Document Type : Letter
Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University
In the Lorentzian classicalized holographic tensor network (cHTN), we derive its relativistic on-shell equation from its Lorentzian action in the presence of a relativistic massive particle in the bulk spacetime: $-\sigma \hbar \theta=Mc^2$.
Here, $\sigma$ is the von Neumann entropy of the cHTN per site in nats, $\theta$ is the real-proper-time expansion of the cHTN defined along the world line of the particle, and $M$ is the non-zero mass of the particle.
We explain the physical properties, interpretation, and consequences of this equation.
Specifically, from this equation we derive the properties of the on-shell proper acceleration of another massive particle in the bulk spacetime as those of the gravitational acceleration induced by the original massive particle.