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Author  Title  Accn#  Year  Item Type  Claims 
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DierckEkkehard Liebscher 
Geometry of time 
OB1822 
2005 
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Nathalie Deruelle 
Relativity in modern physics 
OB1462 
2018 
eBook 

3 
David D. Nolte 
Introduction to modern dynamics: Chaos, Networks, Space and Time 
026051 
2015 
Book 

4 
Jeff Murugan (Ed.) 
Foundations of space and time: Reflections on quantum gravity 
024460 
2012 
Book 

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Eduard A. Tropp 
Alexander a friedmann: The man who made the universe expand 
OB0070 
1993 
eBook 

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Majid, Shahn (ed.) 
On space and time 
022371 
2008 
Book 

7 
Fritzsch, Harald 
Curvature of spacetime : Newton, Einstein and gravitation 
020628 
2005 
Book 

8 
Popli Rakesh 
Stroll through spacetime : A leisurely discourse on Einstein's relativity theory 
020211 
2003 
Book 

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Raman, Rohit 
Special theory of relativity 
019714 
1997 
Book 

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KAK, SUBHASH 
Nature of physical reality 
019589 
1986 
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Title  Relativity in modern physics 
Author(s)  Nathalie Deruelle;JeanPhilippe Uzan 
Publication  Oxford University Press 2018. 
Abstract Note  Newton’s ideas about how to represent space and time, his laws of dynamics, and his theory of gravitation established the conceptual foundation from which modern physics developed. This book offers a modern view of Newtonian theory, emphasizing those aspects needed for understanding quantum and relativistic contemporary physics. In 1905, Albert Einstein proposed a novel representation of space and time, special relativity. The text also presents relativistic dynamics in inertial and accelerated frames, as well as a detailed overview of Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism, thus providing the background necessary for studying particle and accelerator physics, astrophysics, and Einstein’s theory of general relativity. In 1915, Einstein proposed a new theory of gravitation, general relativity. Finally, the text develops the geometrical framework in which Einstein’s equations are formulated and presents several key applications: black holes, gravitational radiation, and cosmology. 
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Keyword(s)  1. EBOOK
2. EBOOK  OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
3. GENERAL RELATIVITY
4. SPACE AND TIME
5. SPECIAL RELATIVITY
6. THEORY OF GRAVITATION

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Title  Introduction to modern dynamics: Chaos, Networks, Space and Time 
Author(s)  David D. Nolte 
Edition  eBooks 
Publication  Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2015. 
Description  xiii, 423p. 
Abstract Note  The best parts of physics are the last topics that our students ever see. These are the exciting new frontiers of nonlinear and complex systems that are at the forefront of university research and are the basis of many hightech businesses. Topics such as traffic on the World Wide Web, the spread of epidemics through globallymobile populations, or the synchronization of global economies are governed by universal principles just as profound as Newton's laws. Nonetheless, the conventional university physics curriculum reserves most of these topics for advanced graduate study. Two justifications are given for this situation: first, that the mathematical tools needed to understand these topics are beyond the skill set of undergraduate students, and second, that these are speciality topics with no common theme and little overlap.
Introduction to Modern Dynamics dispels these myths. The structure of this book combines the three main topics of modern dynamics  chaos theory, dynamics on complex networks, and general relativity  into a coherent framework. 
ISBN,Price  9780199657049 : UKP 32.50(PB) 
Classification  531.3

Keyword(s)  1. 100 YEARS OF THE FIRST OBSERVATIONS OF T
2. CHAOS
3. COMPLEX SYSTEMS
4. DYNAMICS
5. EBOOK
6. EBOOK  OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
7. HAMILTONIAN DYNAMICS
8. NONLINEAR DYNAMICS
9. RELATIVISTIC DYNAMICS
10. SPACE AND TIME

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Title  Foundations of space and time: Reflections on quantum gravity 
Author(s)  Jeff Murugan (Ed.);Amanda Weltman (Ed.);George F. R. Ellis (Ed.) 
Publication  Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2012. 
Description  xiv, 437p. 
Abstract Note  fter almost a century, the field of quantum gravity remains as difficult and inspiring as ever. Today, it finds itself a field divided, with two major contenders dominating: string theory, the leading exemplification of the covariant quantization program; and loop quantum gravity, the canonical scheme based on Dirac's constrained Hamiltonian quantization. However, there are now a number of other innovative schemes providing promising new avenues. Encapsulating the latest debates on this topic, this book details the different approaches to understanding the very nature of space and time. It brings together leading researchers in each of these approaches to quantum gravity to explore these competing possibilities in an open way. Its comprehensive coverage explores all the current approaches to solving the problem of quantum gravity, addressing the strengths and weaknesses of each approach, to give researchers and graduate students an uptodate view of the field. 
ISBN,Price  9780521114400 : UKP 45.00(HB) 
Classification  530.12:531.8

Keyword(s)  1. EBOOK
2. EBOOK  CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
3. GRAVITY
4. QUANTUM GRAVITY
5. SPACE AND TIME
6. SPACETIME

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