Entanglement entropy of compressible holographic matter: Loop corrections from bulk fermions
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CitationSwingle, Brian, Liza Huijse, and Subir Sachdev. 2014. “Entanglement Entropy of Compressible Holographic Matter: Loop Corrections from Bulk Fermions.” Phys. Rev. B 90 (4) (July). doi:10.1103/physrevb.90.045107.
AbstractEntanglement entropy is a useful probe of compressible quantum matter because it can detect the existence of Fermi surfaces, both of microscopic fermionic degrees of freedom and of “hidden” gauge-charged fermions. Much recent attention has focused on holographic efforts to model strongly interacting compressible matter of interest for condensed matter physics. We complete the entanglement analysis initiated by Huijse et al. [Phys. Rev. B 85, 035121 (2012)] and Ogawa et al. [JHEP 1 (2012) 125] using the recent proposal of Faulkner et al. (arXiv:1307.2892) to analyze the entanglement entropy of the visible fermions which arises from bulk loop corrections. We find perfect agreement between holographic and field-theoretic calculations.
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