, Juan; Strominger, Andrew
1996-01-01
String theory is used to count microstates of four-dimensional extremal black holes in compactifications with $N=4$ and $N=8$ supersymmetry. The result agrees for large charges with the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy.
Black-hole thermodynamics: Entropy, information and beyond
Saurya Das
2004-10-01
We review some recent advances in black-hole thermodynamics including statistical mechanical origins of black-hole entropy and its leading order corrections from the view points of various quantum gravity theories. We then examine the problem of information loss and some possible approaches to its resolution. Finally, we study some proposed experiments which may be able to provide experimental signatures of black holes.
Entropy of Scalar Field near a Schwarzschild Black Hole Horizon
Setare, M.R.(Department of Science, University of Kurdistan, Campus of Bijar, Bijar, Iran)
2005-01-01
In this paper we compute the correction to the entropy of Schwarzschild black hole due to the vacuum polarization effect of massive scalar field. The Schwarzschild black hole is supposed to be confined in spherical shell. The scalar field obeying mixed boundary condition on the spherical shell.
Quantum Black Hole Entropy and Localization in Supergravity
Reys, V.
2016-01-01
In this thesis, we examine in detail the notion of black hole entropy in Quantum Field Theories, with a specific focus on supersymmetric black holes and the perturbative and non-perturbative quantum corrections to the classical area-law of Bekenstein-Hawking, where the latter stipulates that the the
Entropy Corrections for a Charged Black Hole of String Theory*
Alexis Larra(n)aga
2011-01-01
We study the entropy of the Gibbons-Macda-Garfinkle-Horowitz-Strominger (GMGHS) charged black hole, originated from the effective action that emerges in the low-energy of string theory, beyond semiclassical approximations. Applying the properties of exact differentials for three variables to the first law thermodynamics ve derive the quantum corrections to the entropy of the black hole. The leading (logarithmic) and non leading corrections to the area law are obtained.
Entanglement Entropy of AdS Black Holes
Maurizio Melis
2010-11-01
Full Text Available We review recent progress in understanding the entanglement entropy of gravitational configurations for anti-de Sitter gravity in two and three spacetime dimensions using the AdS/CFT correspondence. We derive simple expressions for the entanglement entropy of two- and three-dimensional black holes. In both cases, the leading term of the entanglement entropy in the large black hole mass expansion reproduces exactly the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy, whereas the subleading term behaves logarithmically. In particular, for the BTZ black hole the leading term of the entanglement entropy can be obtained from the large temperature expansion of the partition function of a broad class of 2D CFTs on the torus.
Emergent gravity and entanglement entropy of black holes
When the gravitational interaction emerges from some underlying quantum field theory, black hole entropy should be completely explained in terms of the entanglement entropy (EE) of the quantum fields We show that this is the case of the anti-de Sitter black hole in two spacetime dimensions. In this case two-dimensional (2D) Newton constant is wholly induced by a conformal field theory and an exact formula for the EE can be derived. In the large black hole mass limit the leading term of this formula reproduces exactly the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy of the hole, whereas the subleading term behaves logarithmically. This subleading term has the universal form of the entanglement entropy of physical systems described by effective conformal fields theories (e.g. one-dimensional statistical models at the critical point).
Statistical Entropy of Horowitz-Strominger Black Hole
ZHAO Ren; ZHANG Jun-Fang; ZHANG Li-Chun
2002-01-01
The partition functions of bosonic and fermionic fields in Horowitz Strominger black hole are deriveddirectly by quantum statistical method. Then via the improved brick-wall method (membrane model), the statisticalentropy of black hole is obtained. If a proper parameter is chosen in our result, it is found out that the entropy isproportional to the area of horizon. The stripped term and the divergent logarithmic term in the original brick-wallmethod no longer exist. The difficulty in solving the wave equations of scalar and Dirac fields is avoided. A new neatway of calculating the entropy of various complicated black holes is offered.
Horowitz-Strominger Black Hole Entropy Without Brick Wall
ZHANG Li-Chun; ZHAO Ren; LIN Hai
2004-01-01
@@ A Horowitz-Strominger black hole is discussed through a new equation of state density motivated by the generalized uncertainty relation in quantum gravity. There is no burst in the last stage of emission from a HorowitzStrominger black hole. When the new equation of state density is used to investigate the entropy of bosonic field and fermionic field outside the horizon of a static Horowitz-Strominger black hole, the divergence that appears in the brick-wall model is removed without any cutoff. The entropy proportional to the horizon area is derived from the contribution in the vicinity of the horizon.
Holographic Entropy Bound of a Nonstationary Black Hole
LIU Cheng-Zhou
2006-01-01
@@ In accordance with the holographic principle, by counting the states of the scalar field just at the event horizon of the Vaidya-Bonner black hole, the holographic entropy bound of the black hole is calculated and the BekensteinHawking formula is obtained. With the generalized uncertainty principle, the divergence of statedensity at event horizon in the ordinary quantum field theory is removed. With the residue theorem, the integral trouble in the calculation is overcome. The present result is quantitatively tenable and the holographic principle is realized by applying the quantum field theory to the black hole entropy problem. Compared with some previous works, it is suggested that the quantum states contributing to black hole entropy should be restricted on the event horizon.
Statistical Origin of Black Hole Entropy in Matrix Theory
The statistical entropy of black holes in matrix theory is considered. Assuming matrix theory is the discretized light-cone quantization of a theory with eleven-dimensional Lorentz invariance, we map the counting problem onto the original Gibbons-Hawking calculations of the thermodynamic entropy. copyright 1998 The American Physical Society
Microscopic Entropy of N=2 Extremal Black Holes
David M. Kaplan; Lowe, David A.; Maldacena, Juan M.; Strominger, Andrew
1996-01-01
String theory is used to compute the microscopic entropy for several examples of black holes in compactifications with $N=2$ supersymmetry. Agreement with the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy and the moduli-independent $N=2$ area formula is found in all cases.
Effect of spins on the quantum entropy of black holes
Jing, Jiliang; Yan, Mu-Lin
2000-01-01
By using the Newman-Penrose formalism and 't Hooft brick-wall model, the quantum entropies of the Kerr-Newman black hole due to the Dirac and electromagnetic fields are calculated and the effects of the spins of the photons and Dirac particles on the entropies are investigated. It is shown that the entropies depend only on the square of the spins of the particles and the contribution of the spins is dependent on the rotation of the black hole, except that different fields obey different stati...
Information entropy for static spherically symmetric black holes
Jiang Ji-Jian; Li Chuan-An
2009-01-01
By using the new equation of state density derived from the generalized uncertainty relation, the number of the quantum states near event horizon is obtained, with which then the information entropy of static spherically symmetric black holes has been discussed. It is found that the divergent integral of quantum states near the event horizon can be naturally avoided if using the new equation of state density without introducing the ultraviolet cut-off. The information entropy of black holes can be obtained precisely by the residue theorem, which is shown to be proportional to the horizon area. The information entropy of black holes obtained agrees with the Bechenstein-Hawking entropy when the suitable cutoff factor is adopted.
Finiteness of Entanglement Entropy in Quantum Black Hole
Wen, Wen-Yu
2015-01-01
In the \\cite{Kuwakino:2014nra}, a logarithmic correction to the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy was suggested to act as the entanglement entropy which encodes the black hole information. A sudden entanglement model of CFT within finite Euclidean time was proposed and justified by the alternative sign for $n$-partite quantum information. However, this prelimary form suffers from the notorious divergence at its low temperature limit. In this letter, we propose a modified form for black hole entanglement entropy such that the divergence sickness can be cured. We discuss its asymptotic form at both IR and UV limit and relation to the higher loop quantum correction. At last, we argue that the black hole remnant hypothesis may not be needed for this modified entanglement entropy.
Gravitational entropy of a Schwarzschild-type black hole
Dil, Emre
2016-07-01
In this study, Clifton, Ellis and Tavakol's gravitational entropy proposal is used to determine the entropy of free gravitational fields due to a spherical symmetric Schwarzschild-type black hole which is considered in the framework of f( R) gravity. In order to obtain the gravitational entropy, we calculate the Weyl tensor of the black hole to determine the Bel-Robinson tensor, giving the super energy density. By using the super energy density, we obtain the gravitational energy density and the gravitational temperature to calculate the gravitational entropy of the f( R) gravity black hole. This proposal can reproduce the Bekenstein-Hawking value in general relativity limit, but cannot reproduce it in the f( R) gravity case.
Entropy of three-dimensional BTZ black holes
GAO; Changjun; SHEN; Yougen
2004-01-01
The entropies of scalar field and neutrino field are calculated in the back ground of three-dimensional BTZ black hole.Considering statistical physics,we propose not to consider the superraradiant modes for bosons(Fermion fields do not displaysup perradiance).In fact,the nonsuperradiant modes do contribute exactly the area entropy for both bosons and fermions.The result shows that the neutrino field entropy is 3/2 times the scalar one.
Universal Near-Horizon Conformal Structure and Black Hole Entropy
Chakrabarti, Sayan K.; Gupta, Kumar S.; Sen, Siddhartha
It is shown that a massless scalar probe reveals a universal near-horizon conformal structure for a wide class of black holes, including the BTZ. The central charge of the corresponding Virasoro algebra contains information about the black hole. With a suitable quantization condition on the central charge, the CFT associated with the black hole in our approach is consistent with the recent observation of Witten, where the dual theory for the BTZ in the AdS/CFT framework has been identified with the construction of Frenkel, Lepowsky and Meurman. This CFT admits the Fischer-Griess monster group as its symmetry. The logarithm of the dimension of a specific representation of the monster group has been identified by Witten as the entropy of the BTZ black hole. Our algebraic approach shows that a wide class of black holes share the same near-horizon conformal structure as that for the BTZ. With a suitable quantization condition, the CFT's for all these black holes in our formalism can be identified with the FLM model, although not through the AdS/CFT correspondence. The corresponding entropy for the BTZ provides a lower bound for the entropy of this entire class of black holes.
Entropy of N-Dimensional Spherically Symmetric Charged Black Hole
ZHAO Ren; WU Yue-Qin; ZHANG Li-Chun
2003-01-01
By using the method of quantum statistics, we derive directly the partition functions of bosonic andfermionic fields in the N-dimensional spherically symmetric charged black hole space-time. The statistical entropy ofblack hole is obtained by an improved brick-wall method. When we choose proper parameters in our results, we canobtain that the entropy of black hole is proportional to the area of horizon. In our result, there do not exist neglectedterm and divergent logarithmic term given in the original brick-wall method. We avoid the difficulty in solving the waveequation of scalar and Dirac fields. We offer a simple and direct way of studying entropy of the higher-dimensional black hole.
Entropy calculation for a toy black hole
Sahlmann, H.
2008-01-01
In this note we carry out the counting of states for a black hole in loop quantum gravity, however assuming an equidistant area spectrum. We find that this toy-model is exactly solvable, and we show that its behavior is very similar to that of the correct model. Thus this toy-model can be used as a
Black Hole Entropy, Topological Entropy and the Baum-Connes Conjecture in K-Theory
Zois, Ioannis P.
2001-01-01
We shall try to exhibit a relation between black hole entropy and topological entropy using the famous Baum-Connes conjecture for foliated manifolds which are particular examples of noncommutative spaces. Our argument is qualitative and it is based on the microscopic origin of the Beckenstein-Hawking area-entropy formula for black holes, provided by superstring theory, in the more general noncommutative geometric context of M-Theory following the Connes- Douglas-Schwarz article.
Corrected entropy of BTZ black hole in tunneling approach
Modak, Sujoy Kumar
2008-01-01
We investigate further the recent analysis \\cite{R.Banerjee2}, based on a Hamilton-Jacobi type approach, to compute the temperature and entropy of black holes beyond the semiclassical approximation. It is shown how non spherically symmetric geometries are inducted in the general formalism by explicitly considering the BTZ black hole. The leading (logarithmic) and non leading corrections to the area law are obtained.
Corrected entropy of BTZ black hole in tunneling approach
Modak, Sujoy Kumar [S.N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, JD Block, Sector III, Salt Lake, Kolkata 700098 (India)], E-mail: sujoy@bose.res.in
2009-01-12
We investigate further the recent analysis [R. Banerjee, B.R. Majhi, JHEP 0806 (2008) 095, (arXiv: 0805.2220)], based on a Hamilton-Jacobi type approach, to compute the temperature and entropy of black holes beyond the semiclassical approximation. It is shown how nonspherically symmetric geometries are inducted in the general formalism by explicitly considering the BTZ black hole. The leading (logarithmic) and nonleading corrections to the area law are obtained.
Corrected entropy of BTZ black hole in tunneling approach
Modak, Sujoy Kumar
2009-01-01
We investigate further the recent analysis [R. Banerjee, B.R. Majhi, JHEP 0806 (2008) 095, arxiv:arXiv: 0805.2220], based on a Hamilton-Jacobi type approach, to compute the temperature and entropy of black holes beyond the semiclassical approximation. It is shown how nonspherically symmetric geometries are inducted in the general formalism by explicitly considering the BTZ black hole. The leading (logarithmic) and nonleading corrections to the area law are obtained.
BTZ Black Hole Entropy and the Turaev-Viro model
Geiller, Marc
2013-01-01
We show the explicit agreement between the derivation of the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy of a Euclidean BTZ black hole from the point of view of spin foam models and canonical quantization. This is done by considering a graph observable (corresponding to the black hole horizon) in the Turaev-Viro state sum model, and then analytically continuing the resulting partition function to negative values of the cosmological constant.
Statistical Entropy of Horowitz—Strominger Black Hole
ZHAORen; ZHANGJun－Fang; 等
2002-01-01
The partition functions of bosonic and fermionic fields in Horowitz-Strominger black hole are derived directly by quantum statistical method.Then via the improved brick-wall method (membrane model),the statistical entropy of black hole is obtained.If a proper parameter is chosen in our result,it is found out that the entropy is proportional to the area of horizon.The stripped term and the divergent logarithmic term in the original brick-wall method no longer exist.The difficulty in solving the wave equations of scalar and Dirac fields is avoided.A new neat way of calculating the entropy of various complicated black holes is offered.
Holography, Gauge-Gravity Connection and Black Hole Entropy
Majumdar, Parthasarathi
2009-01-01
The issues of holography and possible links with gauge theories in spacetime physics is discussed, in an approach quite distinct from the more restricted AdS-CFT correspondence. A particular notion of holography in the context of black hole thermodynamics is derived (rather than conjectured) from rather elementary considerations, which also leads to a criterion of thermal stability of radiant black holes, without resorting to specific classical metrics. For black holes that obey this criterion, the canonical entropy is expressed in terms of the microcanonical entropy of an Isolated Horizon which is essentially a local generalization of the very global event horizon and is a null inner boundary of spacetime, with marginal outer trapping. It is argued why degrees of freedom on this horizon must be described by a topological gauge theory. Quantizing this boundary theory leads to the microcanonical entropy of the horizon expressed in terms of an infinite series asymptotic in the cross-sectional area, with the lea...
Extremal Black Hole Entropy from Horizon Conformal Field Theories
Halyo, Edi
2015-01-01
We show that the entropy of extremal $D=4$ Reissner--Nordstrom black holes can be computed from horizon CFTs with central charges and conformal weights fixed by the dimensionless Rindler energy. This is possible in the simultaneous extremal and near horizon limit of the black hole which takes the geometry to an $AdS_2$ Rindler space with finite temperature. The CFT description of dilatonic $AdS_2$ black holes, obtained from extremal ones by dimensional reduction, lead to exactly the same CFT states.
Spectrum and statistical entropy of AdS black holes
Popular approaches to quantum gravity describe black hole microstates differently and apply different statistics to count them. Since the relationship between the approaches is not clear, this obscures the role of statistics in calculating the black hole entropy. We address this issue by discussing the entropy of eternal AdS black holes in dimension four and above within the context of a midisuperspace model. We determine the black hole eigenstates and find that they describe the quantization in half integer units of a certain function of the Arnowitt-Deser-Misner (ADM) mass and the cosmological constant. In the limit of a vanishing cosmological constant (the Schwarzschild limit) the quantized function becomes the horizon area and in the limit of a large cosmological constant it approaches the ADM mass of the black holes. We show that in the Schwarzschild limit the area quatization leads to the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy if Boltzmann statistics are employed. In the limit of a large cosmological constant the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy can be recovered only via Bose statistics. The two limits are separated by a first order phase transition, which seems to suggest a shift from ''particlelike'' degrees of freedom at large cosmological constant to geometric degrees of freedom as the cosmological constant approaches zero.
Quantum-corrected finite entropy of noncommutative acoustic black holes
Anacleto, M. A.; Brito, F. A.; Luna, G. C.; Passos, E.; Spinelly, J.
2015-11-01
In this paper we consider the generalized uncertainty principle in the tunneling formalism via Hamilton-Jacobi method to determine the quantum-corrected Hawking temperature and entropy for 2 + 1-dimensional noncommutative acoustic black holes. In our results we obtain an area entropy, a correction logarithmic in leading order, a correction term in subleading order proportional to the radiation temperature associated with the noncommutative acoustic black holes and an extra term that depends on a conserved charge. Thus, as in the gravitational case, there is no need to introduce the ultraviolet cut-off and divergences are eliminated.
Quantum-corrected finite entropy of noncommutative acoustic black holes
Anacleto, M A; Luna, G C; Passos, E; Spinelly, J
2015-01-01
In this paper we consider the generalized uncertainty principle in the tunneling formalism via Hamilton-Jacobi method to determine the quantum-corrected Hawking temperature and entropy for 2+1-dimensional noncommutative acoustic black holes. In our results we obtain an area entropy, a correction logarithmic in leading order, a correction term in subleading order proportional to the radiation temperature associated with the noncommutative acoustic black holes and an extra term that depends on a conserved charge. Thus, as in the gravitational case, there is no need to introduce the ultraviolet cut-off and divergences are eliminated.
Absence of log correction in entropy of large black holes
Ghosh, A., E-mail: amit.ghosh@saha.ac.in; Mitra, P., E-mail: parthasarathi.mitra@saha.ac.in
2014-06-27
Earlier calculations of black hole entropy in loop quantum gravity led to a dominant term proportional to the area, but there was a correction involving the logarithm of the area, the Chern–Simons level being assumed to be large. We find that the calculations yield an entropy proportional to the area eigenvalue with no such correction if the Chern–Simons level is finite, so that the area eigenvalue can be relatively large.
Black Hole Entropy Calculation in a Modified Thin Film Model
Jingyi Zhang
2011-03-01
The thin film model is modified to calculate the black hole entropy. The difference from the original method is that the Parikh–Wilczek tunnelling framework is introduced and the self-gravitation of the emission particles is taken into account. In terms of our improvement, if the entropy is still proportional to the area, then the emission energy of the particles will satisfy = /360.
CFT and Logarithmic Corrections of Black Hole Entropy Product Formula
Pradhan, Parthapratim
2016-01-01
We examine the \\emph{effects of CFT} (conformal field theory) on the logarithmic corrections of black hole (BH) entropy product formula of outer horizon and inner horizon by explicitly giving several examples. We also argue that logarithmic corrections of BH entropy product formula when calculated via CFT the formula also should \\emph{not be universal} and it also should \\emph{not be quantized}.
Quantization of black hole entropy from unstable circular null geodesics
Wei, Shao-Wen; Liu, Yu-Xiao; Fu, Chun-E.
2016-04-01
The quasinormal mode frequencies can be understood from the massless particles trapped at the unstable circular null geodesics and slowly leaking out to infinity. Based on this viewpoint, in this paper, we semiclassically construct the entropy spectrum of the static and stationary black holes from the null geodesics. The result shows that the spacing of the entropy spectrum only depends on the property of the black hole in the eikonal limit. Moreover, for a black hole far from the extremal case, the spacing is found to be smaller than 2πħ for any dimension, which is very different from the result of the previous work by using the usual quasinormal mode frequencies.
Simple regular black hole with logarithmic entropy correction
Morales--Durán, Nicolás; Hoyos--Restrepo, Paulina; Bargueño, Pedro
2016-01-01
A simple regular black hole solution satisfying the weak energy condition is obtained within Einstein--non--linear electrodynamics theory. We have computed the thermodynamic properties of this black hole by a careful analysis of the horizons and we have found that the usual Bekenstein--Hawking entropy gets corrected by a logarithmic term. Therefore, in this sense our model realizes some quantum gravity predictions which add this kind of correction to the black hole entropy. In particular, we have established some similitudes between our model and a quadratic generalized uncertainty principle. This similitude has been confirmed by the existence of a remnant, which prevents complete evaporation, in agreement with the quadratic generalized uncertainty principle case.
Statistical Entropy of Four-Dimensional Extremal Black Holes
String theory is used to count microstates of four-dimensional extremal black holes in compactifications with N=4 and N=8 supersymmetry. The result agrees for large charges with the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy. copyright 1996 The American Physical Society
Stationarity of Extremum Entropy Stars and Black Holes
Schiffrin, Joshua
2015-04-01
For axisymmetric perfect-fluid stars in general relativity, we show that extrema of total entropy at fixed mass, angular momentum, and particle number are stationary. For axisymmetric vacuum black holes, we show that extrema of apparent-horizon area at fixed mass and angular momentum are stationary.
Scalar field entanglement entropy for small Schwarzschild black hole
Teslyk, Maksym; Teslyk, Olena
2013-01-01
We consider scalar field entanglement entropy generated with black hole of (sub)planck mass scale thus implying the unitary evolution of gravity. The dependence on the dimension of the Hilbert space for degrees of freedom located behind the horizon is taken into account. The obtained results contain polylogarithmic terms.
Logarithmic corrections in black hole entropy product formula
Pradhan, Parthapratim
2016-07-01
It has been shown by explicit and exact calculation that whenever we have taken the effects of stable thermal fluctuations, the entropy product formula should not be mass-independent nor does it quantized. It has been examined by giving some specific examples for non-rotating and rotating black hole.
Quantum Statistical Entropy of Spherical Black Holes in Higher Dimensions
XU Dian-Yan
2000-01-01
The free energy and entropy of a general spherically symmetry black hole are calculated by quantum statistic method with brick wall model Two different kinds of approximation are used to calculate the number of states in transverse spatial space. The final results are approximately equal except a rational numerical constant. The formulas of free energy and entropy, evaluated by each one of the two different kinds of approximation, are the same except some numerical constants. The free energy and entropy are dependent on the spacetime dimensionsD. When D = 4, they reduce to the usual well known results.
Dirty black holes Entropy as a surface term
Visser, M
1993-01-01
It is by now clear that the naive rule for the entropy of a black hole, {entropy} = 1/4 {area of event horizon}, is violated in many interesting cases. Indeed, several authors have recently conjectured that in general the entropy of a dirty black hole might be given purely in terms of some surface integral over the event horizon of that black hole. A formal proof of this conjecture, using Lorentzian signature techniques, has recently been provided by Wald. This note performs two functions. Firstly, a rather different proof of this result is presented --- a proof based on Euclidean signature techniques. The total entropy is S = 1/4 {k A_H / l_P^2} + \\int_H {S} \\sqrt{g} d^2x. The integration runs over a spacelike cross-section of the event horizon H. The surface entropy density, {S}, is related to the behaviour of the matter Lagrangian under time dilations. Secondly, I shall consider the specific case of Einstein-Hilbert gravity coupled to an effective Lagrangian that is an arbitrary function of the Riemann ten...
Universal near-horizon conformal structure and black hole entropy
Chakrabarti, Sayan K; Sen, Siddhartha
2007-01-01
It is shown that a massless scalar probe reveals a universal near-horizon conformal structure for a wide class of black holes, including the BTZ. The central charge of the corresponding Virasoro algebra contains information about the black hole. With a suitable quantization condition on the central charge, the CFT associated with the black hole in our approach is consistent with the recent observation of Witten, where the dual theory for the BTZ in the AdS/CFT framework has been identified with the construction of Frenkel, Lepowsky and Meurman. This CFT admits the Fischer-Griess monster group as its symmetry. The logarithm of the dimension of a specific representation of the monster group has been identified by Witten as the entropy of the BTZ black hole. Our algebraic approach shows that a wide class of black holes share the same near-horizon conformal structure as that for the BTZ. With a suitable quantization condition, the CFT's for all these black holes can be identified with the FLM model and the corres...
A note on entropy of de Sitter black holes
Bhattacharya, Sourav
2015-01-01
A de Sitter black hole or a black hole spacetime endowed with a positive cosmological constant has two Killing horizons -- a black hole horizon and a cosmological event horizon surrounding it. It is natural to expect that the total Bekenstein-Hawking entropy of such spacetimes should be the sum of the two horizons' areas. In this work we apply the recently developed formalism using the Gibbons-Hawking-York boundary term and the near horizon symmetries to derive the total entropy of such two horizon spacetimes. We first use a suitable general geometric set up for stationary axisymmetric spacetimes with two or more than two commuting Killing vector fields in an arbitrary spacetime dimensions. This framework helps us to deal with both the horizons in an equal footing and to obtain the total entropy. We show that in order get the total entropy, the near horizon mode functions for the diffeomorphism generating vector fields has to be restricted in a certain manner, compared to the single horizon spacetimes. We nex...
Black hole entropy, topological entropy and the Baum-Connes conjecture in K-theory
We shall try to show a relation between black hole (BH) entropy and topological entropy using the famous Baum-Connes conjecture for foliated manifolds which are particular examples of noncommutative spaces. Our argument is qualitative and it is based on the microscopic origin of the Beckenstein-Hawking area-entropy formula for BHs, provided by superstring theory, in the more general noncommutative geometric context of M-theory following the approach of Connes-Douglas-Schwarz. (author)
Black hole entropy, topological entropy and the Baum-Connes conjecture in K-theory
Zois, Ioannis P. [Mathematical Institute, Oxford University, Oxford (United Kingdom)]. E-mail: izois@maths.ox.ac.uk
2002-03-29
We shall try to show a relation between black hole (BH) entropy and topological entropy using the famous Baum-Connes conjecture for foliated manifolds which are particular examples of noncommutative spaces. Our argument is qualitative and it is based on the microscopic origin of the Beckenstein-Hawking area-entropy formula for BHs, provided by superstring theory, in the more general noncommutative geometric context of M-theory following the approach of Connes-Douglas-Schwarz. (author)
Corrections to the statistical entropy of five dimensional black holes
We compute the statistical entropy of the three charge (D1-D5-p) five dimensional black hole to sub-leading order in a large charge expansion. We find an agreement with the macroscopic calculation of the Wald entropy in R2 corrected supergravity theory. The two calculations have a overlapping regime of validity which is not the Cardy regime in the microscopic conformal field theory. We use this result to clarify the 4d-5d lift for black holes on Taub-NUT space. In particular, we compute sub-leading corrections to the formula S4d = S5d. In the microscopic analysis, this correction arises from excitations bound to the Taub-NUT space. In the macroscopic picture, the difference is accounted by a mechanism present in a higher derivative theory wherein the geometry of the Taub-NUT space absorbs some of the electric charge.
Entropy Defined, Entropy Increase and Decoherence Understood, and Some Black-Hole Puzzles Solved
Kay, B S
1998-01-01
Statistical mechanics explains thermodynamics in terms of (quantum) mechanics by equating the entropy of a microstate of a closed system with the logarithm of the number of microstates in the macrostate to which it belongs, but the question `what is a macrostate?' has never been answered except in a vague, subjective, way. However Hawking's discovery of black hole evaporation led to a formula for black hole entropy with no subjective element. In this letter, we argue from this result, together with the assumption that `black hole thermodynamics is just ordinary thermodynamics applied to black holes', that a macrostate for a general (quantum gravitational) closed system is an equivalence class of matter-gravity microstates with the same expectation values for the matter degrees of freedom alone. Not only does this finally answer the question `what is entropy?', but it also predicts the equality of the thermodynamic entropy of a black hole with the matter and the gravity entropy-like quantities derived from the...
Entropy localization and extensivity in the semiclassical black hole evaporation
I aim to quantify the distribution of information in the Hawking radiation and inside the black hole in the semiclassical evaporation process. The structure of relativistic quantum field theory does not allow one to define a localized entropy unambiguously, but rather forces one to consider the shared information (mutual information) between two different regions of space-time. Using this tool, I first show that the entropy of a thermal gas at the Unruh temperature underestimates the actual amount of (shared) information present in a region of the Rindler space. Then, I analyze the mutual information between the black hole and the late time radiation region. A well-known property of the entropy implies that this is monotonically increasing with time. This means that in the semiclassical picture it is not possible to recover the eventual purity of the initial state in the final Hawking radiation through subtle correlations established during the whole evaporation period, no matter the interactions present in the theory. I find extensivity of the entropy as a consequence of a reduction to a two dimensional conformal problem in a simple approximation. However, the extensivity of information in the radiation region in a full four dimensional calculation seems not to be guaranteed on general grounds. I also analyze the localization of shared information inside the black hole finding that a large amount of it is contained in a small, approximately flat region of space-time near the point where the horizon begins. This gives place to large violations of the entropy bounds. I show that this problem is not eased by backscattering effects and argue that a breaking of conformal invariance is necessary to delocalize the entropy. Finally, I indicate that the mutual information could lead to a way to understand the Bekenstein-Hawking black hole entropy which does not require a drastic reduction in degrees of freedom in order to regulate the entanglement entropy. On the contrary
Black hole entropy and the problem of universality
A key test of any quantum theory of gravity is its ability to reproduce the known thermodynamic properties of black holes. A statistical mechanical description of the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy once seemed remote, but today we suffer an embarrassment of riches: many different approaches to quantum gravity yield the same entropy, despite counting very different states. This 'universality' suggests that some underlying feature of the classical theory may control the quantum density of states. I discuss the possibility that this feature is an approximate two-dimensional conformal symmetry near the horizon
Extremal black holes, gravitational entropy and nonstationary metric fields
Edery, Ariel
2010-01-01
We show that extremal black holes have zero entropy by pointing out a simple fact: they are time-independent throughout the spacetime and therefore correspond to a single or unique metric field configuration. We show that non-extremal black holes, including the Schwarzschild black hole, contain a region hidden behind the event horizon where all their Killing vectors are spacelike. This region is nonstationary and the time $t$ labels a continuous set of classical microstates, the phase space $[\\,h_{ab}(t), P^{ab}(t)\\,]$, where $h_{ab}$ is a three-metric induced on a spacelike hypersurface $\\Sigma_t$ and $P^{ab}$ is its momentum conjugate. We determine explicitly the phase space in the interior region of the Schwarzschild black hole. We identify its entropy as a measure of an outside observer's ignorance of $h_{ab}$ and $P^{ab}$ inside the event horizon: ignorance of the value of the label $t$ which lies anywhere between $0$ and $2M$. We provide numerical evidence from recent simulations of gravitational collap...
Increase of black hole entropy in higher curvature gravity
Jacobson, T; Myers, R C; Jacobson, Ted; Kang, Gungwon; Myers, Robert C
1995-01-01
We examine the Zeroth Law and the Second Law of black hole thermodynamics within the context of effective gravitational actions including higher curvature interactions. We show that entropy can never decrease for quasi-stationary processes in which a black hole accretes positive energy matter, independent of the details of the gravitational action. Within a class of higher curvature theories where the Lagrangian consists of a polynomial in the Ricci scalar, we use a conformally equivalent theory to establish that stationary black hole solutions with a Killing horizon satisfy the Zeroth Law, and that the Second Law holds in general for any dynamical process. We also introduce a new method for establishing the Second Law based on a generalization of the area theorem, which may prove useful for a wider class of Lagrangians. Finally, we show how one can infer the form of the black hole entropy, at least for the Ricci polynomial theories, by integrating the changes of mass and angular momentum in a quasistationary...
Entropy Product Formula for spinning BTZ Black Hole
Pradhan, Parthapratim
2015-01-01
We investigate the thermodynamic properties of inner and outer horizons in the background of spinning BTZ(Ba\\~{n}ados,Teitelboim and Zanelli) black hole. We compute the \\emph{horizon radii product, the entropy product, the surface temperature product, the Komar energy product and the specific heat product} for both the horizons. We observe that the entropy product is \\emph{universal}(mass-independent), whereas the surface temperature product, Komar energy product and specific heat product are \\emph{not universal} because they all depends on mass parameter. We also show that the \\emph{First law} of black hole thermodynamics and \\emph {Smarr-Gibbs-Duhem } relations hold for inner horizon as well as outer horizon. The Christodoulou-Ruffini mass formula is derived for both the horizons. We further study the \\emph{stability} of such black hole by computing the specific heat for both the horizons. It has been observed that under certain condition the black hole possesses \\emph{second order phase transition}.
Bound of Noncommutativity Parameter Based on Black Hole Entropy
Kim, Wontae; Lee, Daeho
2010-01-01
We study the bound of the noncommutativity parameter in the noncommutative Schwarzschild black hole which is a solution of the noncommutative ISO(3,1) Poincare gauge group. The statistical entropy satisfying the area law in the brick wall method yields a cutoff relation which depends on the noncommutativity parameter. Requiring both the cutoff parameter and the noncommutativity parameter to be real, the noncommutativity parameter can be shown to be bounded as $\\Theta > 8.4\\ times 10^{-2}l_{p}$.
Loop quantum gravity in higher dimensions and black hole entropy
A reformulation of higher-dimensional gravity theories is discussed which allows for the application of the loop quantum gravity program. To this end, a Hamiltonian formulation of the gravity theory has to be given on a Yang-Mills phase space such that the Yang-Mills gauge group is compact, the Poisson brackets are canonical, the variables are real and the theory is only subject to first class constraints. The computation of black hole entropy is discussed as an application.
A note on entropy of de Sitter black holes
Bhattacharya, Sourav [University of Crete, ITCP and Department of Physics, Heraklion (Greece); Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA), Pune (India)
2016-03-15
A de Sitter black hole or a black hole spacetime endowed with a positive cosmological constant has two Killing horizons - a black hole and a cosmological event horizon surrounding it. It is natural to expect that the total Bekenstein-Hawking entropy of such spacetimes should be the sum of the two horizons' areas. In this work we apply the recently developed formalism using the Gibbons-Hawking-York boundary term and the near horizon symmetries to derive the total entropy of such two horizon spacetimes. We construct a suitable general geometric set up for general stationary axisymmetric spacetimes with two or more than two commuting Killing vector fields in an arbitrary spacetime dimensions. This framework helps us to deal with both horizons on an equal footing. We show that in order to obtain the total entropy of such spacetimes, the near horizon mode functions for the diffeomorphism generating vector fields have to be restricted in a certain manner, compared to the single horizon spacetimes. We next discuss specific known exact solutions belonging to the Kerr-Newman or the Plebanski-Demianski-de Sitter families to show that they fall into the category of our general framework. We end with a sketch of further possible extensions of this work. (orig.)
Black-hole entropy and minimal diffusion
Arzano, Michele; Calcagni, Gianluca
2013-01-01
The density of states reproducing the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy-area scaling can be modeled via a nonlocal field theory. We define a diffusion process based on the kinematics of this theory and find a spectral dimension whose flow exhibits surprising properties. While it asymptotes four from above in the infrared, in the ultraviolet the spectral dimension diverges at a finite (Planckian) value of the diffusion length, signaling a breakdown of the notion of diffusion on a continuum spacetime ...
Area and entropy spectra of black holes via an adiabatic invariant
Liu Cheng-Zhou
2012-01-01
By considering and using an adiabatic invariant for black holes,the area and entropy spectra of static sphericallysymmetric black holes are investigated.Without using quasi-normal modes of black holes,equally-spaced area and entropy spectra are derived by only utilizing the adiabatic invariant.The spectra for non-charged and charged black holes are calculated,respectively.All these results are consistent with the original Bekenstein spectra.
Entropy of localized states and black hole evaporation
We call a state 'vacuum bounded' if every measurement performed outside a specified interior region gives the same result as in the vacuum. We compute the maximum entropy of a vacuum-bounded state with a given energy for a one-dimensional model, with the aid of numerical calculations on a lattice. The maximum entropy is larger than it would be for rigid wall boundary conditions by an amount δS, which for large energies is approx-lt(1)/(6)ln(LinT), where Lin is the length of the interior region. Assuming that the state resulting from the evaporation of a black hole is similar to a vacuum-bounded state, and that the similarity between vacuum-bounded and rigid-wall-bounded problems extends from 1 to 3 dimensions, we apply these results to the black hole information paradox. Under these assumptions we conclude that large amounts of information cannot be emitted in the final explosion of a black hole. copyright 1997 The American Physical Society
Entropy of the information retrieved from black holes
Mersini-Houghton, Laura
2016-07-01
The retrieval of black hole information was recently presented in two interesting proposals in the ‘Hawking Radiation’ conference: a revised version by Hooft of a proposal he initially suggested 20 years ago and, a new proposal by Hawking. Both proposals address the problem of black hole information loss at the classical level and derive an expression for the scattering matrix. The former uses gravitation back reaction of incoming particles that imprints its information on the outgoing modes. The latter uses supertranslation symmetry of horizons to relate a phase delay of the outgoing wave packet compared to their incoming wave partners. The difficulty in both proposals is that the entropy obtained from them appears to be infinite. By including quantum effects into the Hawking and Hooft’s proposals, I show that a subtlety arising from the inescapable measurement process, the quantum Zeno effect, not only tames divergences but it actually recovers the correct 1/4 of the area Bekenstein–Hawking entropy law of black holes.
Logarithmic Black Hole Entropy Corrections and Holographic R\\'enyi Entropy
Mahapatra, Subhash
2016-01-01
The entanglement and R\\'{e}nyi entropies for spherical entangling surfaces in CFTs with gravity duals can be explicitly calculated by mapping these entropies first to the thermal entropy on hyperbolic space and then, using the AdS/CFT correspondence, to the Wald entropy of topological black holes. Here we extend this idea by taking into account corrections to the Wald entropy. Using the method based on horizon symmetries and the asymptotic Cardy formula, we calculate corrections to the Wald entropy and find that these corrections are proportional to the logarithm of horizon area. With the corrected black hole entropy expression, we then find corrections to the R\\'{e}nyi entropies. We calculate these corrections for both Einstein as well as Gauss-Bonnet gravity duals. Corrections with logarithmic dependence on the area of the entangling surface naturally occur at the order $G_{D}^0$ and it seems to be a general feature of entanglement and R\\'{e}nyi entropies for CFTs with gravity duals. In particular, there is...
Einstein Prize: Black Hole Entropy - Then and Now
Bekenstein, Jacob
2015-04-01
Forty five year ago black holes were universally regarded as gravitational entities with only mechanical and electrical attributes. There then occurred a shift in thinking and we became accustomed to regard those exotic objects as also subject to thermodynamics. I shall recollect the forerunners of this conceptual change e.g. Hawking's black hole area increase theorem, and some of the steps by which it took place. The transition involved the introduction of black hole entropy and temperature, and the formulation of a generalized version of the second law. This last proved prophetic with the discovery of Hawking's radiance, a phenomenon which transcends the area increase theorem, but upholds the generalized second law. The thermodynamic paradigm for black holes has brought us face to face with subtle issues having to to do with the significance of information in physics, and the seeming collision between gravitational theory and quantum mechanics. Among the concrete fruits of the new way of thinking are various results on the peak information capacity of physical systems, as well as the ``holographic'' approach by which intricate calculations in quantum field theory (with applications to elementary particles or condensed matter physics) can be traded for tractable ones in classical gravity theory.
Entropy of non-extreme rotating black holes in string theories
We formulate the Rindler space description of rotating black holes in string theories. We argue that the comoving frame is the natural frame for studying the thermodynamics of rotating black holes and the statistical analysis of rotating black holes gets simplified in this frame. We also calculate statistical entropies of a general class of rotating black holes in heterotic strings on tori by applying the D-brane description and the correspondence principle. We find at least a qualitative agreement between the Bekenstein-Hawking entropies and the statistical entropies of these black hole solutions. (orig.)
Bosonic and Fermionic Entropy of (2+1)-Dimensional Charged Black Hole
CHEN Ju-Hua; WANG Yong-Jiu; JING Ji-Liang
2001-01-01
From resolving Klein-Gordon equation and Dirac equation in (2+1)-dimensional charged black hole spacetime and using 't Hooft's boundary condition and "quasi-periodic" boundary condition in the thin film brick wall model of black hole, which is introduced by LIU Weng-Biao and ZHAO Zheng, we obtain the bosonic and fermionic entropy of (2+1)-dimensional charged black hole, and find that the bosonic entropy is three times of fermionic entropy.
Entropy Spectrum of Modified Schwarzschild Black Hole via an Action Invariance
Cheng-Zhou Liu
2014-09-01
The entropy spectrum of a modified Schwarzschild black hole in the gravity’s rainbow are investigated. By utilizing an action invariance of the black hole with the help of Bohr–Sommerfield quantization rule, the entropy spectrum for the modified black hole are calculated. The result of the equally spaced-entropy spectrum being consistent to the original Bekenstein’s spectra is derived.
Universal Counting of Black Hole Entropy by Strings on the Stretched Horizon
Halyo, E
2001-01-01
We show that the entropy of any black object in any dimension can be understood as the entropy of a highly excited string on the stretched horizon. The string has a gravitationally renormalized tension due to the large redshift near the horizon. The Hawking temperature is given by the Hagedorn temperature of the string. As examples, we consider black holes with one (black p-branes) or two charges, Reissner-Nordstrom black holes and the BTZ black hole in addition to Schwarzschild black holes. We show that the vanishing and nonvanishing extremal entropies can be obtained as smooth limits of the near-extreme cases.
Entropy of Non-Extremal Black Holes from Loop Gravity
Bianchi, Eugenio
2012-01-01
We compute the entropy of non-extremal black holes using the quantum dynamics of Loop Gravity. The horizon entropy is finite, scales linearly with the area A, and reproduces the Bekenstein-Hawking expression S = A/4 with the one-fourth coefficient for all values of the Immirzi parameter. The near-horizon geometry of a non-extremal black hole - as seen by a stationary observer - is described by a Rindler horizon. We introduce the notion of a quantum Rindler horizon in the framework of Loop Gravity. The system is described by a quantum surface and the dynamics is generated by the boost Hamiltonion of Lorentzian Spinfoams. We show that the expectation value of the boost Hamiltonian reproduces the local horizon energy of Frodden, Ghosh and Perez. We study the coupling of the geometry of the quantum horizon to a two-level system and show that it thermalizes to the local Unruh temperature. The derived values of the energy and the temperature allow one to compute the thermodynamic entropy of the quantum horizon. The...
Entropy of Black Holes: A Quantum Algebraic Approach
G. Vitiello
2003-02-01
Full Text Available Abstract: In this paper we apply to a class of static and time-independent geometries the recently developed formalism of deformed algebras of quantum fields in curved backgrounds. In particular we derive: i some non-trivial features of the entanglement of the quantum vacuum, such as the robustness against interaction with the environment; ii the thermal properties and the entropy of black holes for space-times with a unique event horizon, such as Schwarzschild, de Sitter and Rindler space-times.
Localization of micro-states and statistical entropy of black holes
Statistical entropy of black holes in theories which are obtained by dimensional reduction from higher dimensions is calculated. The near-horizon geometry of these black holes contains as a factor the Banados-Teitelboim-Zanelli black hole. As the examples, the four-dimensional magnetic black holes obtained by dimensional reduction from the five-dimensional Einstein-Maxwell gravity and N = 2 supersymmetric four and five-dimensional black holes obtained by compactification of M-theory solutions on Calabi-Yau manifolds are considered. Statistical entropy is calculated as the entropy of micro-states of the three-dimensional black hole localized in the near-horizon region. In all the cases statistical entropy is equal to the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy
Dyonic AdS_4 black hole entropy and attractors via entropy function
Goulart, Prieslei
2015-01-01
Using the Sen's entropy function formalism, we compute the entropy for the extremal dyonic black hole solutions of theories in the presence of dilaton field coupled to the field strength and a dilaton potential. We solve the attractor equations analytically and determine the near horizon metric, the value of the scalar fields and the electric field on the horizon, and consequently the entropy of these black holes. The attractor mechanism plays a very important role for these systems, and after studying the simplest systems involving dilaton fields, we propose a general ansatz for the value of the scalar field on the horizon, which allows us to solve the attractor equations for gauged supergravity theories in AdS_4 spaces.
Statistical Entropy of the Kaluza－Klein Black Hole from the Horizon Conformal Field Theory
JING Ji-Liang; YAN Mu-Lin
2001-01-01
The statistical entropy of the Kaluza-Klein black hole is studied by counting the black hole states which form an algebra of diffeomorphism at Killing horizon with a central charge. It is shown that the entropy yielded by the standard Cardy formula agrees with the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy only if we take period T of function u as the periodicity of the Euclidean black hole. On the other hand, the first-order quantum correction to the entropy is proportional to the logarithm of the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy with a factor -1/2.
The Nernst theorem and statistical entropy in a (1+1)-dimensional charged black hole
It was derived that the bosonic and fermionic entropies in (1+1)-dimensional charged black hole directly by using the quantum statistical method. The result is the same as the integral expression obtained by solving the wave equation approximately. Then it is obtained the statistical entropy of the black hole by integration via the improved brick-wall method, membrane model. The derived entropy satisfies the thermodynamic relation. When the radiation temperature of the black hole tends to zero, so does the entropy. It obeys Nernst theorem. So it can be taken as Planck absolute entropy
Analytic continuation of black hole entropy in Loop Quantum Gravity
Jibril, Ben Achour; Mouchet, Amaury; Noui, Karim
2015-06-01
We define the analytic continuation of the number of black hole microstates in Loop Quantum Gravity to complex values of the Barbero-Immirzi parameter γ. This construction deeply relies on the link between black holes and Chern-Simons theory. Technically, the key point consists in writing the number of microstates as an integral in the complex plane of a holomorphic function, and to make use of complex analysis techniques to perform the analytic continuation. Then, we study the thermodynamical properties of the corresponding system (the black hole is viewed as a gas of indistinguishable punctures) in the framework of the grand canonical ensemble where the energy is defined à la Frodden-Gosh-Perez from the point of view of an observer located close to the horizon. The semi-classical limit occurs at the Unruh temperature T U associated to this local observer. When γ = ± i, the entropy reproduces at the semi-classical limit the area law with quantum corrections. Furthermore, the quantum corrections are logarithmic provided that the chemical potential is fixed to the simple value μ = 2 T U.
Isolated Horizons and Black Hole Entropy in Loop Quantum Gravity
Jacobo Diaz-Polo
2012-08-01
Full Text Available We review the black hole entropy calculation in the framework of Loop Quantum Gravity based on the quasi-local definition of a black hole encoded in the isolated horizon formalism. We show, by means of the covariant phase space framework, the appearance in the conserved symplectic structure of a boundary term corresponding to a Chern-Simons theory on the horizon and present its quantization both in the U(1 gauge fixed version and in the fully SU(2 invariant one. We then describe the boundary degrees of freedom counting techniques developed for an infinite value of the Chern-Simons level case and, less rigorously, for the case of a finite value. This allows us to perform a comparison between the U(1 and SU(2 approaches and provide a state of the art analysis of their common features and different implications for the entropy calculations. In particular, we comment on different points of view regarding the nature of the horizon degrees of freedom and the role played by the Barbero-Immirzi parameter. We conclude by presenting some of the most recent results concerning possible observational tests for theory.
Statistical Entropy of an Acoustic Black Hole in Bose—Einstein Condensates
The entanglement entropy of an acoustic black hole in a Bose—Einstein condensates (BEC) is derived, which is associated with the phonons generated via the Hawking mechanism in a sonic hole. Considering the dispersion relation of a BEC, we recalculate the entanglement entropy of the acoustic black hole by means of statistical method in two limits. We find that the entropy is still proportional to the area of event horizon, but with a coefficient dependent on the infrared cutoff. (general)
Angular Momentum-Free of the Entropy Relations for Rotating Kaluza-Klein Black Holes
Liu, Hang; Meng, Xin-He
2016-01-01
Based on a mathematical lemma related to the Vandermonde determinant and two theorems derived from the first law of black hole thermodynamics, we investigate the angular momentum independence of the entropy sum as well as the entropy product of general rotating Kaluza-Klein black holes in higher dimensions. We show that for both non-charged rotating Kaluza-Klein black holes and non-charged rotating Kaluza-Klein-AdS black holes, the angular momentum of the black holes will not be present in en...
Thermodynamics of BTZ black hole and entanglement entropy
The BTZ black Hole is (2+1) dimensional black hole solution asymptotic to anti-de-Sitter space-time. We study the discretized quantum scalar fields in background of non-rotating BTZ black hole space-time and construct the entanglement thermodynamics for massless scalar field. The behavior of the entanglement energy is understood by red shift factor caused by the curved background. The entanglement thermodynamics is compared with the black hole thermodynamics
Quantum-corrected self-dual black hole entropy in tunneling formalism with GUP
Anacleto, M. A.; Brito, F. A.; Passos, E.
2015-10-01
In this paper we focus on the Hamilton-Jacobi method to determine the entropy of a self-dual black hole by using linear and quadratic GUPs (generalized uncertainty principles). We have obtained the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy of self-dual black holes and its quantum corrections that are logarithm and also of several other types.
Quantum-corrected self-dual black hole entropy in tunneling formalism with GUP
M.A. Anacleto
2015-10-01
Full Text Available In this paper we focus on the Hamilton–Jacobi method to determine the entropy of a self-dual black hole by using linear and quadratic GUPs (generalized uncertainty principles. We have obtained the Bekenstein–Hawking entropy of self-dual black holes and its quantum corrections that are logarithm and also of several other types.
Quantum-corrected self-dual black hole entropy in tunneling formalism with GUP
Anacleto, M A; Passos, E
2015-01-01
In this paper we focus on the Hamilton-Jacobi method to determine the entropy of a self-dual black hole by using linear and quadratic GUPs(generalized uncertainty principles). We have obtained the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy of self-dual black holes and its quantum corrections that are logarithm and also of several other types.
Entropy in the NUT-Kerr-Newman Black Holes in the Background of de Sitter Spacetime
葛先辉; 沈有根
2002-01-01
We calculate the entropy of the fermion field in the NUT-Kerr-Newman black holes in the background of the de Sitter spacetime by using the improved brick-wall method and the membrane model. Here the Euler characteristic of the black holes is over two. The results show that, as the cut-off is properly chosen, the entropy in the black hole satisfies the Bekenstein-Hawking area law.
Statistical Entropy of Nonextremal Four-Dimensional Black Holes and U-Duality
We identify the states in string theory which are responsible for the entropy of near-extremal rotating four-dimensional black holes in N=8 supergravity. For black holes far from extremality (with no rotation), the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy is exactly matched by a mysterious duality invariant extension of the formulas derived for near-extremal black holes states. copyright 1996 The American Physical Society
Topological Aspects of Entropy and Phase Transition of Kerr Black Holes
YANG Guo-Hong; YAN Ji-Jiang; TIAN Li-Jun; DUAN Yi-Shi
2005-01-01
In the light of topological current and the relationship between the entropy and the Euler characteristic, the topological aspects of entropy and phase transition of Kerr black holes are studied. From Gauss-Bonnet-Chern theorem,it is shown that the entropy of Kerr black holes is determined by the singularities of the Killing vector field of spacetime.By calculating the Hopf indices and Brouwer degrees of the Killing vector field at the singularities, the entropy S = A/4for nonextreme Kerr black holes and S = 0 for extreme ones are obtained, respectively. It is also discussed that, with the change of the ratio of mass to angular momentum for unit mass, the Euler characteristic and the entropy of Kerr black holes will change discontinuously when the singularities on Cauchy horizon merge with the singularities on event horizon, which will lead to the first-order phase transition of Kerr black holes.
On the Entropy Function and the Attractor Mechanism for Spherically Symmetric Extremal Black Holes
Cai, Rong-Gen; Cao, Li-Ming
2007-01-01
In this paper we elaborate on the relation between the entropy formula of Wald and the "entropy function" method proposed by A. Sen. For spherically symmetric extremal black holes, it is shown that the expression of extremal black hole entropy given by A. Sen can be derived from the general entropy definition of Wald, without help of the treatment of rescaling the AdS_2 part of near horizon geometry of extremal black holes. In our procedure, we only require that the surface gravity approaches...
Nernst Theorem and Statistical Entropy of 5-Dimensional Rotating Black Hole
ZHAO Ren; WU Yue-Qin; ZHANG Li-Chun
2003-01-01
In this paper, by using quantum statistical method, we obtain the partition function of Bose field and Fermi field on the background of the 5-dimensional rotating black hole. Then via the improved brick-wall method and membrane model, we calculate the entropy of Bose field and Fermi field of the black hole. And it is obtained that the entropy of the black hole is not only related to the area of the outer horizon but also is the function of inner horizon's area. In our results, there are not the left out term and the divergent logarithmic term in the original brick-wall method.The doubt that why the entropy of the scalar or Dirac field outside the event horizon is the entropy of the black hole in the original brick-wall method does not exist. The influence of spinning degeneracy of particles on entropy of the black hole is also given. It is shown that the entropy determined by the areas of the inner and outer horizons will approach zero,when the radiation temperature of the black hole approaches absolute zero. It satisfies Nernst theorem. The entropy can be taken as the Planck absolute entropy. We provide a way to study higher dimensional black hole.
Black hole entropy and SU(2) Chern-Simons theory.
Engle, Jonathan; Noui, Karim; Perez, Alejandro
2010-07-16
Black holes (BH's) in equilibrium can be defined locally in terms of the so-called isolated horizon boundary condition given on a null surface representing the event horizon. We show that this boundary condition can be treated in a manifestly SU(2) invariant manner. Upon quantization, state counting is expressed in terms of the dimension of Chern-Simons Hilbert spaces on a sphere with punctures. Remarkably, when considering an ensemble of fixed horizon area a(H), the counting can be mapped to simply counting the number of SU(2) intertwiners compatible with the spins labeling the punctures. The resulting BH entropy is proportional to a(H) with logarithmic corrections ΔS=-3/2 loga(H). Our treatment from first principles settles previous controversies concerning the counting of states. PMID:20867755
Entropy of the Information Retrieved from Black Holes
Mersini-Houghton, Laura
2015-01-01
The retrieval of black hole information was recently presented in two interesting proposals in the 'Hawking Radiation' conference: a revised version by G. 't Hooft of a proposal he initially suggested 20 years ago and, a new proposal by S. Hawking. Both proposals address the problem of black hole information loss at the classical level and derive an expression for the scattering matrix. The former uses gravitation back reaction of incoming particles that imprints its information on the outgoing modes. The latter uses supertranslation symmetry of horizons to relate a phase delay of the outgoing wave packet compared to their incoming wave partners. The difficulty in both proposals is that the entropy obtained from them appears to be infinite. By including quantum effects into the Hawking and 't Hooft's proposals, I show that a subtlety arising from the inescapable measurement process, the Quantum Zeno Effect, not only tames divergences but it actually recovers the correct $1/4$ of the area Bekenstein-Hawking en...
Angular Momentum-Free of the Entropy Relations for Rotating Kaluza-Klein Black Holes
Liu, Hang
2016-01-01
Based on a mathematical lemma related to the Vandermonde determinant and two theorems derived from the first law of black hole thermodynamics, we investigate the angular momentum independence of the entropy sum as well as the entropy product of general rotating Kaluza-Klein black holes in higher dimensions. We show that for both non-charged rotating Kaluza-Klein black holes and non-charged rotating Kaluza-Klein-AdS black holes, the angular momentum of the black holes will not be present in entropy sum relation in dimensions $d\\geq4$, while the independence of angular momentum of the entropy product holds provided that the black holes possess at least one zero rotation parameter $a_j$ = 0 in higher dimensions $d\\geq5$, which means that the cosmological constant does not affect the angular momentum-free property of entropy sum and entropy product under the circumstances that charge $\\delta=0$. For the reason that the entropy relations of charged rotating Kaluza-Klein black holes as well as the non-charged rotat...
The Nernst theorem and the statistical entropy of the NUT-Kerr-Newman black hole
Using quantum statistical method, we obtain the partition function of Bose field and Fermi field on the background of the axisymmetrical NUT-Kerr-Newman black hole. The difficult to solve wave equation is avoided. Then via the membrane model we calculate the entropy of Bose field and Fermi field of the black hole. Though discussing, we derive that the black hole's entropy consists of two parts. According to the property that the entropy is an extensive quantity, we know that the entropy is the contribution of two thermodynamic systems. On this basis, a new Bekenstein-Smarr formula is given. It is shown that the entropy expressed by two thermodynamic systems will approach zero, when the radiation temperature approaches absolute zero.It satisfies Nernst theorem. The entropy can be taken as the Planck absolute entropy. (authors)
Superradiance and statistical entropy of hairy black hole in three dimensions
Eune, Myungseok; Kim, Wontae
2013-01-01
We calculate the statistical entropy of a rotating hairy black hole by taking into account superradiant modes in the brick wall method. The UV cutoff is independent of the scalar hair, which gives the well-defined area law of the entropy. It can be shown that the angular momentum and the energy of matter field depend on the scalar hair. For the vanishing scalar hair, it turns out that the energy for matter is related to both the black hole mass and the black hole angular momentum whereas the angular momentum for matter field is directly proportional to the angular momentum of the black hole.
Entropy spectrum of the apparent horizon of Vaidya black holes via adiabatic invariance
Chen, Ge-Rui; Huang, Yong-Chang
2016-01-01
The spectroscopy of the apparent horizon of Vaidya black holes is investigated via adiabatic invariance. We obtain an equally spaced entropy spectrum with its quantum equal to the one given by Bekenstein [J. D. Bekenstein, Phys. Rev. D 7, 2333 (1973)]. We demonstrate that the quantization of entropy and area is a generic property of horizon, not only for stationary black holes, and the results also exit in a dynamical black hole. Our work also shows that the quantization of black hole is closely related to the tunneling formalism for deriving the Hawking effect, which is interesting.
From bricks to quasinormal modes: A new perspective on black hole entropy
Arzano, Michele; Dreyer, Olaf
2013-01-01
Calculations of black hole entropy based on the counting of modes of a quantum field propagating in a Schwarzschild background need to be regularized in the vicinity of the horizon. To obtain the Bekenstein-Hawking result the short distance cut-off needs to be fixed by hand. In this note we give an argument for obtaining this cut-off in a natural fashion. We do this by modelling the black hole by its set of quasinormal modes. The horizon then becomes a extended region: the quantum ergosphere. The interaction of the quantum ergosphere and the quantum field provides a natural regularization mechanism. The width of the quantum ergosphere provides the right cut-off for the entropy calculation. We arrive at a dual picture of black hole entropy. The entropy of the black hole is given both by the entropy of the quantum field in the bulk and the dynamical degrees of freedom on the horizon.
The entropy of Garfinkle-Horne dilaton black hole due to arbitrary spin fields
SHEN; Yougen(沈有根)
2002-01-01
Using the membrane model which is based on brick wall model, we calculated the free energy and entropy of Garfinkle-Horne dilatonic black hole due to arbitrary spin fields. The result shows that the entropy of scalar field and the entropy of Fermionic field have similar formulas. There is only a coefficient between them.
Subleading correction to statistical entropy for Breckenridge-Myers-Peet-Vafa black holes
We study higher derivative corrections to the statistical entropy function and the statistical entropy for five-dimensional Breckenridge-Myers-Peet-Vafa black holes by doing the asymptotic expansion of the partition function. This enables us to evaluate entropy for a large range of charges, even out of the Cardy (Farey tail) limit.
The Resolution of an Entropy Puzzle for 4D non-BPS Black Holes
Banerjee, Nabamita; Lodato, Ivano
2016-01-01
We show the equality between macroscopic and microscopic black hole entropy for a class of four dimensional non-supersymmetric black holes in ${\\cal N}=2$ supergravity theory, up to the first subleading order in their charges. This solves a long standing entropy puzzle for this class of black holes. The macroscopic entropy has been computed in the presence of a newly derived higher-derivative supersymmetric invariant of \\cite{{Butter:2013lta}}, connected to the five dimensional supersymmetric Weyl squared Lagrangian. Microscopically, the crucial role in obtaining the equivalence is played by the anomalous gauge gravitational Chern-Simons term.
Subleading contributions to the black hole entropy in the brick wall approach
The brick wall model is a semiclassical approach to understand the microscopic origin of black hole entropy. In this approach, the black hole geometry is assumed to be a fixed classical background on which matter fields propagate, and the entropy of black holes supposedly arises due to the canonical entropy of matter fields outside the black hole event horizon, evaluated at the Hawking temperature. Apart from certain lower dimensional cases, the density of states of the matter fields around black holes cannot be evaluated exactly. As a result, often, in the brick wall model, the density of states and the resulting canonical entropy of the matter fields are evaluated at the leading order (in terms of (ℎ/2π)) in the WKB approximation. The success of the approach is reflected by the fact that the Bekenstein-Hawking area law - viz. that the entropy of black holes is equal to one-quarter the area of their event horizon, say, AH - has been recovered using this model in a variety of black hole spacetimes. In this work, we compute the canonical entropy of a quantum scalar field around static and spherically symmetric black holes through the brick wall approach at the higher orders (in fact, up to the sixth order in (ℎ/2π)) in the WKB approximation. We explicitly show that the brick wall model generally predicts corrections to the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy in all spacetime dimensions. In four dimensions, we find that the corrections to the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy are of the form [AHnlogAH], while, in six dimensions, the corrections behave as [AHm+AHnlogAH], where (m,n)<1. We compare our results with the corrections to the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy that have been obtained through the other approaches in the literature, and discuss the implications.
Hawking Radiation Energy and Entropy from a Bianchi-Smerlak Semiclassical Black Hole
Abdolrahimi, Shohreh
2015-01-01
Eugenio Bianchi and Matteo Smerlak have found a relationship between the Hawking radiation energy and von Neumann entropy in a conformal field emitted by a semiclassical two-dimensional black hole. We compare this relationship with what might be expected for unitary evolution of a quantum black hole in four and higher dimensions. If one neglects the expected increase in the radiation entropy over the decrease in the black hole Bekenstein-Hawking A/4 entropy that arises from the scattering of the radiation by the barrier near the black hole, the relation works very well, except near the peak of the radiation von Neumann entropy and near the final evaporation. These discrepancies are calculated and discussed as tiny differences between a semiclassical treatment and a quantum gravity treatment.
Fermion Fields in BTZ Black Hole Space-Time and Entanglement Entropy
We study the entanglement entropy of fermion fields in BTZ black hole space-time and calculate prefactor of the leading and subleading terms and logarithmic divergence term of the entropy using the discretized model. The leading term is the standard Bekenstein-Hawking area law and subleading term corresponds to first quantum corrections in black hole entropy. We also investigate the corrections to entanglement entropy for massive fermion fields in BTZ space-time. The mass term does not affect the area law
Fermion Fields in BTZ Black Hole Space-Time and Entanglement Entropy
Dharm Veer Singh
2015-01-01
Full Text Available We study the entanglement entropy of fermion fields in BTZ black hole space-time and calculate prefactor of the leading and subleading terms and logarithmic divergence term of the entropy using the discretized model. The leading term is the standard Bekenstein-Hawking area law and subleading term corresponds to first quantum corrections in black hole entropy. We also investigate the corrections to entanglement entropy for massive fermion fields in BTZ space-time. The mass term does not affect the area law.
Liu, Hang; Meng, Xin-he
2016-08-01
In this paper, we investigate the angular momentum independence of the entropy sum and product for AdS rotating black holes based on the first law of thermodynamics and a mathematical lemma related to Vandermonde determinant. The advantage of this method is that the explicit forms of the spacetime metric, black hole mass and charge are not needed but the Hawking temperature and entropy formula on the horizons are necessary for static black holes, while our calculations require the expressions of metric and angular velocity formula. We find that the entropy sum is always independent of angular momentum for all dimensions and the angular momentum-independence of entropy product only holds for the dimensions d > 4 with at least one rotation parameter ai = 0, while the mass-free of entropy sum and entropy product for rotating black holes only stand for higher dimensions (d > 4) and for all dimensions, respectively. On the other hand, we find that the introduction of a negative cosmological constant does not affect the angular momentum-free of entropy sum and product but the criterion for angular momentum-independence of entropy product will be affected.
Custodio, P. S.; Horvath, J E
2003-01-01
We apply the Generalized Uncertainty Principle (GUP) to the problem of maximum entropy and evaporation/absorption of energy of black holes near the Planck scale. We find within this general approach corrections to the maximum entropy, and indications for quenching of the evaporation because not only the evaporation term goes to a finite limit, but also because absorption of quanta seems to help the balance for black holes in a thermal bath. Then, residual masses around the Planck scale may be...
The entropy of the noncommutative acoustic black hole based on generalized uncertainty principle
M.A. Anacleto; Brito, F. A.; E. Passos; Santos, W. P.
2014-01-01
In this paper we investigate statistical entropy of a 3-dimensional rotating acoustic black hole based on generalized uncertainty principle. In our results we obtain an area entropy and a correction term associated with the noncommutative acoustic black hole when $\\lambda$ introduced in the generalized uncertainty principle takes a specific value. However, in this method, it is not needed to introduce the ultraviolet cut-off and divergences are eliminated. Moreover, the small mass approximati...
Energy and entropy conservation for dynamical black holes
Hayward, Sean A.
2004-01-01
The Ashtekar-Krishnan energy-balance law for dynamical horizons, expressing the increase in mass-energy of a general black hole in terms of the infalling matter and gravitational radiation, is expressed in terms of trapping horizons, allowing the inclusion of null (isolated) horizons as well as spatial (dynamical) horizons. This first law of black-hole dynamics is given in differential and integral forms, regular in the null limit. An effective gravitational-radiation energy tensor is obtaine...
Entanglement entropy of two-dimensional anti-de Sitter black holes
Using the AdS/CFT correspondence we derive a formula for the entanglement entropy of the anti-de Sitter black hole in two spacetime dimensions. The leading term in the large black hole mass expansion of our formula reproduces exactly the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy SBH, whereas the subleading term behaves as lnSBH. This subleading term has the universal form typical for the entanglement entropy of physical systems described by effective conformal fields theories (e.g. one-dimensional statistical models at the critical point). The well-known form of the entanglement entropy for a two-dimensional conformal field theory is obtained as analytic continuation of our result and is related with the entanglement entropy of a black hole with negative mass
Thermodynamic Products for Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet Black Hole with {\\alpha}-Corrected Entropy Term
Mandal, Abhijit
2016-01-01
In the present work, we consider a charged black hole in five dimensional Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity where the {\\alpha} corrected entropy term is considered. We examine the horizon radii product, entropy product, Hawking temperature product and free energy product for both event horizon and Cauchy horizon. Our motive is to check whether the same quantity for event horizon and Cauchy horizon is free of mass, i.e., global or not. We further study the stability of such black hole by computing the specific heat and free energy for both the horizons. All these calculation might be helpful to understand the microscopic nature of such black holes.
Entropy of quantum field in toroidal black hole without brick wall
Wang Bo-Bo
2008-01-01
In this paper the entropy of a toroidal black hole due to a scalar field is investigated by using the DLM scheme.The entropy is renormalized to the standard Bekenstein-Hawking formula with a one-loop correction arising from the higher curvature terms of the gravitational action. For the scalar field,the renormalized Newton constant and two renormalized coupling constants in the toroidal black hole are the same as those in the Reissner-Nordstrom black hole except for other one.
Quantum entropies of electromagnetic and gravitational fields on Taub-NUT black hole background
LIU Xiao-ying; XIAO Shi-fa; LI Fang-yu
2005-01-01
The main characteristics and Petrov type of Taub-NUT spacetime are studied, and the quantum entropy of Taub-NUT black hole due to electromagnetic and gravitational fields is calculated via brick-wall model. It is shown that the quantum entropy has both the linearly and the logarithmically divergent terms. For electromagnetic field, these terms depend on the characteristic of the black hole; while for gravitational field, they depend not only on the characteristic of the black hole but also on the spin of the fields.
An Improved Thin Film Brick-Wall Model of Black Hole Entropy
LIU Wen-Biao; ZHAO Zheng
2001-01-01
We improve the brick-wall model to take only the contribution of a thin film near the event horizon into account. This improvement not only gives us a satisfactory result, but also avoids some drawbacks in the original brick wall method such as the little mass approximation, neglecting logarithm term, and taking the term L3 as the contribution of the vacuum surrounding a black hole. It is found that there is an intrinsic relation between the event horizon and the entropy. The event horizon is the characteristic of a black hole, so the entropy calculating of a black hole is also naturally related to its horizon.
Microscopic Entropy of the Magnetised Extremal Reissner-Nordstrom Black Hole
Astorino, Marco
2015-01-01
The extremal Reissner-Nordstr\\"om black hole embedded in a Melvin-like magnetic universe is studied in the framework of the Kerr/CFT correspondence. The near horizon geometry can be written as a warped and twisted product of $AdS_2 \\times S^2$, also in presence of an axial external magnetic field that deforms the black hole. The central charge of the Virasoro algebra can be extracted from the asymptotic symmetries. Using the Cardy formula for the microscopic statistical entropy of the dual two-dimensional CFT, the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy, for this charged and magnetised black hole, is reproduced.
Microscopic derivation of the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy formula for non-extremal black holes
Sfetsos, K
1998-01-01
We derive the Bekenstein--Hawking entropy formula for four and five dimensional non-supersymmetric black holes (which include the Schwarzchild ones) by counting microscopic states. This is achieved by first showing that these black holes are U-dual to the three-dimensional black hole of Banados--Teitelboim--Zanelli and then counting microscopic states of the latter following Carlip's approach. Higher than five dimensional black holes are also considered. We discuss the connection of our approach to the D-brane picture.
Membrane paradigm and entropy of black holes in the Euclidean action approach
The membrane paradigm approach to black holes fixes in the vicinity of the event horizon a fictitious surface, the stretched horizon, so that the spacetime outside remains unchanged and the spacetime inside is vacuum. Using this powerful method, several black hole properties have been found and settled, such as the horizon's viscosity, electrical conductivity, resistivity, as well as other properties. On the other hand, the Euclidean action approach to black hole spacetimes has been very fruitful in understanding black hole entropy. Combining both the Euclidean action and membrane paradigm approaches, a direct derivation of the black hole entropy is given. In the derivation, it is considered that the only fields present are the gravitational and matter fields, with no electric field.
Membrane paradigm and entropy of black holes in the Euclidean action approach
Lemos, José P S
2011-01-01
The membrane paradigm approach to black holes fixes in the vicinity of the event horizon a fictitious surface, the stretched horizon, so that the spacetime outside remains unchanged and the spacetime inside is vacuum. Using this powerful method, several black hole properties have been found and settled, such as the horizon's viscosity, electrical conductivity, resistivity, as well as other properties. On the other hand the Euclidean action approach to black hole spacetimes has been very fruitful in understanding black hole entropy. Combining both the Euclidean action and membrane paradigm approaches a direct derivation of the black hole entropy is given. In the derivation it is considered that the only fields present are the gravitational and matter fields, with no electric field.
Empty Black Holes, Firewalls, and the Origin of Bekenstein-Hawking Entropy
Saravani, Mehdi; Mann, Robert B
2012-01-01
We propose a novel solution for the endpoint of gravitational collapse, in which spacetime ends (and is orbifolded) at a microscopic distance from black hole event horizons. This model is motivated by the emergence of singular event horizons in the gravitational aether theory, a semi-classical solution to the cosmological constant problem(s), and thus suggests a catastrophic breakdown of general relativity close to black hole event horizons. A similar picture emerges in fuzzball models of black holes in string theory, as well as the recent firewall proposal to resolve the information paradox. We then demonstrate that positing a surface fluid with vanishing energy density (but non-vanishing pressure) at the new boundary of spacetime, which is required by Israel junction conditions, yields a thermodynamic entropy that is identical to the Bekenstein-Hawking area law for charged rotating black holes. To our knowledge, this is the first derivation of black hole entropy which only employs local thermodynamics. Fina...
Bosonic and fermionic entropy of black holes with different temperatures on horizon surface
Ding Tian-Ran; Wu Yue-Qin; Zhang Li-Chun
2004-01-01
By using the method of quantum statistics, we derive directly the partition functions of bosonic and fermionic field in the black hole space-time with different temperatures on horizon surface. The statistical entropy of the black hole is obtained by an improved brick-wall method. When we choose a proper parameter in our results, we can obtain that the entropy of the black hole is proportional to the area of horizon. In our result, there do not exist any neglected term or divergent logarithmic term as given in the original brick-wall method. We have avoided the difficulty in solving the wave equation of the scalar and Dirac field. A simple and direct way of studying entropy of the black hole is given.
An exploration of the black hole entropy via the Weyl tensor
Li, Nan [Northeastern University, Department of Physics, College of Sciences, Shenyang (China); Li, Xiao-Long [Beijing Normal University, Department of Astronomy, Beijing (China); Song, Shu-Peng [Beijing Normal University, Department of Physics, Beijing (China)
2016-03-15
The role of the Weyl tensor C{sub μνλρ} in black hole thermodynamics is explored by looking at the relation between the scalar invariant C{sub μνλρ}C{sup μνλρ} and the entropy of n-dimensional static black holes. It is found that this invariant can be identified as the entropy density of the gravitational fields for classical 5-dimensional black holes. We calculate the proper volume integrals of C{sub μνλρ}C{sup μνλρ} for the Schwarzschild and Schwarzschild-anti-de Sitter black holes and show that these integrals correctly lead to the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy formulas, only up to some coefficients. (orig.)
An exploration of the black hole entropy via the Weyl tensor
The role of the Weyl tensor Cμνλρ in black hole thermodynamics is explored by looking at the relation between the scalar invariant CμνλρCμνλρ and the entropy of n-dimensional static black holes. It is found that this invariant can be identified as the entropy density of the gravitational fields for classical 5-dimensional black holes. We calculate the proper volume integrals of CμνλρCμνλρ for the Schwarzschild and Schwarzschild-anti-de Sitter black holes and show that these integrals correctly lead to the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy formulas, only up to some coefficients. (orig.)
Black Hole Entropy with and without Log Correction in Loop Quantum Gravity
Earlier calculations of black hole entropy in loop quantum gravity have given a term proportional to the area with a correction involving the logarithm of the area when the area eigenvalue is close to the classical area. However the calculations yield an entropy proportional to the area eigenvalue with no such correction when the area eigenvalue is large compared to the classical area
Entanglement Entropy of Reissner—Nordström Black Hole and Quantum Isolated Horizon
Based on the work of Ghosh and Pereze, who view the black hole entropy as the logarithm of the number of quantum states on the Quantum Isolated Horizon (QIH)§ the entropy of Reissner—Nordström black hole is studied. According to the Unruh temperature, the statistical entropy of quantum fields under the background of Reissner—Nordström spacetime is calculated by means of quantum statistics. In the calculations we take the integral from the position of QIH to infinity, so the obtained entropy is the entanglement entropy outside the QIH. In Reissner—Nordström spacetime it is shown that if only the position of QIH is properly chosen the leading term of logarithm of the number of quantum states on the QIH is equal to the leading term of the entanglement entropy outside the black hole horizon, and both are the Bekenstein—Hawking entropy. The results reveal the relation between the entanglement entropy of black hole and the logarithm of the number of quantum states. (general)
Liu, Hang
2016-01-01
In this paper, we investigate the angular momentum independence of the entropy sum and product for AdS rotating black holes based on the first law of thermodynamics and a mathematical lemma related to Vandermonde determinant. The advantage of this method is that the explicit forms of the spacetime metric, black hole mass and charge are not needed but the Hawking temperature and entropy formula on the horizons are necessary for static black holes, while our calculations require the expressions of metric and angular velocity formula. We find that the entropy sum is always independent of angular momentum for all dimensions and the angular momentum-independence of entropy product only holds for the dimensions $d>4$ with at least one rotation parameter $a_i=0$, while the mass-free of entropy sum and entropy product for rotating black holes only stand for higher dimensions ($d>4$) and for all dimensions, respectively. On the other hand, we find that the introduction of a negative cosmological constant does not affe...
What is the rate at which entropy of a string falling toward a black hole increases?
Ropotenko, K
2008-01-01
According to Susskind, a string falling toward a black hole spreads exponentially over the stretched horizon due to repulsive interactions of the string bits. In this paper such a string is modeled as a self-avoiding walk and the rate at which information/entropy contained in the string spreads is found. It turns out that this is the maximum rate allowed by quantum theory. It is determined rather by the Hawking temperature, than by the Hagedorn temperature. The rate at which the entropy of the string can increase when it becomes equal to the black hole entropy is discussed.
Entropy Spectrum of Black Holes of Heterotic String Theory via Adiabatic Invariance
Alexis Larra？ aga; Luis Cabarique; Manuel Londo？ o
2012-01-01
Using adiabatic invariance and the Bohr-Sommerfeld quantization rule we investigate the entropy spectroscopy of two black holes of heterotic string theory,the charged GMGHS and the rotating Sen solutions.It is shown that the entropy spectrum is equally spaced in both cases,identically to the spectrum obtained before for Schwarzschild,Reissner-Nordstr?m and Kerr black holes.Since the adiabatic invariance method does not use quasinormal mode analysis,there is no need to impose the small charge or small angular momentum limits and there is no confusion on whether the real part or the imaginary part of the modes is responsible for the entropy spectrum.
Using clocks to determine the entropy of black holes and other space-time singularities
Ojo, A
2005-01-01
Space-time singularities, viz. Big bang, Big crunch and black holes have been shown to follow from the singularity theorems of General relativity. Whether the entropy at such infinite proper-time objects can be other than zero has also been a longstanding subject of research. Currently the property most commonly chosen to calculate their entropy is a multiple of the surface area of the event horizon and usually gives non-zero entropy values. Though popular, this choice still leaves some substantial questions unanswered hence the motivation for alternative methods for entropy derivation. Here, we use a different property, the proper-time at singularities based on the General relativity predicted behavior of clocks, to derive their entropy. We find, firstly within statistical and thermodynamic principles, secondly when this property is taken into account in the Bekenstein-Hawking formula and thirdly illustrating with a natural analogue, that the entropy of black holes and all other gravitational singularities c...
Yan, Hao-Peng; Liu, Wen-Biao
2016-08-01
Using Parikh-Wilczek tunneling framework, we calculate the tunneling rate from a Schwarzschild black hole under the third order WKB approximation, and then obtain the expressions for emission spectrum and black hole entropy to the third order correction. The entropy contains four terms including the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy, the logarithmic term, the inverse area term, and the square of inverse area term. In addition, we analyse the correlation between sequential emissions under this approximation. It is shown that the entropy is conserved during the process of black hole evaporation, which consists with the request of quantum mechanics and implies the information is conserved during this process. We also compare the above result with that of pure thermal spectrum case, and find that the non-thermal correction played an important role.
Generalized uncertainty principle and entropy of three-dimensional rotating acoustic black hole
Using the new equation of state density from the generalized uncertainty principle, we investigate statistics entropy of a 3-dimensional rotating acoustic black hole. When λ introduced in the generalized uncertainty principle takes a specific value, we obtain an area entropy and a correction term associated with the acoustic black hole. In this method, there does not exist any divergence and one needs not the small mass approximation in the original brick-wall model. -- Highlights: ► Statistics entropy of a 3-dimensional rotating acoustic black hole is studied. ► We obtain an area entropy and a correction term associated with it. ► We make λ introduced in the generalized uncertainty principle take a specific value. ► There does not exist any divergence in this method.
Entanglement Entropy of Black Holes and Anti-de Sitter Space/Conformal-Field-Theory Correspondence
A recent proposal by Ryu and Takayanagi for a holographic interpretation of entanglement entropy in conformal field theories dual to supergravity on anti-de Sitter space is generalized to include entanglement entropy of black holes living on the boundary of anti-de Sitter space. The generalized proposal is verified in boundary dimensions d=2 and d=4 for both the uv-divergent and uv-finite terms. In dimension d=4 an expansion of entanglement entropy in terms of size L of the subsystem outside the black hole is considered. A new term in the entropy of dual strongly coupled conformal-field theory, which universally grows as L2lnL and is proportional to the value of the obstruction tensor at the black hole horizon, is predicted
Entanglement entropy of black holes and anti-de Sitter space/conformal-field-theory correspondence.
Solodukhin, Sergey N
2006-11-17
A recent proposal by Ryu and Takayanagi for a holographic interpretation of entanglement entropy in conformal field theories dual to supergravity on anti-de Sitter space is generalized to include entanglement entropy of black holes living on the boundary of anti-de Sitter space. The generalized proposal is verified in boundary dimensions d=2 and d=4 for both the uv-divergent and uv-finite terms. In dimension d=4 an expansion of entanglement entropy in terms of size L of the subsystem outside the black hole is considered. A new term in the entropy of dual strongly coupled conformal-field theory, which universally grows as L(2)lnL and is proportional to the value of the obstruction tensor at the black hole horizon, is predicted. PMID:17155672
The entropy of an acoustic black hole in neo-Newtonian theory
Anacleto, M A; Brito, F A; Passos, E
2016-01-01
In this paper we consider the metric of a 2+1-dimensional rotating acoustic black hole in the neo-Newtonian theory and applying the quantum statistical method, we calculate the statistical entropy using a corrected state density due to the generalized uncertainty principle (GUP). In our calculations we have shown that the obtained entropy is finite and correction terms are generated. Moreover, the computation of the entropy for this method does not present logarithmic corrections.
Intrinsic Topological Structure of Entropy of Kerr Black Holes%Kerr黑洞熵的内禀拓扑结构
颜继江; 杨国宏; 田立君
2005-01-01
In the light of φ-mapping method and the relationship between entropy and the Euler characteristic, the intrinsic topological structure of entropy of Kerr black holes is studied. From the Gauss-Bonnet-Chern theorem, it is shown that the entropy of Kerr black hole is determined by singularities of the Killing vector field of spacetime. These singularities naturally carry topological numbers, Hopf indices and Brouwer degrees, which can also be viewed as topological quantization of entropy of Kerr black holes. Specific results S =A/4 for non-extreme Kerr black holes and S = 0 for extreme ones are calculated independently by using the above-mentioned methods.
Fate of three-dimensional black holes coupled to a scalar field and the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy
Three-dimensional black holes coupled to a self-interacting scalar field is considered. It is known that its statistical entropy a la Strominger does not agree with the Bekenstein-Hawking (BH) entropy. However, I show that, by a careful treatment of the vacuum state in the canonical ensemble with a fixed temperature, which is the same as that of the BTZ black hole without the scalar field, the BH entropy may be exactly produced by the Cardy's formula. I discuss its several implications, including the fate of black holes, no-scalar-hair theorems, stability, mirror black holes, and higher-order corrections to the entropy
Area(or Entropy) Product Formula for a Regular Black Hole
Pradhan, Parthapratim
2015-01-01
We compute the area(or entropy) product formula for a regular black hole derived by Ay\\'on-Beato and Garc\\'ia in 1998\\cite{abg}. By explicit and exact calculation, it is shown that the entropy product formula of two physical horizons strictly \\emph{depends} upon the ADM mass parameter that means it is \\emph{not} an universal(mass-independent) quantity. But a slightly more complicated function of event horizon area and Cauchy horizon area is indeed a \\emph{mass-independent} quantity. We also compute other thermodynamic properties of the said black hole. We further study the stability of such black hole by computing the specific heat for both the horizons. It has been observed that under certain condition the black hole possesses second order phase transition. The pictorial diagram of the phase transition is given.
Noncommutative scalar quasinormal modes and quantization of entropy of a BTZ black hole
Gupta, Kumar S; Jurić, Tajron; Meljanac, Stjepan; Samsarov, Anđelo
2015-01-01
We obtain an exact analytic expression for the quasinormal modes of a noncommutative massless scalar field in the background of a massive spinless BTZ black hole up to the first order in the deformation parameter. We also show that the equations of motion governing these quasinormal modes are identical in form to the equations of motion of a commutative massive scalar field in the background of a fictitious massive spinning BTZ black hole. This results hints at a duality between the commutative and noncommutative systems in the background of a BTZ black hole. Using the obtained results for quasinormal mode frequencies, the area and entropy spectra for the BTZ black hole in the presence of noncommutativity are calculated. In particular, the separations between the neighboring values of these spectra are determined and it is found that they are nonuniform. Therefore, it appears that noncommutativity introduces a non-equispaced in the (discrete) area and entropy spectra.
Quantum states and the statistical entropy of the charged black hole
We quantize the Reissner-Nordstro''m black hole using an adaptation of Kuchar's canonical decomposition of the Kruskal extension of the Schwarzschild black hole. The Wheeler-DeWitt equation turns into a functional Schro''dinger equation in Gaussian time by coupling the gravitational field to a reference fluid or dust. The physical phase space of the theory is spanned by the mass M, the charge Q, the physical radius R, the dust proper time τ, and their canonical momenta. The exact solutions of the functional Schro''dinger equation imply that the difference in the areas of the outer and inner horizons is quantized in integer units. This agrees in spirit, but not precisely, with Bekenstein's proposal on the discrete horizon area spectrum of black holes. We also compute the entropy in the microcanonical ensemble and show that the entropy of the Reissner-Nordstro''m black hole is proportional to this quantized difference in horizon areas
Entropy emission properties of near-extremal Reissner-Nordström black holes
Hod, Shahar
2016-05-01
Bekenstein and Mayo have revealed an interesting property of evaporating (3 +1 )-dimensional Schwarzschild black holes: their entropy emission rates S˙Sch are related to their energy emission rates P by the simple relation S˙Sch=CSch×(P /ℏ)1/2, where CSch is a numerically computed dimensionless coefficient. Remembering that (1 +1 )-dimensional perfect black-body emitters are characterized by the same functional relation, S˙1 +1=C1 +1×(P /ℏ)1/2 [with C1 +1=(π /3 )1/2], Bekenstein and Mayo have concluded that, in their entropy emission properties, (3 +1 )-dimensional Schwarzschild black holes behave effectively as (1 +1 )-dimensional entropy emitters. Later studies have shown that this intriguing property is actually a generic feature of all radiating (D +1 )-dimensional Schwarzschild black holes. One naturally wonders whether all black holes behave as simple (1 +1 )-dimensional entropy emitters? In order to address this interesting question, we shall study in this paper the entropy emission properties of Reissner-Nordström black holes. We shall show, in particular, that the physical properties which characterize the neutral sector of the Hawking emission spectra of these black holes can be studied analytically in the near-extremal TBH→0 regime (here TBH is the Bekenstein-Hawking temperature of the black hole). We find that the Hawking radiation spectra of massless neutral scalar fields and coupled electromagnetic-gravitational fields are characterized by the nontrivial entropy-energy relations S˙RNScalar=-CRNScalar×(A P3/ℏ3)1/4ln (A P /ℏ) and S˙RN Elec -Grav=-CRNElec -Grav×(A4P9/ℏ9)1 /10ln (A P /ℏ) in the near-extremal TBH→0 limit (here {CRNScalar,CRNElec -Grav} are analytically calculated dimensionless coefficients and A is the surface area of the Reissner-Nordström black hole). Our analytical results therefore indicate that not all black holes behave as simple (1 +1 )-dimensional entropy emitters.
An Exploration of the Black Hole Entropy via the Weyl Tensor
Li, Nan; Song, Shu-Peng
2015-01-01
The Weyl tensor is the trace-free part of the Riemann tensor. Therefore, it is independent of the energy-momentum tensor and is thus not linked to the dynamics of gravitational fields. In this paper, we explore its possible thermodynamical property (i.e. its relationship with the black hole entropy). For a Schwarzschild black hole, the Weyl scalar invariant, $C_{\\mu\
Semiclassical corrections to black hole entropy and the generalized uncertainty principle
Pedro Bargueño
2015-03-01
Full Text Available In this paper, employing the path integral method in the framework of a canonical description of a Schwarzschild black hole, we obtain the corrected inverse temperature and entropy of the black hole. The corrections are those coming from the quantum effects as well as from the Generalized Uncertainty Principle effects. Furthermore, an equivalence between the polymer quantization and the Generalized Uncertainty Principle description is shown provided the parameters characterizing these two descriptions are proportional.
The entropy emission properties of near-extremal Reissner-Nordstr\\"om black holes
Hod, Shahar
2016-01-01
Bekenstein and Mayo have revealed an interesting property of evaporating $(3+1)$-dimensional Schwarzschild black holes: their entropy emission rates $\\dot S_{\\text{Sch}}$ are related to their energy emission rates $P$ by the simple relation $\\dot S_{\\text{Sch}}=C_{\\text{Sch}}\\times (P/\\hbar)^{1/2}$. Remembering that $(1+1)$-dimensional perfect black-body emitters are characterized by the same functional relation, $\\dot S^{1+1}=C^{1+1}\\times(P/\\hbar)^{1/2}$, Bekenstein and Mayo have concluded that, in their entropy emission properties, $(3+1)$-dimensional Schwarzschild black holes behave effectively as $(1+1)$-dimensional entropy emitters. One naturally wonders whether all black holes behave as simple $(1+1)$-dimensional entropy emitters? In order to address this interesting question, we shall study in this paper the entropy emission properties of Reissner-Nordstr\\"om black holes. We shall show, in particular, that the physical properties which characterize the neutral sector of the Hawking emission spectra of...
U(N)-monopoles on Kerr black hole and its entropy
Goncharov, Yu P
1998-01-01
We describe U(N)-monopoles (N > 1) on Kerr black holes by the parameters of the moduli space of holomorphic vector U(N)-bundles over two-sphere with the help of the Grothendieck splitting theorem. For N = 2,3 we obtain this description in an explicit form as well as the estimates for the corresponding monopole masses. This gives a possibility to adduce some reasonings in favour of existence of both a fine structure for Kerr black holes and the statistical ensemble tied with it which might generate the Kerr black hole entropy.
The universal property of the entropy sum of black holes in all dimensions
Yi-Qiang Du
2014-12-01
Full Text Available It is proposed by Cvetic et al. [1] that the product of all horizon areas for general rotating multi-change black holes has universal expressions independent of the mass. When we consider the product of all horizon entropies, however, the mass will be present in some cases, while another new universal property [2] is preserved, which is more general and says that the sum of all horizon entropies depends only on the coupling constants of the theory and the topology of the black hole. The property has been studied in limited dimensions and the generalization in arbitrary dimensions is not straight-forward. In this Letter, we prove a useful formula, which makes it possible to investigate this conjectured universality in arbitrary dimensions for the maximally symmetric black holes in general Lovelock gravity and f(R gravity. We also propose an approach to compute the entropy sum of general Kerr–(anti-de-Sitter black holes in arbitrary dimensions. In all these cases, we prove that the entropy sum depends only on the coupling constants and the topology of the black hole.
The universal property of the entropy sum of black holes in all dimensions
It is proposed by Cvetic et al. [1] that the product of all horizon areas for general rotating multi-change black holes has universal expressions independent of the mass. When we consider the product of all horizon entropies, however, the mass will be present in some cases, while another new universal property [2] is preserved, which is more general and says that the sum of all horizon entropies depends only on the coupling constants of the theory and the topology of the black hole. The property has been studied in limited dimensions and the generalization in arbitrary dimensions is not straight-forward. In this Letter, we prove a useful formula, which makes it possible to investigate this conjectured universality in arbitrary dimensions for the maximally symmetric black holes in general Lovelock gravity and f(R) gravity. We also propose an approach to compute the entropy sum of general Kerr–(anti-)de-Sitter black holes in arbitrary dimensions. In all these cases, we prove that the entropy sum depends only on the coupling constants and the topology of the black hole
Statistical mechanical origin of the entropy of a rotating, charged black hole
It is shown that the entropy of a rotating, charged black hole is, in senses made precise in the paper, (i) the logarithm of the number of quantum mechanically distinct ways that the hole could have been made, and (ii) the logarithm of the number of configurations that the hole's ''atmosphere,'' as measured by stationary observers, could assume in the presence of its background noise of acceleration radiation. In addition, a proof is given of the generalized second law of thermodynamics
The entropy of the noncommutative acoustic black hole based on generalized uncertainty principle
Anacleto, M.A., E-mail: anacleto@df.ufcg.edu.br; Brito, F.A., E-mail: fabrito@df.ufcg.edu.br; Passos, E., E-mail: passos@df.ufcg.edu.br; Santos, W.P.
2014-10-07
In this paper we investigate statistical entropy of a 3-dimensional rotating acoustic black hole based on generalized uncertainty principle. In our results we obtain an area entropy and a correction term associated with the noncommutative acoustic black hole when λ introduced in the generalized uncertainty principle takes a specific value. However, in this method, it is not needed to introduce the ultraviolet cut-off and divergences are eliminated. Moreover, the small mass approximation is not necessary in the original brick-wall model.
The entropy of the noncommutative acoustic black hole based on generalized uncertainty principle
In this paper we investigate statistical entropy of a 3-dimensional rotating acoustic black hole based on generalized uncertainty principle. In our results we obtain an area entropy and a correction term associated with the noncommutative acoustic black hole when λ introduced in the generalized uncertainty principle takes a specific value. However, in this method, it is not needed to introduce the ultraviolet cut-off and divergences are eliminated. Moreover, the small mass approximation is not necessary in the original brick-wall model
The entropy of the noncommutative acoustic black hole based on generalized uncertainty principle
M.A. Anacleto
2014-10-01
Full Text Available In this paper we investigate statistical entropy of a 3-dimensional rotating acoustic black hole based on generalized uncertainty principle. In our results we obtain an area entropy and a correction term associated with the noncommutative acoustic black hole when λ introduced in the generalized uncertainty principle takes a specific value. However, in this method, it is not needed to introduce the ultraviolet cut-off and divergences are eliminated. Moreover, the small mass approximation is not necessary in the original brick-wall model.
The entropy of the noncommutative acoustic black hole based on generalized uncertainty principle
Anacleto, M. A.; Brito, F. A.; Passos, E.; Santos, W. P.
2014-10-01
In this paper we investigate statistical entropy of a 3-dimensional rotating acoustic black hole based on generalized uncertainty principle. In our results we obtain an area entropy and a correction term associated with the noncommutative acoustic black hole when λ introduced in the generalized uncertainty principle takes a specific value. However, in this method, it is not needed to introduce the ultraviolet cut-off and divergences are eliminated. Moreover, the small mass approximation is not necessary in the original brick-wall model.
The entropy of the noncommutative acoustic black hole based on generalized uncertainty principle
Anacleto, M A; Passos, E; Santos, W P
2014-01-01
In this paper we investigate statistics entropy of a 3-dimensional rotating acoustic black hole based on generalized uncertainty principle. In our results we obtain an area entropy and a correction term associated with the noncommutative acoustic black hole when $ \\lambda $ introduced in the generalized uncertainty principle takes a specific value. However, in this method, is not need to introduce the ultraviolet cut-off and divergences are eliminated. Moreover, the small mass approximation is not necessary in the original brick-wall model.
Quantum Corrections to Entropy of Charged Dilatonic Black Holes in Arbitrary Dimensions
Shiraishi, Kiyoshi
2013-01-01
The quantum contribution of a scalar field to entropy of a dilatonic black hole is calculated in the brick wall model by the WKB method and analyzed by a high-temperature expansion. If the cutoff distance from the horizon approaches zero, the leading divergent piece of entropy turns out to be proportional to the "area" of the horizon surface (which has (N-1)-dimensional extension in (N+1)-dimensional space-time) and independent of other properties of black holes even in the case of general dilaton coupling. There is also qualitative argument with the known result of subleading divergence for N=3.
Thermodynamic Products for Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet Black Hole with {\\alpha}-Corrected Entropy Term
Mandal, Abhijit; Biswas, Ritabrata(Indian Institute of Engineering Sceince and Technology Shibpur (Formerly, Bengal Engineering and Science University Shibpur), 711 013, Howrah, West Bengal, India)
2015-01-01
In the present work, we consider a charged black hole in five dimensional Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity where the {\\alpha} corrected entropy term is considered. We examine the horizon radii product, entropy product, Hawking temperature product and free energy product for both event horizon and Cauchy horizon. Our motive is to check whether the same quantity for event horizon and Cauchy horizon is free of mass, i.e., global or not. We further study the stability of such black hole by computing...
Two aspects of black hole entropy in Lanczos-Lovelock models of gravity
Kolekar, Sanved; Kothawala, Dawood; Padmanabhan, T.
2012-03-01
We consider two specific approaches to evaluate the black hole entropy which are known to produce correct results in the case of Einstein’s theory and generalize them to Lanczos-Lovelock models. In the first approach (which could be called extrinsic), we use a procedure motivated by earlier work by Pretorius, Vollick, and Israel, and by Oppenheim, and evaluate the entropy of a configuration of densely packed gravitating shells on the verge of forming a black hole in Lanczos-Lovelock theories of gravity. We find that this matter entropy is not equal to (it is less than) Wald entropy, except in the case of Einstein theory, where they are equal. The matter entropy is proportional to the Wald entropy if we consider a specific mth-order Lanczos-Lovelock model, with the proportionality constant depending on the spacetime dimensions D and the order m of the Lanczos-Lovelock theory as (D-2m)/(D-2). Since the proportionality constant depends on m, the proportionality between matter entropy and Wald entropy breaks down when we consider a sum of Lanczos-Lovelock actions involving different m. In the second approach (which could be called intrinsic), we generalize a procedure, previously introduced by Padmanabhan in the context of general relativity, to study off-shell entropy of a class of metrics with horizon using a path integral method. We consider the Euclidean action of Lanczos-Lovelock models for a class of metrics off shell and interpret it as a partition function. We show that in the case of spherically symmetric metrics, one can interpret the Euclidean action as the free energy and read off both the entropy and energy of a black hole spacetime. Surprisingly enough, this leads to exactly the Wald entropy and the energy of the spacetime in Lanczos-Lovelock models obtained by other methods. We comment on possible implications of the result.
Entropy of extremal black holes: Horizon limits through charged thin shells in a unified approach
Lemos, José P. S.; Quinta, Gonçalo M.; Zaslavskii, Oleg B.
2016-04-01
Using a unified approach, we study the entropy of extremal black holes through the entropy of an electrically charged thin shell. We encounter three cases in which a shell can be taken to its own gravitational or horizon radius and become an extremal spacetime. In case 1, we use a nonextremal shell, calculate all the thermodynamic quantities including the entropy, take it to the horizon radius, and then take the extremal limit. In case 2, we take the extremal limit and the horizon radius limit simultaneously; i.e., as the shell approaches its horizon radius, it also approaches extremality. In case 3, we take first an extremal shell, and then take its horizon radius. We find that the thermodynamic quantities, in general, have different expressions in the three different cases. The entropy is the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy S =A+/4 (where A+ is the horizon area) in cases 1 and 2, and in case 3 it can be any well-behaved function of A+. The contributions from the various thermodynamic quantities for the entropy in all three cases are distinct. Indeed, in cases 1 and 2, the limits agree in what concerns the entropy but they disagree in the behavior of all other thermodynamic quantities. Cases 2 and 3 disagree in what concerns the entropy but agree in the behavior of the local temperature and electric potential. Case 2 is, in a sense, intermediate between cases 1 and 3. Our approach sheds light on the extremal black hole entropy issue.
Kong, Brian; Yoon, Youngsub
2016-03-01
By pointing out an error in the previous derivation of the area spectrum based on Ashtekar's variables, we suggest a new area spectrum; instead of the norm of Ashtekar's gravitational electric field, we show that the norm of our "new" gravitational electric field based on our "newer" variables, which we construct in this paper for this purpose, gives the correct area spectrum. In particular, our "newer" variables are mathematically consistent; the constraint algebra is closed. Moreover, by using our new area spectrum, we "almost correctly" predict the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy without having to adjust the Immirzi parameter; we show that a numerical formula actually yielded 0.997 · · ·, which is very close to 1, the expected value with the black hole entropy given as A/4. We conjecture that the difference, 0.003, is due to the extra dimensions that may modify the area spectrum. Then, we derive a formula for the degeneracy for a single-partition black hole, i.e., a black hole made of a single unit area, and explicitly show that our area spectrum correctly reproduces the degeneracy. Furthermore, by using two totally different methods, we obtain the proportionality constant " C" related to the degeneracy. The first method based on fitting yields 172 ~ 173 while the second method yields 172.87· · ·, which strongly suggest that our area spectrum is on the right track. We also show that the area spectra based on Ashtekar variables neither reproduce the degeneracy of single-partition black hole nor yield agreement for C obtained by using the two methods.
Black hole entropy and SU(2) Chern-Simons theory
Engle, Jonathan; Noui, Karim; Perez, Alejandro
2009-01-01
Black holes in equilibrium can be defined locally in terms of the so-called isolated horizon boundary condition given on a null surface representing the event horizon. We show that this boundary condition can be treated in a manifestly SU(2) invariant manner. Upon quantization, state counting is expressed in terms of the dimension of Chern-Simons Hilbert spaces on a sphere with marked points. Moreover, the counting can be mapped to counting the number of SU(2) intertwiners compatible with the...
Combinatorics of the SU(2) black hole entropy in loop quantum gravity
We use the combinatorial and number-theoretical methods developed in previous works by the authors to study black hole entropy in the new proposal put forth by Engle, Noui, and Perez. Specifically, we give the generating functions relevant for the computation of the entropy and use them to derive its asymptotic behavior, including the value of the Immirzi parameter and the coefficient of the logarithmic correction.
Logarithmic Corrections to the Black Hole Entropy Product of ${\\cal H}^{\\pm}$ via Cardy Formula
Pradhan, Parthapratim
2016-01-01
We compute the logarithmic corrections to the black hole (BH) entropy product of ${\\cal H}^{\\pm}$ \\footnote{ ${\\cal H}^{+}$ and ${\\cal H}^{-}$ denote outer (event) horizon and inner (Cauchy) horizons} by using \\emph{Cardy prescription}. We particularly apply this formula for BTZ BH. We show that logarithmic corrections to the entropy product of ${\\cal H}^{\\pm}$ when computed \\emph{via Cardy formula} it does not mass-independent (universal) nor does it quantized.
Dualities in D=5, N=2 supergravity, black hole entropy, and AdS central charges
The issue of microstate counting for general black holes in D=5, N=2 supergravity coupled to vector multiplets is discussed from various viewpoints. The statistical entropy is computed for the near-extremal case by using the central charge appearing in the asymptotic symmetry algebra of AdS2. Furthermore, we show that the considered supergravity theory enjoys a duality invariance which connects electrically charged black holes and magnetically charged black strings. The near-horizon geometry of the latter turns out to be AdS3 x S2, which allows a microscopic calculation of their entropy using the Brown-Hennaux central charges in Cardy's formula. In both approaches we find perfect agreement between statistical and thermodynamical entropy. (orig.)
Recently, the Banados-Teitelboim-Zanelli (BTZ) black hole in the presence of the gravitational Chern-Simons term has been studied, and it is found that the usual thermodynamic quantities, like the black hole mass, angular momentum, and entropy, are modified. But, for large values of the gravitational Chern-Simons coupling where the modification terms dominate the original terms some exotic behaviors occur, like the roles of the mass and angular momentum are interchanged and the entropy depends more on the inner horizon area than the outer one. A basic physical problem of this system is that the form of entropy does not guarantee the second law of thermodynamics, in contrast to the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy. Moreover, this entropy does not agree with the statistical entropy, in contrast to a good agreement for small values of the gravitational Chern-Simons coupling. Here I find that there is another entropy formula where the usual Bekenstein-Hawking form dominates the inner-horizon term again, as in the small gravitational Chern-Simons coupling case, such that the second law of thermodynamics can be guaranteed. I also find that the new entropy formula agrees with the statistical entropy based on the holographic anomalies for the whole range of the gravitational Chern-Simons coupling. This reproduces, in the limit of a vanishing Einstein-Hilbert term, the recent result about the exotic BTZ black holes, where their masses and angular momenta are completely interchanged and the entropies depend only on the area of the inner horizon. I compare the result of the holographic approach with the classical-symmetry-algebra-based approach, and I find exact agreements even with the higher-derivative corrections of the gravitational Chern-Simons term. This provides a nontrivial check of the AdS/CFT correspondence, in the presence of higher-derivative terms in the gravity action
An equal area law for holographic entanglement entropy of the AdS-RN black hole
Nguyen, Phuc H.
2015-12-01
The Anti-de Sitter-Reissner-Nordström (AdS-RN) black hole in the canonical ensemble undergoes a phase transition similar to the liquid-gas phase transition, i.e. the isocharges on the entropy-temperature plane develop an unstable branch when the charge is smaller than a critical value. It was later discovered that the isocharges on the entanglement entropy -temperature plane also exhibit the same van der Waals-like structure, for spherical entangling regions. In this paper, we present numerical results which sharpen this similarity between entanglement entropy and black hole entropy, by showing that both of these entropies obey Maxwell's equal area law to an accuracy of around 1%. Moreover, we checked this for a wide range of size of the spherical entangling region, and the equal area law holds independently of the size. We also checked the equal area law for AdS-RN in 4 and 5 dimensions, so the conclusion is not specific to a particular dimension. Finally, we repeated the same procedure for a similar, van der Waals-like transition of the dyonic black hole in AdS in a mixed ensemble (fixed electric potential and fixed magnetic charge), and showed that the equal area law is not valid in this case. Thus the equal area law for entanglement entropy seems to be specific to the AdS-RN background.
Two Aspects of Black hole entropy in Lanczos-Lovelock models of gravity
Kolekar, Sanved; Padmanabhan, T
2011-01-01
We consider two specific approaches to evaluate the black hole entropy which are known to produce correct results in the case of Einstein's theory and generalize them to Lanczos-Lovelock models. In the first approach (which could be called extrinsic) we use a procedure motivated by earlier work by Pretorius, Vollick and Israel, and by Oppenheim, and evaluate the entropy of a configuration of densely packed gravitating shells on the verge of forming a black hole in Lanczos-Lovelock theories of gravity. We find that this matter entropy is not equal to (it is less than) Wald entropy, except in the case of Einstein theory, where they are equal. The matter entropy is proportional to the Wald entropy if we consider a specific m-th order Lanczos-Lovelock model, with the proportionality constant depending on the spacetime dimensions D and the order m of the Lanczos-Lovelock theory as (D-2m)/(D-2). Since the proportionality constant depends on m, the proportionality between matter entropy and Wald entropy breaks down ...
Self-similarity, conservation of entropy/bits and the black hole information puzzle
Singleton, Douglas; Zhu, Tao
2013-01-01
John Wheeler coined the phrase ``it from bit" or ``bit from it" in the 1980s. However, much of the interest in the connection between information, i.e. ``bits", and physical objects, i.e. ``its", stems from the discovery that black holes have characteristics of thermodynamic systems having entropies and temperatures. This insight led to the information loss problem -- what happens to the ``bits" when the black hole has evaporated away due to the energy loss from Hawking radiation? In this essay we speculate on a conservative answer to this question using the assumption of self-similarity of quantum correction to the gravitational action and the requirement that the quantum corrected entropy be well behaved in the limit when the black hole mass goes to zero.
An improved thin film brick-wall model of black hole entropy
Liu Wen Biao
2001-01-01
The authors improve the brick-wall model to take only the contribution of a thin film near the event horizon into account. This improvement not only gives them a satisfactory result, but also avoids some drawbacks in the original brick-wall method such as the little mass approximation, neglecting logarithm term, and taking the term L/sup 3/ as the contribution of the vacuum surrounding a black hole. It is found that there is an intrinsic relation between the event horizon and the entropy. The event horizon is the characteristic of a black hole, so the entropy calculating of a black hole is also naturally related to its horizon. (12 refs).
Total Quantum Statistical Entropy of Reissner-Nordstrom Black Holes: in Dirac Field Case
XU Dian-Yan
2005-01-01
The total quantum statistical entropy of Reissner-Nordstrom black holes in Dirac field case is evaluated in this article. The space-time of the black holes is divided into three regions: region 1 (r ＞ ro), region 2 (ro ＞ r ＞ ri),and region 3 (ri ＞ r ＞ 0), where ro is the radius of the outer event horizon, and ri is the radius of the inner event horizon. The total quantum statistical entropy of Reissner-Nordstrom black holes is S = S1 + S2 + S3, where Si(i ＝ 1, 2, 3) is the entropy, contributed by regions 1, 2, 3. The detailed calculation shows that S2 is neglectfully sma//.S1 = wt(π2/45)kb(Ao/ε2β3), S3 = -wt(π2/45)kb(Ai/ε2β3), where Ao and Ai are, respectively, the areas of the outer and inner event horizons, wt ＝ 2s[1 - 2-(s+1)], s ＝ d/2, d is the space-time dimension, here d ＝ 4, s ＝ 2. As ri approaches ro in the extreme case the total quantum statistical entropy of Reissner-Nordstrom black holes approaches zero.
Total Quantum Statistical Entropy of Reissner-Nordstrom Black Holes: Scalar Field Case
XU Dian-Yan
2001-01-01
The total quantum statistical entropy of Reissner-Nordstrom (RN) black holes is evaluated. The spacetime of the black holes is divided into three regions-region 1, (r ＞ ro); region 2, (ro ＞ r ＞ ri);andregion 3, (ri ＞ r ＞ 0)-where ro is the radius of the outer event horizon, and ri is the radius of the inner event horizon. The total quantum statistical entropy of RN black holes is S = S1 + S2 + Ss, where Si (i = 1, 2, 3) is the entropy, contributed by region Si (i = 1, 2, 3). The detailed calculation shows that S2 ≈ 0. S1 = (π2/45)[kbAo/∈2β3], S3 = -(r2/45)[kbAi/∈2βs], where Ao and Ai are, respectively, the area of the outer and inner event horizons. Thus, as ri approaches ro, in the extreme case the total quantum statistical entropy of RN black holes approaches zero.
Quantum-Corrected Two-Dimensional Horava-Lifshitz Black Hole Entropy
M. A. Anacleto
2016-01-01
Full Text Available We focus on the Hamilton-Jacobi method to determine several thermodynamic quantities such as temperature, entropy, and specific heat of two-dimensional Horava-Lifshitz black holes by using the generalized uncertainty principles (GUP. We also address the product of horizons, mainly concerning the event, Cauchy, and cosmological and virtual horizons.
Total Quantum Statistical Entropy of Reissner-Nordstrom Black Holes: in Dirac Field Case
The total quantum statistical entropy of Reissner-Nordstrom black holes in Dirac field case is evaluated in this article. The space-time of the black holes is divided into three regions: region 1 (r>ro), region 2 (ro>r>ri), and region 3 (ri>r>0), where ro is the radius of the outer event horizon, and ri is the radius of the inner event horizon. The total quantum statistical entropy of Reissner-Nordstrom black holes is S = S1+S2+S3, where Si (i = 1,2,3) is the entropy, contributed by regions 1,2,3. The detailed calculation shows that S2 is neglectfully small. S1 = wt(π2/45)kb(Ao/ε2β3), S3 = -wt(π2/45)kb(Ai/ε2β3), where Ao and Ai are, respectively, the areas of the outer and inner event horizons, wt = 2s[1-2-(s+1)], s = d/2, d is the space-time dimension, here d = 4, s = 2. As ri approaches ro in the extreme case the total quantum statistical entropy of Reissner-Nordstrom black holes approaches zero.
Entropy of near-extremal black holes in AdS_5
V. Balasubramanian; J. de Boer; V. Jejjala; J. Simón
2008-01-01
We construct the microstates of near-extremal black holes in AdS_5 x S^5 as gases of defects distributed in heavy BPS operators in the dual SU(N) Yang-Mills theory. These defects describe open strings on spherical D3-branes in the S^5, and we show that they dominate the entropy by directly enumerati
Entropy Correction for Cosmological Horizon of Schwarzschild-de Sitter Black Holes
LIU Bai-Sheng; ZHANG Jing-Yi
2011-01-01
In this paper, we first calculate the emission rate of the massive particles' de Sitter tunneling across the cosmological horizon of Schwarzschild-de Sitter black holes to the second order accuracy. Then, by assuming the emission process satisfies an underlying unitary theory, we have obtained the corrected entropy for cosmological horizon. Finally,a discussion about the de Sitter tunneling is presented.
R\\'enyi entropy and the thermodynamic stability of black holes
Czinner, Viktor G
2016-01-01
Thermodynamic stability of black holes, described by the R\\'enyi formula as equilibrium compatible entropy function, is investigated. It is shown that within this approach, asymptotically flat, Schwarzschild black holes can be in stable equilibrium with thermal radiation at a fixed temperature. This implies that the canonical ensemble exists just like in anti-de Sitter space, and nonextensive effects can stabilize the black holes in a very similar way as it is done by the gravitational potential of an anti-de Sitter space. Furthermore, it is also shown that a Hawking-Page-like black hole phase transition occurs at a critical temperature which depends on the $q$-parameter of the R\\'enyi formula.
Phase transition and entropy inequality of noncommutative black holes in a new extended phase space
Miao, Yan-Gang
2016-01-01
We analyze the thermodynamics of the noncommutative high-dimensional Schwarzschild-Tangherlini AdS black hole with the non-Gaussian smeared matter distribution by regarding a noncommutative parameter as an independent thermodynamic variable named as {\\em the noncommutative pressure}. In the new extended phase space that includes this noncommutative pressure and its conjugate variable, we reveal that the noncommutative pressure and the original thermodynamic pressure related to the negative cosmological constant make the opposite effects in the phase transition of the noncommutative black hole, i.e. the former takes a UV effect while the latter does an IR effect, respectively. In addition, by means of the reverse isoperimetric inequality, we indicate that only the black hole with the Gaussian smeared matter distribution holds the maximum entropy for a given thermodynamic volume among the noncommutative black holes with various matter distributions.
Black hole entropy and SU(2) Chern-Simons theory
Engle, Jonathan; Perez, Alejandro
2009-01-01
We show that the isolated horizon boundary condition can be treated in a manifestly SU(2) invariant manner. The symplectic structure of gravity with the isolated horizon boundary condition has an SU(2) Chern-Simons symplectic structure contribution at the horizon with level k=a_H/ (4\\pi \\beta \\ell^2_p). Upon quantization, state counting is expressed in terms of the dimension of Chern-Simons Hilbert spaces on a sphere with marked points (defects). In the large black hole limit quantum horizon degrees of freedom can be modelled by a single intertwiner. The coupling constant of the defects with the Chern Simons theory on the horizon is precisely given by the ratio of the area contribution of the defect to the macroscopic area a_H, namely \\lambda= 16\\pi^2 \\beta \\ell^2_p (j(j+1))^(1/2)/a_H.
Extremal Black Holes in Supergravity and the Bekenstein-Hawking Entropy
R. D'Auria
2002-03-01
Full Text Available Abstract: We review some results on the connection among supergravity central charges, BPS states and Bekenstein-Hawking entropy. In particular, N = 2 super-gravity in four dimensions is studied in detail. For higher N supergravities we just give an account of the general theory specializing the discussion to the N = 8 case when one half of supersymmetry is preserved. We stress the fact that for extremal supergravity black holes the entropy formula is topological, that is the entropy turns out to be a moduli independent quantity and can be written in terms of invariants of the duality group of the supergravity theory.
We study noncommutative black holes, by using a diffeomorphism between the Schwarzschild black hole and the Kantowski-Sachs cosmological model, which is generalized to noncommutative minisuperspace. Through the use of the Feynman-Hibbs procedure we are able to study the thermodynamics of the black hole, in particular, we calculate Hawking's temperature and entropy for the 'noncommutative' Schwarzschild black hole
Sun, Yuan; Zhao, Liu
2016-01-01
The holographic entanglement entropy is studied numerically in (4+1)-dimensional spherically symmetric Gauss-Bonnet AdS black hole spacetime with compact boundary. On the bulk side the black hole spacetime undergoes a van der Waals-like phase transition in the extended phase space, which is reviewed with emphasis on the behavior on the temperature-entropy plane. On the boundary, we calculated the regularized HEE of a disk region of different sizes. We find strong numerical evidence for the failure of equal area law for isobaric curves on the temperature-HEE plane and for the correctness of first law of entanglement entropy, and briefly give an explanation for why the latter may serve as a reason for the former, i.e. the failure of equal area law on the temperature-HEE plane.
Hamiltonian Dynamics of Bounded Spacetime and Black Hole Entropy Canonical Method
Park, M
2002-01-01
Recently, Carlip proposed a formulation which computes the Bekenstein-Hawking (BH) entropy for the black hole in any dimension. But it has been known that his theory has some technical inconsistencies although his idea has received wide attentions. This paper address a resolution of the problem. By considering a correct gravity action whose variational principle is well defined at the horizon, one can $derive$ the correct Virasoro generator for the surface deformation at the horizon through the canonical method. The grand canonical ensemble, where the horizon and its angular velocity and temperature are fixed, is appropriate for my purpose. From the canonical quantization of the Virasoro algebra, it is found that the existence of the $classical$ Virasoro algebra is crucial to obtain the operator Virasoro algebra which produces the right conformal weights $\\sim A/\\hbar G$ for the semiclassical black hole entropy from the universal Cardy's entropy formula. The correct numerical factor 1/4 is obtained by choosin...
Entropy Spectrum of a KS Black Hole in IR Modified Hořava-Lifshitz Gravity
As a renormalizable theory of gravity, Hořava-Lifshitz gravity, might be an ultraviolet completion of general relativity and reduces to Einstein gravity with a nonvanishing cosmological constant in infrared. Kehagias and Sfetsos obtained a static spherically symmetric black hole solution called KS black hole in the IR modified Hořava-Lifshitz theory. In this paper, the entropy spectrum and area spectrum of a KS black hole are investigated based on the proposal of adiabatic invariant quantity. By calculating the action of producing a pair of particles near the horizon, it is obtained that the action of the system is exactly equivalent to the change of black hole entropy, which is an adiabatic invariant quantity. With the help of Bohr-Sommerfeld quantization rule, it is concluded that the entropy spectrum is discrete and equidistant spaced and the area spectrum is not equidistant spaced, which depends on the parameter of gravity theory. Some summary and discussion will be given in the last
The Euclidean gravitational action as black hole entropy, singularities, and spacetime voids
We argue why the static spherically symmetric vacuum solutions of Einstein's equations described by the textbook Hilbert metric gμν(r) is not diffeomorphic to the metric gμν(|r|) corresponding to the gravitational field of a point mass delta function source at r=0. By choosing a judicious radial function R(r)=r+2G|M|Θ(r) involving the Heaviside step function, one has the correct boundary condition R(r=0)=0, while displacing the horizon from r=2G|M| to a location arbitrarily close to r=0 as one desires, rh→0, where stringy geometry and quantum gravitational effects begin to take place. We solve the field equations due to a delta function point mass source at r=0, and show that the Euclidean gravitational action (in (ℎ/2π) units) is precisely equal to the black hole entropy (in Planck area units). This result holds in any dimensions D≥3. In the Reissner-Nordstrom (massive charged) and Kerr-Newman black hole case (massive rotating charged) we show that the Euclidean action in a bulk domain bounded by the inner and outer horizons is the same as the black hole entropy. When one smears out the point-mass and point-charge delta function distributions by a Gaussian distribution, the area-entropy relation is modified. We postulate why these modifications should furnish the logarithmic corrections (and higher inverse powers of the area) to the entropy of these smeared black holes. To finalize, we analyze the Bars-Witten stringy black hole in 1+1 dimension and its relation to the maximal acceleration principle in phase spaces and Finsler geometries
Conserved charges, surface degrees of freedom, and black hole entropy
Seraj, Ali
2016-01-01
In this thesis, we study the Hamiltonian and covariant phase space description of gravitational theories. The phase space represents the allowed field configurations and is accompanied by a closed nondegenerate 2 form- the symplectic form. We will show that local/gauge symmetries of the action fall into two different categories in the phase space formulation. Those corresponding to constraints in the phase space, and those associated with nontrivial conserved charges. We argue that while the former is related to redundant gauge degrees of freedom, the latter leads to physically distinct states of the system, known as surface degrees of freedom and can induce a lower dimensional dynamics on the system. These ideas are then implemented to build the phase space of specific gravitational systems: 1) asymptotically AdS3 spacetimes, and 2) near horizon geometries of extremal black holes (NHEG) in arbitrary dimension. In the AdS3 phase space, we show that Brown-Henneaux asymptotic symmetries can be extended inside t...
Refined holographic entanglement entropy for the AdS solitons and AdS black holes
We consider the refinement of the holographic entanglement entropy for the holographic dual theories to the AdS solitons and AdS black holes, including the corrected ones by the Gauss–Bonnet term. The refinement is obtained by extracting the UV-independent piece of the holographic entanglement entropy, the so-called renormalized entanglement entropy which is independent of the choices of UV cutoff. Our main results are: (i) the renormalized entanglement entropies of the AdSd+1 soliton for d=4,5 are neither monotonically decreasing along the RG flow nor positive-definite, especially around the deconfinement/confinement phase transition; (ii) there is no topological entanglement entropy for AdS5 soliton even with Gauss–Bonnet correction; (iii) for the AdS black holes, the renormalized entanglement entropy obeys an expected volume law at IR regime, and the transition between UV and IR regimes is a smooth crossover even with Gauss–Bonnet correction; (iv) based on AdS/MERA conjecture, we postulate that the IR fixed-point state for the non-extremal AdS soliton is a trivial product state
Reissner-Nordstrom Black Hole Entropy Inside and Outside the Brick Wall
刘文彪
2003-01-01
Applying the generalized uncertainty relation to the calculation of the free energy and entropy of a Reissner Nordstrom black hole inside the brick wall, the entropy proportional to the horizon area is derived from the contribution of the vicinity of the horizon. This is compared with the entropy calculated via the original brick wall model. The entropy given by the original brick wall model comes from the outside of the brick wall seemingly.The inside result using generalized uncertainty relation is similar to the outside result using original uncertainty relation, and the divergence inside the brick wall disappears. It is apparent that the cutoff is something related to the quantum theory of gravity.
Wang, Peng; Ying, Shuxuan
2015-01-01
We compute the black hole horizon entanglement entropy for a massless scalar field in the brick wall model by incorporating the minimal length. Taking the minimal length effects on the occupation number $n(\\omega,l)$ and the Hawking temperature into consideration, we obtain the leading UV divergent term and the subleading logarithmic term in the entropy. The leading divergent term scales with the horizon area. The subleading logarithmic term is the same as that in the usual brick wall model without the minimal length.
Wang, Peng; Yang, Haitang; Ying, Shuxuan
2016-01-01
We compute the black hole horizon entanglement entropy for a massless scalar field in the brick wall model by incorporating the minimal length. Taking the minimal length effects on the occupation number n(ω, l) and the Hawking temperature into consideration, we obtain the leading ultraviolet (UV) divergent term and the subleading logarithmic term in the entropy. The leading divergent term scales with the horizon area. The subleading logarithmic term is the same as that in the usual brick wall model without the minimal length.
Statistical Mechanical Entropy of a (4 + n)-Dimensional Static Spherically Symmetric Black Hole
Considering corrections to all orders in the Planck length on the quantum state density from the generalized uncertainty principle and using the quantum state density to all degrees of freedom including extra dimensions, we calculate the statistical entropy of the scalar field in the higher-dimensional static spherically symmetric black hole spacetime without any artificial cutoff. Calculation shows that the entropy is proportional to the horizon area. The coefficient of proportionality is 1/4 when the minimal length parameter is selected appropriately. (general)
Entropy of near-extremal black holes in AdS5
We construct the microstates of near-extremal black holes in AdS5 x S5 as gases of defects distributed in heavy BPS operators in the dual SU(N) Yang-Mills theory. These defects describe open strings on spherical D3-branes in the S5, and we show that they dominate the entropy by directly enumerating them and comparing the results with a partition sum calculation. We display new decoupling limits in which the field theory of the lightest open strings on the D-branes becomes dual to a near-horizon region of the black hole geometry. In the single-charge black hole we find evidence for an infrared duality between SU(N) Yang-Mills theories that exchanges the rank of the gauge group with an R-charge. In the two-charge case (where pairs of branes intersect on a line), the decoupled geometry includes an AdS3 factor with a two-dimensional CFT dual. The degeneracy in this CFT accounts for the black hole entropy. In the three-charge case (where triples of branes intersect at a point), the decoupled geometry contains an AdS2 factor. Below a certain critical mass, the two-charge system displays solutions with naked timelike singularities even though they do not violate a BPS bound. We suggest a string theoretic resolution of these singularities.
Entropy of near-extremal black holes in AdS5
We construct the microstates of near-extremal black holes in AdS5 x S5 as gases of defects distributed in heavy BPS operators in the dual SU(N) Yang-Mills theory. These defects describe open strings on spherical D3-branes in the S5, and we show that they dominate the entropy by directly enumerating them and comparing the results with a partition sum calculation. We display new decoupling limits in which the field theory of the lightest open strings on the D-branes becomes dual to a near-horizon region of the black hole geometry. In the single-charge black hole we find evidence for an infrared duality between SU(N) Yang-Mills theories that exchanges the rank of the gauge group with an R-charge. In the two-charge case (where pairs of branes intersect on a line), the decoupled geometry includes an AdS3 factor with a two-dimensional CFT dual. The degeneracy in this CFT accounts for the black hole entropy. In the three-charge case (where triples of branes intersect at a point), the decoupled geometry contains an AdS2 factor. Below a certain critical mass, the two-charge system displays solutions with naked timelike singularities even though they do not violate a BPS bound. We suggest a string theoretic resolution of these singularities