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Comptes Rendus Physique
Volume 7, n° 3-4
pages 343-349 (avril-mai 2006)
Doi : 10.1016/j.crhy.2006.02.004
Mean field theory and general relativistic black holes
Théorie champ moyen et trous noirs en relativité générale

C. Chevalier , F. Debbasch
ERGA-LERMA, université Paris VI, UMR 8112, 3, rue Galilée, 94200 Ivry, France 

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We review the basics of a newly developed mean field theory of relativistic gravitation. A particularly simple coarse graining of the Schwarzschild space-time is presented as an example. We then use this example to discuss current and near future observations of  . To cite this article: C. Chevalier, F. Debbasch, C. R. Physique 7 (2006).

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Nous rappelons les bases dʼune théorie champ moyen récemment développée pour la gravitation relativiste. Un lissage particulièrement simple de lʼespace-temps de Schwarzschild est proposé en tant quʼexemple. Nous utilisons ensuite cet exemple pour discuter des observations actuelles et futures de  . Pour citer cet article : C. Chevalier, F. Debbasch, C. R. Physique 7 (2006).

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Keywords : Classical general relativity, Classical black holes, Classical statistical mechanics

Mots-clés : Relativité générale classique, Trous noirs classiques, Mécanique statistique classique

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