Black Hole - String Transition and Rolling D-brane



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Abstract

The exact boundary states for the rolling D-brane solution in two-dimensional black hole systems will be presented.I will study the physical significance of the solution in relation to the ``tachyon-radion correspondence\" and the ``black hole - string transition\". When the alpha\' corrections become larger, when at the same time the Hawking temperature coincide with the Hagedorn temperature, the phase transition occurs and the physics changes drastically. It also suggests the universal feature of the decaying D-brane and its failure in the strong quantum regime. The talk is based on my series of works hep-th/0605013, hep-th/0507040 in collaboration with Soo-jong Rey (SNU) and Yuji Sugawara (Tokyo).