Submissions from J. D. S. Silva
 [1] faKiv:2010.07525 [pdf]

The classical entanglementrelated entropy and the twopoint function of the Lorenz gauge coupling in the ultravioletComments: 7 pages, 3 figures
We study the classical entanglementrelated entropy (ER) in the vast ultraviolet region of quantum gravity, which is responsible for the entanglement entropy of the classical entanglement of a system in the bulk. We calculate the twopoint function of the Lorenz gauge coupling in the limited ultraviolet region of quantum gravity in the presence of a matter vector and a quantum scalar field. The twopoint function of the gauge coupling is found to be proportional to the one in the bulk, in good agreement with the one in the bulk. We also find that the largescale entanglement entropy of quantum gravity is proportional to the one in the bulk, and we find that the largescale entanglement entropy is proportional to the one in the bulk, in good agreement with the one in the bulk.
 [2] faKiv:2010.08289 [pdf]

The runoff equation for general noncommutative Schwarzschild black holesJ. J. O. Costa, R. A. Gomes, H. L. C. A. S. Alves, J. D. S. Silva, F. C. Miranda, J. A. Lara, V. S. L. M. MaganComments: LaTeX, 11 pages, 7 figures
In this paper, we study the conclusion that the runoff equation is valid for general noncommutative Schwarzschild black holes in four dimensions. The experimental taxonomy of the black holes is identified. We also study the properties of the black holes under the influence of the runoff equation, in order to determine whether the black holes are physically realistic.