|Title:||Spacetime: Foundations of General Relativity and Differential Geometry (Lecture Notes in Physics Monographs)|
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Spacetime Foundations of General and Differential. Author Marcus Kriele. with its 424 pages is meant to cover both general relativity differential geometry. It is therefore clear that. book, pseudo-Riemannian. and. important topics had to be omitted. mathematicians, the most important omissions are certainly some topics peculiar to Riemannian geometry, such as the Hopf-Rinow theorem (O’Neill 1983, Theorem . 1) and the Myers theorem (O’Neill 1983, Theorem 1. 4).
Series: Lecture Notes in Physics Monographs (Book 59). Hardcover: 432 pages. General relativity is the physical expression of differential geometry, an area of mathematics that is quite detailed. It is very important not just to get the formalism firmly in mind, but to get a deeper understanding--an intuitive understanding--of what the whole thing really means. For special relativity, Mermin's book is very good because it gives great clarity for the underlying meaning. There are other wonderful books in the area, and Woodhouse has two very nice and interesting volumes. I have never found any single book that puts forward both the needed mathematics in a clearly.
Lecture Notes in Physics Monographs. Foundations of General Relativity and Differential Geometry. Authors: Kriele, Marcus. This textbook is for mathematicians and mathematical physicists and is mainly concerned with the physical justification of both the mathematical framework and the foundations of the theory of general relativity. Previous knowledge of the relevant physics is not assumed. This book is also suitable as an introduction to pseudo-Riemannian geometry with emphasis on geometrical concepts. A significant part of the text is devoted to the discussion of causality and singularity theorems
The book presents the foundations of special and general relativity from a higherthan standard level of mathematical sophistication. As the author explicitly statesin the preface, he aims at writing a modern textbook on general relativity formathematicians and mathematical physicists with emphasis on the physical jus-tification of the mathematical framework. Also: Knowledge of physics is notassumed. This is certainly a very ambitious programme, comparable perhapsto the well known book by R. Sachs and H. W. .
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This textbook is for mathematicians and mathematical physicists and is mainly concerned with the physical justification of both the mathematical framework and the foundations of the theory of general relativity. A significant part of the text is devoted to the discussion of causality and singularity theorems.
This book is also suitable as an introduction to pseudo-Riemannian geometry with emphasis on geometrical concepts.