Towards Noncommutative Quantization of Gravity
M. Heller , Wiesław Sasin
AbstractWe propose a mathematical structure, based on a noncommutative geometry, which combines essential aspects of general relativity and quantum mechanics, and leads to correct "limiting cases" of both these theories. We quantize a groupoid constructed on space-time rather than space-time itself. Both space and time emerge in the transition process to the commutative case. Our approach clearly suggests that quantum gravitational observables should be looked for among correlations of distant phenomena rather than among local effects. A toy model is computed (based on a finite group) which predicts the value of "cosmological constants" (in the quantum sector) which vanish when going to the standard space-time physics.
|Keywords in English||General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology|
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|Citation count*||34 (2015-11-15)|
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