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Paper   IPM / P / 15957
School of Physics
Title:   Complexity of hyperscaling violating theories at finite cutoff
Author(s):
 1 M. Alishahiha 2 A. Faraji Astaneh
Status:   Published
Journal: Phys. Rev. D
Vol.:  100
Year:  2019
Pages:   086004
Supported by:  IPM
Abstract:
Using the complexity equals action proposal we study holographic complexity for hyperscaling violating theories in the presence of a finite cutoff that, in turns, requires to obtain all counter terms needed to have finite boundary energy momentum tensor. These terms could give non-trivial contributions to the complexity. We observe that having a finite UV cutoff would enforce us to have a cutoff behind the horizon whose value is fixed by the UV cutoff; moreover, certain counter term should be defined on the cutoff behind the horizon too.

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