



General Relativity: A Concise Introduction
Einstein's general theory of relativity  currently our best theory of gravity  is important not only to specialists, but to a much wider group of physicists. This short textbook on general relativity and gravitation offers students glimpses of the vast landscape of science connected to general relativity. It incorporates some of the...   Tensors: The Mathematics of Relativity Theory and Continuum MechanicsThis book emerged from courses taught at the University College of Dublin, CarnegieMellon University and mostly at Simon Fraser University. This is a modern introduction to the theory of tensor algebra and tensor analysis. It discusses tensor algebra in Chapters 1 and 2. Differential manifold is introduced in Chapter 3. Tensor analysis,...   Gravitation (Physics Series)This is a textbook on gravitation physics (Einstein's "general relativity" or "geometrodynamics"). It supplies two tracks through the subject. The first track is focused on the key physical ideas. It assumes, as mathematical prerequisite, only vector analysis and simple partialdifferential equations. It is suitable for a... 



  Quantum Cosmology and Baby UniversesQuantum gravity is notoriously a subject where problems vastly outnumber results. This is no surprise at short distances, on the order of the Planck length, where most of us expect quantum fluctuations in the metric to cause spacetime itself to lose its meaning and gravity to be subsumed (along with the other socalled fundamental interactions)...   


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