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    Massive vector particles tunneling from black holes influenced by the generalized uncertainty principle

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    This study considers the generalized uncertainty principle, which incorporates the central idea of large extra dimensions, to investigate the processes involved when massive spin-1 particles tunnel from Reissner-Nordstrom and Kerr black holes under the effects of quantum gravity. For the black hole, the quantum gravity correction decelerates the increase in temperature. Up to O(1Mf2)\mathcal{O}(\frac{1}{M_f^2}), the corrected temperatures are affected by the mass and angular momentum of the emitted vector bosons. In addition, the temperature of the Kerr black hole becomes uneven due to rotation. When the mass of the black hole approaches the order of the higher dimensional Planck mass MfM_f, it stops radiating and yields a black hole remnant.Comment: 17 pages. Version accepted for publication on Physics Letters

    Large deviation principle for fractional Brownian motion with respect to capacity

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    We show that fractional Brownian motion(fBM) defined via Volterra integral representation with Hurst parameter Hβ‰₯12H\geq\frac{1}{2} is a quasi-surely defined Wiener functional on classical Wiener space,and we establish the large deviation principle(LDP) for such fBM with respect to (p,r)(p,r)-capacity on classical Wiener space in Malliavin's sense
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