Focus on classical and quantum analogues for gravitational phenomena and related effects
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Hawking's prediction that black holes are not black but radiate has been one of the intellectually most influential results of theoretical physics, but Hawking's theory has not so far been testable. Recent developments in analogue models of gravity might change that. This focus issue assembles a series of papers that report on steps towards this goal and related physical effects in a variety of physical systems.
Leonhardt , U , Maia , C & Schützhold , R 2012 , ' Focus on classical and quantum analogues for gravitational phenomena and related effects ' New Journal of Physics , vol 14 , 105032 . DOI: 10.1088/1367-2630/14/10/105032
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