4 edition of Classical and Quantum Gravity: Proceedings of the First Iberian Meeting on Gravity found in the catalog.
|Statement||World Scientific Pub Co Inc|
|Publishers||World Scientific Pub Co Inc|
|LC Classifications||December 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 126 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
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San Francisco: Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2009. As in previous meetings, the rapid progress being made over the past year is well documented in this issue.
Gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope:• Title: Electrodynamics and spacetime geometry I: Foundations Authors:Journal-ref: Foundations of Physics 47 2017 208 [, ]• EU2 Spiros Cotsakis Topological methods, global existence problems, and spacetime singularities Spiros Cotsakis This is session is about global causal structure problems, topological methods for spacetime structure and evolution, global existence and stability problems, nature and classification of singularities, general theory of black holes, character of singularities in geometric extensions of GR and string theories.
Title: Quadratic Palatini gravity and stable black hole remnants Authors:, Journal-ref: Proceedings Comments: To appear in the Proceedings of the 2013 Karl Schwarzschild Meeting on Gravitational Physics KSM2013held in FIAS, Frankfurt Germany22-26 July 2013, Springer [, ]• The significance of any cumulative excess of found coincidences over the background is determined by maximum likelihood methods.
These smeared constraints defined with respect to a suitable space of smearing functions give an equivalent description to the original constraints. 1991 ADS bibliographic code: 1991phco.
4601-4615 ISSN: 0264-9381 DOI: 2006• BH1 Alexander Zakharov Theoretical and observational studies of astrophysical black holes Alexander Zakharov The session is devoted to theoretical and observational studies of astrophysical black holes. : In: Journal of High Energy Physics 2021 2021 ISSN: 1029-8479 DOI:• Astrophysical estimates for compact-binary coalescence rates depend on a number of assumptions and unknown model parameters and are still uncertain.
1996 ADS bibliographic code: 1996ASPC.
The likely binary neutron—star detection rate for the Advanced LIGO—Virgo network increases to 40 events per year, with a range between 0.
Here we present the status of this detector.24 March 2014 - Benasque, Spain, 11 September 2013 - 3rd Modern Trends in Field Theory, U. Shortly after, and realized that the formal equation of quantum gravity, called theadmitted solutions labelled by loops, when rewritten in the newand and defined a and background-independent quantum theory of gravity in terms of these loop solutions.
We are able to lock the length of this optical resonator to a frequency-stabilized laser beam and as a result get the spectral density of the differential mirror movement.
Preliminary results from the commissioning of the 2 km detector in Washington are shown.