Jordan-Fock type uncertainty relations and cut-off lengths in quantum general relativity

Foundations of Physics 22 (8):1079-1087 (1992)

Abstract

It is demonstrated that in quantized general relativity one is led to Jordan-Fock type uncertainty relations implying the occurrence of cut-off lengths. We argue that these lengths (i) represent limitations on the measurability of quantum effects of general relativity and (ii) provide a cut-off length of quantum divergences

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