Black hole evolution from real-time simulations of BFSS matrix model
We study the quantum corrections to the real-time evolution of the BFSS matrix model, which is holographically dual to a system of interacting D0 branes. Classical chaos in this system has been interpreted as a scrambling of information due to formation of a black hole. We demonstrate that fermions in this model, simulated within the classical-statistical (CSFT) approximation, lead to an instability which can be interpreted as a precursor of black hole evaporation. We then go beyond the CSFT approximation by including the quantum fluctuations of bosonic variables, and demonstrate that their contribution tends to cancel the fermionic force at large distances, as expected from supersymmetry arguments. These observations support the conjecture that the full quantum evolution of BFSS matrix model should feature Hawking radiation of D0 branes.
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