The Attraction of Gravitation: New Studies in the History of General Relativity
John Earman, Michel Janssen, John D. Norton
Springer Science & Business Media, 1 Ara 1993 - 432 sayfa
Devoted to the history of general relativity, this text provides reviews from scholars all over the world. Many of the papers originated at the Third International Conference on the History of General Relativity, held at the University of Pittsburgh in the summer of 1991. Topics covered include: disputes with Einstein; the empirical basis of general relativity; variational principles in general relativity; the reception and development of general relativity; and cosmology and general relativity.
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Albert Albert Einstein Annalen der Physik approximation black holes calculus Chandra Chandrasekhar components conservation laws coordinate system correspondence cosmology covariant curvature density derivation differential geometry differential invariants discussion Eddington Einstein's theory Eisenstaedt energy Fock Fock's formulation Gottingen gravitation theory gravitational field gravitational field equations gravitational mass Hertz Hilbert hole argument John Stachel Klein Koniglich Kretschmann Lagrangian Lanczos Leipzig Lemaitre Lemaitre's letter Levi-Civita line element Lorentz Lorentz covariant Maschke mathematical matter metric metric tensor Milne Milne's motion Newtonian Nordstrom observed Palatini paper perihelion philosophical physical physicists problem published relativistic Relativitatstheorie relativity theory Review Ricci Robertson scalar Schrodinger Schwarzschild singularity Schwarzschild solution Sciences scientific Silberstein Sitter Sitzungsberichte space space-time spherical Stachel static stress stress-energy tensor symmetric theory of gravitation theory of relativity thought experiment tion Tolman transformation University vanish variational principle vector vector calculus Walker Weyl Weyl's Wissenschaften Berlin wrote Zeeman