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| Robert M. Wald - Science - 1992 - 153 pages
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| J. Weber - Science - 2013 - 208 pages
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| Bernard Schutz - Science - 2009 - 393 pages
Clarity, readability and rigor combine in the second edition of this widely-used textbook to provide the first step into general relativity for undergraduate students with a ... | |
| S. W. Hawking, G. F. R. Ellis - Science - 1973
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| Yvonne Choquet-Bruhat - Science - 2014 - 304 pages
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| Joel Franklin - Science - 2010
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