Ida, D.: A boundary value problem for the five-dimensional stationary rotating black holes. Phys. Rev. D 69, 124005

Kyoto University, Kioto, Kyōto, Japan
Physical Review D (Impact Factor: 4.86). 01/2004; 69(12). DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.69.124005
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ABSTRACT We study the boundary value problem for the stationary rotating black hole solutions to the five-dimensional vacuum Einstein equation. Assuming the two commuting rotational symmetry and the sphericity of the horizon topology, we show that the black hole is uniquely characterized by the mass, and a pair of the angular momenta. Comment: 16 pages, no figures

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    • "In the analytic context recent uniqueness theorems for vacuum stationary black holes in higher dimensions [9] [10] also phrase the problem as an elliptic system, and so far have restricted attention to D dimensional spacetimes with D-2 commuting Killing vectors, where again the Weyl-Papapetrou form is used (see also [11]). "
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    • "In addition at axes of symmetry associated to the fixed action of a compact R a , det G AB will vanish. Following the uniqueness theorem treatment of 4D stationary black holes as an elliptic problem on the two dimensional Riemannian orbit space bounded by the horizon and axes of symmetry (as for example discussed in [6]) and its generalization to D dimensional metrics with (D − 2) commuting Killing vectors [7] [8] which is treated in the same manner, we make the follow key assumption; • We assume that the orbit space base manifold (M, h) is a smooth Riemannian manifold with boundaries given by the horizons and axes of symmetry of the R a that generate rotational isometries. "
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    • "The proof relies heavily on the analysis in [7], as well as on the results in [9] which are reviewed in our context in Section 3. Next, inspection of the uniqueness arguments in [22] [24] [27] [28] shows that serious difficulties arise there if the orbits of the isometry group cease to be timelike on A . The second main result of our work is Theorem 6.1 below, that this does not occur. "
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