General relativity and gravitational physics: 16th SIGRAV Conference on General Relativity and Gravitational Physics, Vietri sul Mare, Italy, 13-16 September 2004
American Institute of Physics, 2005 - Science - 272 pages
All papers were peer reviewed. Research advances in gravitation and general relativity are discussed, ranging from classical to quantum theories of gravity. Relativistic theories have become the basic model for new research fields encompassing importantexperiments and observations which represent a frontier on which Einstein's theory of gravity can be tested. This will provide some new insight into the field of gravitational physics. The proceedings will be a valuable source for advanced graduate students and research workers at all levels.
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Open Strings and Supersymmetry Breaking
Flux and Energy Modulation of Iron Emission Due to Relativistic
Gravitational Energies and Generalized Geometric Entropy
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