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**An Introduction to Black Holes Information and the String Theory Revolution ** written by
** Leonard Susskind, James Lindesay**.

The quantum theory of black holes, with or without strings, is far from
being a textbook subject with well defined rules.To borrow words from
Sidney Coleman, it is a “trackless swamp” with many false but seductive
paths and no maps.T o navigate it without disaster we will need some
beacons in the form of trusted principles that we can turn to for direction.
In this book the absolute truth of the following four propositions will be
x Black Holes, Information, and the String Theory Revolution
assumed: 1) The formation and evaporation of a black hole is consistent
with the basic principles of quantum mechanics.In particular, this means
that observations performed by observers who remain outside the black
hole can be described by a unitary time evolution.The global process,
beginning with asymptotic infalling objects and ending with asymptotic
outgoing evaporation products is consistent with the existence of a unitary
S-matrix.2) The usual semiclassical description of quantum fields
in a slowly varying gravitational background is a good approximation to
certain coarse grained features of the black hole evolution.T hose features
include the thermodynamic properties, luminosity, energy momentum flux,
and approximate black body character of Hawking radiation.3 ) Thirdly we
assume the usual connection between thermodynamics and quantum statistical
mechanics.T hermodynamics results from coarse graining a more
microscopic description so that states with similar macroscopic behavior
are lumped into a single thermodynamic state.The existence of a thermodynamics
will be taken to mean that a microscopic set of degrees of freedom
exists whose coarse graining leads to the thermal description.M ore
specifically we assume that a thermodynamic entropy S implies that approximately
exp(S) quantum states have been lumped into one thermal
state.

**Book Detail :- **
** Title: ** An Introduction to Black Holes Information and the String Theory Revolution
** Edition: **
** Author(s): ** Leonard Susskind, James Lindesay
** Publisher: ** World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.
** Series: **
** Year: **
** Pages: ** 197
** Type: ** PDF
** Language: ** English
** ISBN: ** 981-256-083-1, ISBN 981-256-131-5
** Country: ** US
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**Book Contents :- **
**An Introduction to Black Holes Information and the String Theory Revolution ** written by
** Leonard Susskind, James Lindesay**
cover the following topics.
**Part-1 Black Holes and Quantum Mechanics **

1.The Schwarzschild Black Hole

2.Scalar Wave Equation in a Schwarzschild Background

3.Quantum Fields in Rindler Space

4.Entropy of the Free Quantum Field in Rindler Space

5.Thermodynamics of Black Holes

6.Charged Black Holes

7.The Stretched Horizon

8.The Laws of Nature

9.The Puzzle of Information Conservation in Black Hole Environments

10.Horizons and the UV/IR Connection
**Part-2 Entropy Bounds and Holography**

11.Entropy Bounds

12.The Holographic Principle and Anti de Sitter Space

13.Black Holes in a Box
**Part-3 Black Holes and Strings **

15.Entropy of Strings and Black Holes

Conclusions

Bibliography

Index

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