Gravitation: An Introduction to Current Research
Wiley, 1962 - Gravitation - 481 pages
Experiments on gravitation / Bruno Bertotti, Dieter Brill, and Robert Krotkov -- Exact solutions of the gravitational field equations / Jürgen Ehlers and Wolfgang Kundt -- The equations of motion / Joshua N. Goldberg -- The Cauchy problem / Yvonne Bruhat -- Conservation laws in general relativity / Andrzej Trautman -- Gravitational radiation / F.A.E. Pirani -- The dynamics of general relativity / R. Arnowitt, S. Deser, and C.W. Misner -- The quantization of geometry / Bryce S. DeWitt -- A geometric theory of the electromagnetic and gravitational fields / Louis Witten -- Geometrodynamics / John G. Fletcher -- Relativistic cosmology / O. Heckmann and E. Schücking.
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Experiments on Gravitation
Exact Solutions of the Gravitational Field Equations
The Equations of Motion
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