| Robert M. Wald - Science - 1999 - 278 pages
A comprehensive summary of progress made during the past decade on the theory of black holes and relativistic stars, this collection includes discussion of structure and ... | |
| Robert M. Wald - Science - 2010 - 506 pages
"Wald's book is clearly the first textbook on general relativity with a totally modern point of view; and it succeeds very well where others are only partially successful. The ... | |
| Stephen A. Fulling - Mathematics - 1989 - 315 pages
The theory of quantum fields on curved spacetimes has attracted great attention since the discovery, by Stephen Hawking, of black-hole evaporation. It remains an important ... | |
| G. W. Gibbons, Stephen W. Hawking - Science - 1993 - 586 pages
The Euclidean approach to Quantum Gravity was initiated almost 15 years ago in an attempt to understand the difficulties raised by the spacetime singularities of classical ... | |
| Peter G. Bergmann, V. de Sabbata - Science - 2002 - 554 pages
In this XVII Course of the International School of Cosmology and Gravitation devoted to "ADVANCES IN THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN QUANTUM AND GRAVITY PHYSICS" we have considered ... | |
| Andres Gomberoff, Donald Marolf - Science - 2005 - 350 pages
The 2002 Pan-American Advanced Studies Institute School on Quantum Gravity was held at the Centro de Estudios Cientificos (CECS),Valdivia, Chile, January 4-14, 2002. The school ... | |
| Robert M. Wald - Science - 1992 - 153 pages
Writing for the general reader or student, Wald has completely revised and updated this highly regarded work to include recent developments in black hole physics and cosmology ... | |
| Huzihiro Araki - Mathematics - 1999 - 236 pages
This introduction to the mathematical foundations of quantum field theory is based on operator algebraic methods and emphasizes the link between the mathematical formulations ... | |
| Marc Henneaux, Claudio Teitelboim - Mathematics - 1992 - 520 pages
This book is a systematic study of the classical and quantum theories of gauge systems. It starts with Dirac's analysis showing that gauge theories are constrained Hamiltonian ... | |
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