Fischler–Susskind mechanism

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The Fischler–Susskind mechanism, first proposed by Willy Fischler and Leonard Susskind in 1998,[1] is a holographic prescription based on the particle horizon.[2]

The Fischler–Susskind prescription is used to obtain the maximum number of degrees of freedom per Planck volume at the Planck era, compatible with the holographic principle.[3]

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