Damghan University PressJournal of Holography Applications in Physics2783-47783120230301De Sitter Space has no Chords. Almost Everything is Confined.13031410.22128/jhap.2023.661.1043ENLeonardSusskindStanford Institute for Theoretical Physics and Department of PhysicsJournal Article20230301This paper describes a phenomenon in which all but a tiny fraction of the fundamental holographic degrees of the SYK theory are confined (as in quark confinement) in the double-scaled infinite temperature limit. The mechanism for confinement is an essential ingredient in the duality between DSSYK and de Sitter space.<br /><br />The mechanism, which removes almost all states from the physical spectrum of the bulk de Sitter theory applies to configurations of a small number of fermions which would be expected to comprise Hawking radiation in de Sitter space. Without confinement there would be far too many species of Hawking particles. The mechanism also applies to configurations with larger number of fermions, including the objects described by chord diagrams.https://jhap.du.ac.ir/article_314_ceeb0c0a8c09d6451ea9f96f0fb7c2f6.pdfDamghan University PressJournal of Holography Applications in Physics2783-47783120230301Quantum Measuring Systems: Considerations from the Holographic Principle313830810.22128/jhap.2023.652.1039ENEijiKonishiGraduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University0000-0002-6539-144XJournal Article20230208In quantum mechanics without application of any superselection rule to the set of the observables, a closed quantum system temporally evolves unitarily, and this Lorentzian regime is characterized by von Neumann entropy of exactly zero.<br /> In the holographic theory in the classicalized ground state, we argue that the unitary real-time evolution of a non-relativistic free particle with complex-valued quantum probability amplitude in this Lorentzian regime can be temporally analytically continued to an imaginary-time classical stochastic process with real-valued conditional probability density in the Euclidean regime, where the von Neumann entropy of the classicalized hologram and the information of a particle trajectory acquired by the classicalized hologram are positive valued. This argument could shed light on the Euclidean regime of the holographic Universe.https://jhap.du.ac.ir/article_308_1ab04706d47f86b909059b11862bad3b.pdfDamghan University PressJournal of Holography Applications in Physics2783-47783120230301Quantum gravitational corrected evolution equations of charged black holes394830410.22128/jhap.2023.643.1037ENRubenCampos DelgadoBethe Center for Theoretical Physics, University of Bonn, Germany0000-0002-9957-3604Journal Article20230110We explain how quantum gravity, treated as an effective field theory, might modify the evaporative evolution of a four-dimensional, non-extremal, non-rotating, charged black hole. With some approximations, we derive a set of coupled differential equations describing the charge and mass of the black hole as a function of time. These equations represent a generalisation of the analogous ones already present in the literature for classical black holes.https://jhap.du.ac.ir/article_304_81a3b9e7d014b1a4011e7c4a1954fcae.pdfDamghan University PressJournal of Holography Applications in Physics2783-47783120230301Geodesic motion in the spacetime of a (2 + 1) D black hole conformally coupled to a massless scalar495630910.22128/jhap.2023.654.1041ENSahebSoroushfarYasouj University, Iran0000-0003-3151-0532Journal Article20230125In this paper, we consider a (2+1) D black hole conformally coupled to a massless scalar. Then the geodesic motion of test particles and light rays in the vicinity of the spacetime of this black hole is studied. Moreover, the geodesic equations are solved analytically according to Weierstrass elliptic and derivatives of Kleinian sigma hyperelliptic functions. Also, the possible orbits are discussed and classified according to the particle's energy and angular momentum.https://jhap.du.ac.ir/article_309_fcea4966bdf700ecf8cc5743f11497bd.pdfDamghan University PressJournal of Holography Applications in Physics2783-47783120230301Bouncing Universe for deformed non-minimally coupled inflation model577030710.22128/jhap.2023.651.1038ENSudhakerUpadhyayIndia0000-0002-3880-7315Journal Article20230202In this paper, we consider non-minimally coupled gravity model. We choose some suitable new variables and achieve the new Hamiltonian and Lagrangian which have harmonic oscillator form. The corresponding Lagrangian is deformed by non-commutative geometry. In order to have solution for the bouncing universe we specify the potential in the equation state. In that case we draw the equation of state in terms of time and show that the equation of state cross $-1$. Such bouncing behavior lead us to apply some conditions on $theta$ and $beta$ from non-commutative geometry. Here, also we can check the stability of system due to deformation of the non-minimally coupled to gravity model. In order to examine the stability of system we obtain the variation of pressure with respect to density energy. Also, we draw the variation of pressure with respect to energy density and show the condition of stability.https://jhap.du.ac.ir/article_307_72c88e9f2c2c8123d84951995651b5e6.pdfDamghan University PressJournal of Holography Applications in Physics2783-47783120230301Electromagnetic properties of the N+γ^*→R(1710) transition in hard-wall AdS/QCD model717931210.22128/jhap.2023.653.1040ENShahnazTaghievaTheoretical Physics Department, Physics Faculty, Baku State UniversityShahinMamedovInstitute for Physical Problems, Baku State UniversityJournal Article20230125We apply the hard-wall model for the nucleon-Roper transition form factors investigation and consider the N+γ^*→R(1710) transition. The profile functions of the spinor and vector fields in the bulk of AdS space are presented. We plot the Dirac and Pauli form factor dependencies on transferred momentum square. Also, the spiral amplitudes for these transitions are presented. The hard-wall results are close to experimental data and nonrelativistic quark model at some point.https://jhap.du.ac.ir/article_312_162d491965adf14751755e5750964631.pdf