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Unitarity in Holographic, Massive 3D Gravity

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The recent model of three-dimensional massive gravity known as ``Minimal Massive Gravity’’ (MMG) is the simplest known (hence ``minimal’‘) example of a gravitational theory that satisfies basic requirements of both bulk and boundary unitarity in the semi-classical approximation while propagating bulk degrees of freedom. In this talk we will outline how MMG evades the ``bulk/boundary unitarity clash’’ on asymptotically AdS backgrounds and discuss features of the flat-space limit.

This talk is part of the HEP/GR Informal Seminar Series for Graduate Students series.

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