Holographic complexity: stretching the horizon of an evaporating black hole

Lukas Schneiderbauer, Watse Sybesma, Larus Thorlacius

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Abstract

We obtain the holographic complexity of an evaporating black hole in the semi-classical RST model of two-dimensional dilaton gravity, using a volume prescription that takes into account the higher-dimensional origin of the model. For classical black holes, we recover the expected late time behaviour of the complexity, but new features arise at the semi-classical level. By considering the volume inside the stretched horizon of the evolving black hole, we obtain sensible results for the rate of growth of the complexity, with an early onset of order the black hole scrambling time followed by an extended period where the rate of growth tracks the shrinking area of the stretched horizon as the black hole evaporates.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages69
JournalJournal of High Energy Physics
Volume2020
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2020

Other keywords

  • 2D Gravity
  • Black Holes
  • Classical Theories of Gravity
  • Svarthol (stjörnufræði)
  • Þyngdarafl

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