De Sabbata, Venzo
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Works:  64 works in 271 publications in 2 languages and 3,479 library holdings 

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Classifications:  QC178, 531.14 
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Venzo De Sabbata
Topics in theoretical and experimental gravitation physics by
Venzo De Sabbata(
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18 editions published between 1975 and 1977 in English and held by 328 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
During the period March 1325, 1975, the IV course of the International School of Cosmology and Gravitation was held at Erice, Sicily and devoted primarily to gravitational waves. A number of participants have prepared their lectures for publication here. These include topics in Gravitational Radiation, Gravitational Radiation Antennas and Data Analyses, Singularities in General Relativity Theory, the Bimetric Theory of Gravitation, Tachyons, and General Relativity and Quantum Theory. V. De Sabbata and J. Weber v Contents Opening ReII1arks, J. Weber. ... ... ix The Generation of Gravitational Waves: A Review of Computational Techniques, K.S. Thorne  1 Effects of Gravitational Radiation upon Electromagnetic Waves in a Dispersive Medium, B. Bertotti and R. Catenacci  63 Gravitational Waves and Their Interaction with Electromagnetic Field, V. De Sabbata .  69 Shock Waves in General Relativity, A. Papapetrou  83 Editorial Connnents ... ... 103 The Detection of Gravitational Waves and Quantum Nondisturbtive Measurements, V. Braginsky  105 Onedimensional Analysis and Computer Simulation of a Weber Antenna, G.V. Pallottino  123 Comments on the Gravitational Radiation Experiments, J. Weber  135 Estimated Sensitivity of the Low Temperature Gravitational Wave Antenna in Rome, G. Pizzella  139 The L.S.U. Low Temperature Gravity Wave Experiment, W.O. Hamilton, T.P. Bernat, D.G. Blair, W.C. Oelfke  149 Optimal Detection of Signals through Linear Devices with Thermal Noise Sources and Application to the Munich Frascati WeberType Gravitational Wave Detectors, P. Kafka ... ... . . 161 Synchrotron Radiation and Astrophysics, A.A
18 editions published between 1975 and 1977 in English and held by 328 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
During the period March 1325, 1975, the IV course of the International School of Cosmology and Gravitation was held at Erice, Sicily and devoted primarily to gravitational waves. A number of participants have prepared their lectures for publication here. These include topics in Gravitational Radiation, Gravitational Radiation Antennas and Data Analyses, Singularities in General Relativity Theory, the Bimetric Theory of Gravitation, Tachyons, and General Relativity and Quantum Theory. V. De Sabbata and J. Weber v Contents Opening ReII1arks, J. Weber. ... ... ix The Generation of Gravitational Waves: A Review of Computational Techniques, K.S. Thorne  1 Effects of Gravitational Radiation upon Electromagnetic Waves in a Dispersive Medium, B. Bertotti and R. Catenacci  63 Gravitational Waves and Their Interaction with Electromagnetic Field, V. De Sabbata .  69 Shock Waves in General Relativity, A. Papapetrou  83 Editorial Connnents ... ... 103 The Detection of Gravitational Waves and Quantum Nondisturbtive Measurements, V. Braginsky  105 Onedimensional Analysis and Computer Simulation of a Weber Antenna, G.V. Pallottino  123 Comments on the Gravitational Radiation Experiments, J. Weber  135 Estimated Sensitivity of the Low Temperature Gravitational Wave Antenna in Rome, G. Pizzella  139 The L.S.U. Low Temperature Gravity Wave Experiment, W.O. Hamilton, T.P. Bernat, D.G. Blair, W.C. Oelfke  149 Optimal Detection of Signals through Linear Devices with Thermal Noise Sources and Application to the Munich Frascati WeberType Gravitational Wave Detectors, P. Kafka ... ... . . 161 Synchrotron Radiation and Astrophysics, A.A
Cosmology and gravitation : spin, torsion, rotation, and supergravity by Torsion, Rotation, and Supergravity NATO Advanced Study Institute on Cosmology and Gravitation: Spin(
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14 editions published between 1979 and 1980 in English and held by 288 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
14 editions published between 1979 and 1980 in English and held by 288 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Topological properties and global structure of spacetime by
Peter Gabriel Bergmann(
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13 editions published between 1985 and 2013 in English and held by 269 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The Ninth Course of the International School of Cosmology and Gravita tion of the Ettore Majorana Centre for Scientific Culture is concerned with "Topological Properties and Global Structure of SpaceTime." We consider this topic to possess great importance. Our choice has also been influenced by the fact that there are many quest ions as yet unre solved. Standard general relativity describes spacetime as a fourdimensional pseudoRiemannian manifold, but it does not prescribe its largescale structure. Inorderto attempt answers to some topological questions, such as whether our universe is open or closed, whether it is orientable, and whether it is complete or possesses singularities, various theoretical approaches to global aspects of gravitational physics are presented here. As topological questions playa role in nonstandard theories as weIl, it will be found that some of the lectures and seminar talks in this volume adopt the point of view of standard relativity, whereas others are based on different theories, such as KaluzaKlein theories, bimetric theories, and supergravity. We have found it difficult to organize these papers into classes, say standard and nonstandard theory, or models with and without singularities. One paper, by R. Reasenberg, is experimental. Its purpose was to give the theorists present an inkling of the opportunities, as weIl as the pitfalls, of experimental research in gravitational physics. Accordingly, we have arranged all contributions alphabetically, by ~firstnamed) author
13 editions published between 1985 and 2013 in English and held by 269 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The Ninth Course of the International School of Cosmology and Gravita tion of the Ettore Majorana Centre for Scientific Culture is concerned with "Topological Properties and Global Structure of SpaceTime." We consider this topic to possess great importance. Our choice has also been influenced by the fact that there are many quest ions as yet unre solved. Standard general relativity describes spacetime as a fourdimensional pseudoRiemannian manifold, but it does not prescribe its largescale structure. Inorderto attempt answers to some topological questions, such as whether our universe is open or closed, whether it is orientable, and whether it is complete or possesses singularities, various theoretical approaches to global aspects of gravitational physics are presented here. As topological questions playa role in nonstandard theories as weIl, it will be found that some of the lectures and seminar talks in this volume adopt the point of view of standard relativity, whereas others are based on different theories, such as KaluzaKlein theories, bimetric theories, and supergravity. We have found it difficult to organize these papers into classes, say standard and nonstandard theory, or models with and without singularities. One paper, by R. Reasenberg, is experimental. Its purpose was to give the theorists present an inkling of the opportunities, as weIl as the pitfalls, of experimental research in gravitational physics. Accordingly, we have arranged all contributions alphabetically, by ~firstnamed) author
Geometric algebra and applications to physics by
Venzo De Sabbata(
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16 editions published between 2006 and 2007 in English and held by 260 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"Bringing geometric algebra to the mainstream of physics pedagogy, Geometric Algebra and Applications to Physics not only presents geometric algebra as a discipline within mathematical physics, but the book also shows how geometric algebra can be applied to numerous fundamental problems in physics, especially in experimental situations."Jacket
16 editions published between 2006 and 2007 in English and held by 260 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"Bringing geometric algebra to the mainstream of physics pedagogy, Geometric Algebra and Applications to Physics not only presents geometric algebra as a discipline within mathematical physics, but the book also shows how geometric algebra can be applied to numerous fundamental problems in physics, especially in experimental situations."Jacket
Introduction to gravitation by
Venzo De Sabbata(
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12 editions published between 1985 and 1986 in English and held by 257 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
12 editions published between 1985 and 1986 in English and held by 257 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The Origin and evolution of galaxies by
Venzo De Sabbata(
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13 editions published between 1981 and 1982 in English and held by 214 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
13 editions published between 1981 and 1982 in English and held by 214 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Gravitation and modern cosmology : the cosmological constant problem by
Antonino Zichichi(
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9 editions published in 1991 in English and held by 195 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Peter Gabriel Bergmann started his work on general relativity in 1936 when he moved from Prague to the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. Bergmann collaborated with Einstein in an attempt to provide a geometrical unified field theory of gravitation and electromagnetism. Within this program they wrote two articles together: A. Einstein and P.G. Bergmann, Ann. Math. 39, 685 (1938) ; and A. Einstein, V. Bargmann and P.G. Bergmann, Th. von Karman Anniversary Volume 212 (1941). The search for such a theory was intense in the ten years following the birth of general relativity. In recent years, some of the geometrical ideas proposed in these publications have proved essential in contemporary attempts towards the unification of all interactions including gravity, KaluzaKlein type theories and supergravity theories. In 1942, Bergmann published the book "Introduction to the Theory of Relativity" which included a foreword by Albert Einstein. This book is a reference for the subject, either as a textbook for classroom use or for individual study. A second corrected and enlarged edition of the book was published in 1976. Einstein said in his foreword to the first edition: "Bergmann's book seems to me to satisfy a definite need. . . Much effort has gone into making this book logically and pedagogically satisfactory and Bergmann has spent many hours with me which were devoted to this end
9 editions published in 1991 in English and held by 195 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Peter Gabriel Bergmann started his work on general relativity in 1936 when he moved from Prague to the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. Bergmann collaborated with Einstein in an attempt to provide a geometrical unified field theory of gravitation and electromagnetism. Within this program they wrote two articles together: A. Einstein and P.G. Bergmann, Ann. Math. 39, 685 (1938) ; and A. Einstein, V. Bargmann and P.G. Bergmann, Th. von Karman Anniversary Volume 212 (1941). The search for such a theory was intense in the ten years following the birth of general relativity. In recent years, some of the geometrical ideas proposed in these publications have proved essential in contemporary attempts towards the unification of all interactions including gravity, KaluzaKlein type theories and supergravity theories. In 1942, Bergmann published the book "Introduction to the Theory of Relativity" which included a foreword by Albert Einstein. This book is a reference for the subject, either as a textbook for classroom use or for individual study. A second corrected and enlarged edition of the book was published in 1976. Einstein said in his foreword to the first edition: "Bergmann's book seems to me to satisfy a definite need. . . Much effort has gone into making this book logically and pedagogically satisfactory and Bergmann has spent many hours with me which were devoted to this end
Unified field theories of more than 4 dimensions : including exact solutions by International School of Cosmology and Gravitation(
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16 editions published in 1983 in English and held by 186 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
16 editions published in 1983 in English and held by 186 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Quantum mechanics in curved spacetime by
Jürgen Audretsch(
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12 editions published in 1990 in English and Italian and held by 172 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Quantum mechanics and quantum field theory on one hand and Gravity as a theory of curved spacetime on the other are the two great conc tual schemes of modern theoretical physics. For many decades they have lived peacefully together for a simple reason: it was a coexistence wi out much interaction. There has been the family of relativists and the other family of elementary particle physicists and both sides have been convinced that their problems have not very much to do with the problems of the respective other side. This was a situation which could not last forever, because the two theoretical schemes have a particular structural trait in common: their claim for totality and universality. Namely on one hand all physical theories have to be formulated in a quantum mechanical manner, and on the other hand gravity as curved spacetime influences all processes and vice versa. It was therefore only a question of time that physically relevant domains of application would attract a general int est, which demand a combined application of both theoretical schemes. But it is immediately obvious that such an application of both schemes is  possible if the schemes are taken as they are. Something new is needed which reconciles gravity and quantum mechanics. During the last two de des we are now doing the first steps towards this more general theory and we are confronted with fundamental difficulties
12 editions published in 1990 in English and Italian and held by 172 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Quantum mechanics and quantum field theory on one hand and Gravity as a theory of curved spacetime on the other are the two great conc tual schemes of modern theoretical physics. For many decades they have lived peacefully together for a simple reason: it was a coexistence wi out much interaction. There has been the family of relativists and the other family of elementary particle physicists and both sides have been convinced that their problems have not very much to do with the problems of the respective other side. This was a situation which could not last forever, because the two theoretical schemes have a particular structural trait in common: their claim for totality and universality. Namely on one hand all physical theories have to be formulated in a quantum mechanical manner, and on the other hand gravity as curved spacetime influences all processes and vice versa. It was therefore only a question of time that physically relevant domains of application would attract a general int est, which demand a combined application of both theoretical schemes. But it is immediately obvious that such an application of both schemes is  possible if the schemes are taken as they are. Something new is needed which reconciles gravity and quantum mechanics. During the last two de des we are now doing the first steps towards this more general theory and we are confronted with fundamental difficulties
Spin and torsion in gravitation by
Venzo De Sabbata(
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12 editions published in 1994 in English and held by 158 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This book gives an exposition of both the old and new results of spin and torsion effects on gravitational interactions with implications for particle physics, cosmology etc. Physical aspects are stressed and measurable effects in relation to other areas of physics are discussed. Among the topics discussed are: alternative ways of unifying gravity with electroweak and strong interactions by an energy dependent spin torsion coupling constant; the idea that all interactions can be understood as originating from spin curvature coupling; the possibility of cosmological models with torsion providing
12 editions published in 1994 in English and held by 158 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This book gives an exposition of both the old and new results of spin and torsion effects on gravitational interactions with implications for particle physics, cosmology etc. Physical aspects are stressed and measurable effects in relation to other areas of physics are discussed. Among the topics discussed are: alternative ways of unifying gravity with electroweak and strong interactions by an energy dependent spin torsion coupling constant; the idea that all interactions can be understood as originating from spin curvature coupling; the possibility of cosmological models with torsion providing
Advances in the interplay between quantum and gravity physics by
Peter Gabriel Bergmann(
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6 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 157 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This uptodate survey of the interplay between gravity and particle physics theory contains treatments of cosmological perturbations, transPlanckian problems in cosmology, the cosmological basis in a framework of projective unified field theory, atom interferometry in black holes and the early universe and semiclassical gravity. There are also discussions of spinorial matter in affine theory of gravity, the phase problem and Mach's principle, a Hamiltonian formulation of gravitational theory, and spin fluctuations. A special section covers Dirac geometry and real spacetime, Dirac wave functions and black holes, properties of black hole solutions, black hole spectroscopy and thermodynamics. The emphasis is on observational aspects and in this context there are discussions of attempts to measure Newtonian G, the stability of G and multidimensional gravitational models, improved measurements and the experimental limit of Gdot, past results and new experimental tests for violation of the principle of equivalence, signals observed with a detector having 20<SUP>21</SUP> intrinsic spins, virtual graviton exchange consistent with constant G and the weak equivalence principle. There is an update on neutrino oscillations and the helicity precession of fermions in gravitational / inertial fields
6 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 157 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This uptodate survey of the interplay between gravity and particle physics theory contains treatments of cosmological perturbations, transPlanckian problems in cosmology, the cosmological basis in a framework of projective unified field theory, atom interferometry in black holes and the early universe and semiclassical gravity. There are also discussions of spinorial matter in affine theory of gravity, the phase problem and Mach's principle, a Hamiltonian formulation of gravitational theory, and spin fluctuations. A special section covers Dirac geometry and real spacetime, Dirac wave functions and black holes, properties of black hole solutions, black hole spectroscopy and thermodynamics. The emphasis is on observational aspects and in this context there are discussions of attempts to measure Newtonian G, the stability of G and multidimensional gravitational models, improved measurements and the experimental limit of Gdot, past results and new experimental tests for violation of the principle of equivalence, signals observed with a detector having 20<SUP>21</SUP> intrinsic spins, virtual graviton exchange consistent with constant G and the weak equivalence principle. There is an update on neutrino oscillations and the helicity precession of fermions in gravitational / inertial fields
The gravitational constant : generalized gravitational theories and experiments by
Venzo De Sabbata(
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14 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 153 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
An uptodate description of progress and current problems with the gravitational constant, both in terms of generalized gravitational theories and experiments either in the laboratory, using Casimir force measurements, or in space at solar system distances and in cosmological observations. Contributions cover different aspects of the state and prediction of unified theories of the physical interactions including gravitation as a cardinal link, the role of experimental gravitation and observational cosmology in discriminating between them, the problem of the precise measurement and stability of fundamental physical constants in space and time, and the gravitational constant in particular. Recent advances discussed include unified and scalartensor theories, theories in diverse dimensions and their observational windows, gravitational experiments in space, rotational and torsional effects in gravity, basic problems in cosmology, early universe as an arena for testing unified models, and big bang nucleosynthesis
14 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 153 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
An uptodate description of progress and current problems with the gravitational constant, both in terms of generalized gravitational theories and experiments either in the laboratory, using Casimir force measurements, or in space at solar system distances and in cosmological observations. Contributions cover different aspects of the state and prediction of unified theories of the physical interactions including gravitation as a cardinal link, the role of experimental gravitation and observational cosmology in discriminating between them, the problem of the precise measurement and stability of fundamental physical constants in space and time, and the gravitational constant in particular. Recent advances discussed include unified and scalartensor theories, theories in diverse dimensions and their observational windows, gravitational experiments in space, rotational and torsional effects in gravity, basic problems in cosmology, early universe as an arena for testing unified models, and big bang nucleosynthesis
Black hole physics by
Venzo De Sabbata(
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12 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 150 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The basic subjects and main topics covered by this book are: (1) Physics of Black Holes (classical and quantum); (2) Thermodynamics, entropy and internal dynamics; (3) Creation of particles and evaporation; (4) Mini black holes; (5) Quantum mechanics of black holes in curved spacetime; (6) The role of spin and torsion in the black hole physics; (7) Equilibrium geometry and membrane paradigm; (8) Black hole in string and superstring theory; (9) Strings, quantum gravity and black holes; (10) The problem of singularity; (11) Astrophysics of black holes; (12) Observational evidence of black holes. The book reveals the deep connection between gravitational, quantum and statistical physics and also the importance of black hole behaviour in the very early universe. An important new point discussed concerns the introduction of spin in the physics of black holes, showing its central role when correctly put into the Einstein equations through the geometric concept of torsion, with the new concept of a timetemperature uncertainty relation, minimal time, minimal entropy, quantization of entropy and the connection of black hole with wormholes. Besides theoretical aspects, the reader will also find observational evidence for black holes in active galactic nuclei, in binary Xray sources and in supernova remnants. The book will thus interest physicists, astronomers, and astrophysicists at different levels of their career who specialize in classical properties, quantum processes, statistical thermodynamics, numerical collapse, observational evidence, general relativity and other related problems
12 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 150 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The basic subjects and main topics covered by this book are: (1) Physics of Black Holes (classical and quantum); (2) Thermodynamics, entropy and internal dynamics; (3) Creation of particles and evaporation; (4) Mini black holes; (5) Quantum mechanics of black holes in curved spacetime; (6) The role of spin and torsion in the black hole physics; (7) Equilibrium geometry and membrane paradigm; (8) Black hole in string and superstring theory; (9) Strings, quantum gravity and black holes; (10) The problem of singularity; (11) Astrophysics of black holes; (12) Observational evidence of black holes. The book reveals the deep connection between gravitational, quantum and statistical physics and also the importance of black hole behaviour in the very early universe. An important new point discussed concerns the introduction of spin in the physics of black holes, showing its central role when correctly put into the Einstein equations through the geometric concept of torsion, with the new concept of a timetemperature uncertainty relation, minimal time, minimal entropy, quantization of entropy and the connection of black hole with wormholes. Besides theoretical aspects, the reader will also find observational evidence for black holes in active galactic nuclei, in binary Xray sources and in supernova remnants. The book will thus interest physicists, astronomers, and astrophysicists at different levels of their career who specialize in classical properties, quantum processes, statistical thermodynamics, numerical collapse, observational evidence, general relativity and other related problems
Cosmology and particle physics by
Venzo De Sabbata(
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16 editions published between 1994 and 2012 in English and held by 137 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
In recent years there has been a steadily increasing crossfertilization between cosmology and particle physics, on both the theoretical and experimental levels. Particle physics has provided new experimental data from the big accelerators in operation, and data from space satellites are accumulating rapidly. Cosmology is still one of the best laboratories for testing particle theory. The present work discusses such matters in the context of inflation, strings, dark matter, neutrinos and gravitational wave physics in the very early universe, field theory at the Planck scale, and high energy physics. A particular emphasis has been placed on a new topology for spatial infinity, on the relation between temperature and gravitational potential, a canonical formulation of general relativity, the neutrino mass, spin in the early universe, the measurement of gravity in the 10100 m range, galaxygalaxy and clustercluster correlation, black holes, string theory and string/string duality. The work also presents a beautiful review of high energy elementary particle physics, treating the meaning, status and perspectives of unification and standard model gauge couplings
16 editions published between 1994 and 2012 in English and held by 137 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
In recent years there has been a steadily increasing crossfertilization between cosmology and particle physics, on both the theoretical and experimental levels. Particle physics has provided new experimental data from the big accelerators in operation, and data from space satellites are accumulating rapidly. Cosmology is still one of the best laboratories for testing particle theory. The present work discusses such matters in the context of inflation, strings, dark matter, neutrinos and gravitational wave physics in the very early universe, field theory at the Planck scale, and high energy physics. A particular emphasis has been placed on a new topology for spatial infinity, on the relation between temperature and gravitational potential, a canonical formulation of general relativity, the neutrino mass, spin in the early universe, the measurement of gravity in the 10100 m range, galaxygalaxy and clustercluster correlation, black holes, string theory and string/string duality. The work also presents a beautiful review of high energy elementary particle physics, treating the meaning, status and perspectives of unification and standard model gauge couplings
Gravitational measurements, fundamental metrology, and constants by
Venzo De Sabbata(
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16 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 137 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
16 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 137 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Relativistic astrophysics and cosmology by Sir Arthur Eddington Centenary Symposium(
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2 editions published in 1984 in English and held by 95 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
2 editions published in 1984 in English and held by 95 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Proceedings of the Sir Arthur Eddington Centenary Symposium by Sir Arthur Eddington Centenary Symposium(
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in English and held by 87 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
in English and held by 87 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Quantum gravity : International School of Cosmology and Gravitation XIV course, Erice, Italy, 1119 May, 1995 : 80th birthday
dedication to Peter G. Bergmann by International School of Cosmology and Gravitation(
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3 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 82 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
3 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 82 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Black hole physics : proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute (12th Course of the International School of Cosmology
and Gravitation of the Ettore Majorana Centre for Scientific Culture), Erice, Italy, May 1222, 1991 by NATO Advanced Study Institute on Black Hole Physics(
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3 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
3 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Topics in theoretical and experimental gravitation physics : Proceedings of the Internat. School of Cosmology and Gravitation,
held in Erice, Trapani, Sicily, March 1325, 1975(
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1 edition published in 1977 in English and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
1 edition published in 1977 in English and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
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 Weber, J. (Joseph) 19192000 Editor
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Astrophysics Bergmann, Peter Gabriel Black holes (Astronomy) Clifford algebras Cosmology Deep spaceMilky Way Eddington, Arthur Stanley,Sir, Galaxies GalaxiesEvolution Gauge fields (Physics) General relativity (Physics) Geometry, Algebraic Gravitation Gravitational fields GravitationExperiments Gravity GravityMeasurement Mathematical physics Nuclear astrophysics Particles (Nuclear physics) Physical constants Physical constantsMeasurement Physics Quantum field theory Quantum gravity Quantum theory Relativistic astrophysics Relativity (Physics) Singularities (Mathematics) Space and time Statistics Supergravity Supermanifolds (Mathematics) Supersymmetry Topology Torsion Unified field theories