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Gauge gravitation theory

Author: G A Sardanashvili; O Zakharov
Publisher: Singapore ; River Edge, NJ : World Scientific, ©1992.
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This concise monograph is intended for students and scientists specializing in contemporary field theory, gravitation theory and modern differential geometry. The gauge theory as presented by the authors, incorporates Einstein's gravity into the universal picture of fundamental interactions and clarifies its physical nature as a Higgs field. A key point advanced here is the spontaneous breakdown of space-time  Read more...
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Sardanashvili, G.A. (Gennadiĭ Aleksandrovich).
Gauge gravitation theory.
Singapore ; River Edge, NJ : World Scientific, ©1992
(DLC) 91040584
(OCoLC)24793860
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: G A Sardanashvili; O Zakharov
ISBN: 9789814360081 9814360082
OCLC Number: 841810053
Description: 1 online resource (vii, 122 pages)
Contents: Introduction --
Preliminary. 0.1. Bundles --
0.2. Jet manifolds --
0.3. General connections --
1. Classical gauge theory. 1.1. Geometric theory of classical fields --
1.2. Gauge transformations --
1.3. Multimomentum Hamiltonian formalism --
1.4. Geometry of spontaneous symmetry breaking --
2. Gauge theory of classical gravity. 2.1. Dirac fermion fields --
2.2. Tetrad gravitational fields --
2.3. Space-time structure --
Appendix. Space-time singularities --
3. The Higgs feature of classical gravity. 3.1. Fermion-gravitation complex --
3.2. Deviations of a gravitational field --
4. Gauge theory of the translation group. 4.1. Gauge models of the Poincare group --
4.2. Deformed manifolds --
4.3. Gauge theory of the fifth force.
Responsibility: G. Sardanashvily, O. Zakharov.

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