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Boundaries where AdS/CFT complementarity applies
Usually when I read about AdS/CFT complementarity as a particular case of the Holographic principle, it suggests that physics evolution on a boundary has a map to physics evolution on the bulk. But ...
Sep 24 '12 at 20:35
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