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Product Description: General relativity ranks among the most accurately tested fundamental theories in all of physics. Deficiencies in mathematical and conceptual understanding still exist, hampering further progress. This book collects surveys by experts in mathematical relativity writing about the current status of, and problems in, their fields...read more

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9783642068195 | Springer Verlag, April 15, 2006, cover price $139.00 | About this edition: General relativity ranks among the most accurately tested fundamental theories in all of physics.

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Product Description: General relativity ranks among the most accurately tested fundamental theories in all of physics. Deficiencies in mathematical and conceptual understanding still exist, hampering further progress. This book collects surveys by experts in mathematical relativity writing about the current status of, and problems in, their fields...read more
By J. Frauendiener (editor), Domenico J. W. Giulini (editor) and Volker Perlick (editor)

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9783540310273 | Springer Verlag, April 15, 2006, cover price $139.00 | About this edition: General relativity ranks among the most accurately tested fundamental theories in all of physics.

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Product Description: The relation between quantum theory and the theory of gravitation remains one of the most outstanding unresolved issues of modern physics. According to general expectation, general relativity as well as quantum (field) theory in a fixed background spacetime cannot be fundamentally correct...read more

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9783642074028 | Springer Verlag, September 1, 2003, cover price $129.00 | About this edition: The relation between quantum theory and the theory of gravitation remains one of the most outstanding unresolved issues of modern physics.

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