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How is the 'cluster decomposition principle' implemented in holographic theories?
Since holographic theories are non-local by definition, how is this principle implemented? Naively, it seems to me it is not, at least, in some sense. I would appreciate an explanation as simple ...
Aug 10 '12 at 23:41
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