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(A3: 41) H.C. Nguyen, Vietnam 184 COSMOLOGICAL TERM AND BIANCHI

TYPE-1 MODELS IN THE MINIMUM QUADRATIC GAUGE

OF SPACE AND TIME (A3: 43) S.N. Pandey, India 186 ON A HIGHER-ORDER

USA 187 A YANG-MILLS SPIN-2 GAUGE

Pimentel, Mexico ...

(A3: 41) H.C. Nguyen, Vietnam 184 COSMOLOGICAL TERM AND BIANCHI

TYPE-1 MODELS IN THE MINIMUM QUADRATIC GAUGE

**THEORY OF****GRAVITY**(A3: 42) P. Nuthakki, India 185 AN ALTERNATIVE INTERPRETATIONOF SPACE AND TIME (A3: 43) S.N. Pandey, India 186 ON A HIGHER-ORDER

**THEORY OF GRAVITATION**(A3: 44) H. Peng, D. Torr, K. Wang, and A. Fennelly,USA 187 A YANG-MILLS SPIN-2 GAUGE

**THEORY OF GRAVITY**(A3:45) L.O.Pimentel, Mexico ...

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(A3: 57) T. Singh, India STATIC SOLUTIONS OF GENERAL PROJECTIVE

RELATIVITY 200 (A3: 58) J.E.F. Skea and A.B. Burd, United Kingdom 201

COSMOLOGICAL MODELS IN THE BERGMANN-WAGONER

SPACE-TIME DIFFEOMORPHYSMS IN BRST-INVARIANT FORMALISM OF

RELATIVISTIC

GRAVITATION A LA STRING (A3: 61) ...

(A3: 57) T. Singh, India STATIC SOLUTIONS OF GENERAL PROJECTIVE

RELATIVITY 200 (A3: 58) J.E.F. Skea and A.B. Burd, United Kingdom 201

COSMOLOGICAL MODELS IN THE BERGMANN-WAGONER

**THEORY OF****GRAVITY**(A3: 59) V.O. Soloviev, USSR 202 CANONICAL REALIZATION OFSPACE-TIME DIFFEOMORPHYSMS IN BRST-INVARIANT FORMALISM OF

RELATIVISTIC

**THEORY OF GRAVITATION**(A3: 60) V. Tapia, Italy 203GRAVITATION A LA STRING (A3: 61) ...

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THEORY OP GRAVITATION WITH SCALAR FIELD AND THE 5th FORCE V.N.

Melnikov and A.G.Radynov, Gosstandart, Moscow, USSR Modern unified

theories of all interactions are based on ideas of supersymmetry and multiple

dimension of space- time. Then the multidimension scheme must be reduced to

our fourdimension world. We had to obtain also the classical

Is it GR or any other alternative theory? The grand unified theory assumes the

dependence of ...

THEORY OP GRAVITATION WITH SCALAR FIELD AND THE 5th FORCE V.N.

Melnikov and A.G.Radynov, Gosstandart, Moscow, USSR Modern unified

theories of all interactions are based on ideas of supersymmetry and multiple

dimension of space- time. Then the multidimension scheme must be reduced to

our fourdimension world. We had to obtain also the classical

**theory of gravitation**.Is it GR or any other alternative theory? The grand unified theory assumes the

dependence of ...

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List of Papers | 1 |

A2 Spinors Twistors and Complex Methods | 129 |

A3 Alternative Gravity Theories | 143 |

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