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General Relativity And Gravitational Physics - Proceedings Of The 11th Italian Conference.

Author: Mauro CarforaPietro FreMauro FrancavigliaC ReinaAldo TrevesAll authors
Publisher: Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Company, 1996.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Topics covered in these proceedings include gravitational waves emitted by stars and black holes; deformations of relativistic membranes; detection and study of gravitational waves with spherical  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Carfora, Mauro.
General Relativity And Gravitational Physics - Proceedings Of The 11th Italian Conference.
Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Company, ©1996
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mauro Carfora; Pietro Fre; Mauro Francaviglia; C Reina; Aldo Treves; M Francaviglia; G Pizella
ISBN: 9789814530613 9814530611
OCLC Number: 990550003
Description: 1 online resource (502 pages)
Contents: Title; Copyright; Under the Auspices; SCIENTIFIC & ORGANIZING COMMITTEE; Foreword; The Sigrav Prize; Contents; LECTURES; Gravitational Waves Emitted by Stars and Black Holes: Frequencies, Energies and Waveforms; Gravity in 2+1 Dimensions; INVITED TALKS; A Novel Approach to the Study of Moduli Spaces of Instantons on K3 Surfaces; Scratching the Surface: Deformations of Relativistic Membranes; Detection and Study of Gravitational Waves with Spherical Antennas; Quantization of Field Theories in the Presence of Boundaries; Tests on the Power Spectrum of Cosmic Inhomogeneities. Toda Field Theory as a Clue to the Geometry of Wn-gravityString Theory and ALE Instantons; Relativity Experiments in the Solar System; Topological Invariants and Geometries of Three-manifolds; Are there Metric Theories of Gravity other than General Relativity?; Statistical Fluctuations of a Schwarzschild Black Hole and Entropy Renormalization; Four-dimensional Combinatorial Gravity from the Recoupling of Angular Momenta; Quantisation of 2+1 gravity for g e"1; A Physical Prediction from Quantum Gravity: the Quantization of the Area. Reconstruction of the State Equation and the Scalar Field Potential in Inflationary CosmologyCONTRIBUTED TALKS; Mathematical Methods and Classical Theories of Gravitation; Poisson Brackets and Adelic Commutators; Constrained Hamiltonian Systems and Gauge Theories; Large Finite Approximations and Large Noncommutative Geometry; A new Approach to the Kerr-Interior Problem; Algebraic Computing and Ricci Collineations; Physical Limitations of McVittie Metric; Transition Metrics: Method and Applications; The High-Energy Geometric Structure of Space-time: Fourth-Rank Geometry. Supergravity and Quantum GravityParametrized Theories and the Problem of Time; Definition of Time in Quantum Cosmology; The Effective Action in Gauged Supergravity and Cosmological Constant Problem; Experimental Gravitation; Quantum Interpretation to the Anomalous Red-shift in Pioneer-6 Experiment; LOCAL ARRAY OF RESONANT ANTENNAS: A Detector for High Frequency Gravitational Radiation; Operation of the Explorer Detector of the Rome Group; Algorithms for Gravitational Wave Data Analysis; Binary Sources Templates for Gravitational Waves Detectors.

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