Classical fields : general relativity and gauge theory by Moshe Carmeli

By Moshe Carmeli

This paintings offers gravitation and gauge fields as interrelated issues with a typical actual and mathematical starting place, reminiscent of gauge thought of gravitation and different fields, giving emphasis to the physicist's perspective. approximately half the fabric is dedicated to Einstein's basic relativity thought, and the remaining to gauge fields that clearly mix good with gravitation, together with spinor formula, category of SU(2) gauge fields and null-tetrad formula of the Yang-Mills box within the presence of gravitation. The textual content contains an creation to the actual starting place of the idea of gravitation. It additionally offers the mathematical thought of the geometry of curved space-times had to describe Einstein's normal relativity conception

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