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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.43.2011.tde-26042012-154144
Document
Author
Full name
Carlos Eduardo Pellicer de Oliveira
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2011
Supervisor
Committee
Abdalla, Elcio (President)
Horvath, Jorge Ernesto
Matsas, George Emanuel Avraam
Mendes, Carlos Molina
Teotonio Sobrinho, Paulo
Title in Portuguese
Estabilidade de modos quasinormais e uma possível interpretação na correspondência AdS/CFT
Keywords in Portuguese
Buracos negros
Correspondência AdS/CFT
Gravitação
Modos quasinormais
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta tese é um estudo de estabilidade de modos quasinormais em um sistema que apresenta uma mudança de estabilidade ao variar continuamente os parâmetros físicos de um buraco negro. A mudança de estabilidade encontrada possui interpretações na correspondência AdS/CFT. A ferramenta principal utilizada neste trabalho para o cálculo de modos quasinormais foram métodos numéricos que podem ser utilizados em inúmeros trabalhos desta área de pesquisa, especialmente por não dependerem de suposições de simetria ou de comportamento conveniente do sistema físico.
Title in English
Quasinormal stability
Keywords in English
AdS/CFT correspondence
Black holes
Gravitation
Quasinormal modes
Abstract in English
This thesis is a study of stability of quasinormal modes in a system featuring a stability change if one continuously varies the physical parameters of a black hole. The stability change thus found has some possible interpretations in the AdS/CFT correspondence. The main tool used in this study for calculating quasinormal modes are numerical methods that can be used in numerous works in this area of research, especially because they do not depend on assumptions of symmetry or any convenient behavior of the physical system.
 
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2012-05-21
 
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