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1. Introduzione alla relatività di Einstein [2009]
3. Introducing Einstein's relativity [1992]
 D'Inverno, Ray.
 With corrections.  Oxford [England] : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1995, c1992.
 Description
 Book — xi, 383 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
 Summary

 1. Overview: The Organization of the Book PART A: SPECIAL RELATIVITY
 2. The KCalculus
 3. The Key Attributes of Special Relativity
 4. The Elements of Relativistic Mechanics PART B: THE FORMALISM OF TENSORS
 5. Tensor Algebra
 6. Tensor Calculus
 7. Integration, Variation, and Symmetry PART C: GENERAL RELATIVITY
 8. Special Relativity Revisited
 9. The Principles of General Relativity
 10. The Field Equations of General Relativity
 11. General Relativity from a Variation Principle
 12. The EnergyMomentum Tensor
 13. The Structure of the Field Equations
 14. The Schwarzschild Solution
 15. Experimental Tests of General Relativity PART D: BLACK HOLES
 16. NonRotating Black Holes
 17. Maximal Extension and Conformal Compactification
 18. Charged Black Holes
 19. Rotating Black Holes PART E: GRAVITATIONAL WAVES
 20. Plane Gravitational Waves
 21. Radiation from an Isolated Source PART F: COSMOLOGY
 22. Relativistic Cosmology
 23. Cosmological Models.
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4. Introducing Einstein's relativity [1992]
 D'Inverno, Ray.
 Oxford [England] : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1992.
 Description
 Book — xi, 383 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
 Summary

 1. Overview: The Organization of the Book PART A: SPECIAL RELATIVITY
 2. The KCalculus
 3. The Key Attributes of Special Relativity
 4. The Elements of Relativistic Mechanics PART B: THE FORMALISM OF TENSORS
 5. Tensor Algebra
 6. Tensor Calculus
 7. Integration, Variation, and Symmetry PART C: GENERAL RELATIVITY
 8. Special Relativity Revisited
 9. The Principles of General Relativity
 10. The Field Equations of General Relativity
 11. General Relativity from a Variation Principle
 12. The EnergyMomentum Tensor
 13. The Structure of the Field Equations
 14. The Schwarzschild Solution
 15. Experimental Tests of General Relativity PART D: BLACK HOLES
 16. NonRotating Black Holes
 17. Maximal Extension and Conformal Compactification
 18. Charged Black Holes
 19. Rotating Black Holes PART E: GRAVITATIONAL WAVES
 20. Plane Gravitational Waves
 21. Radiation from an Isolated Source PART F: COSMOLOGY
 22. Relativistic Cosmology
 23. Cosmological Models.
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 International Workshop on Numerical Relativity (1991 : Southampton, England)
 Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1992.
 Description
 Book — 378 p.
 Summary

 Introduction Ray d'Inverno Preface C. J. S. Clarke Part I. Theoretical Approaches:
 1. Numerical relativity on a transputer array Ray d'Inverno
 2. Some aspects of the characteristic initial value problem in numerical relativity Nigel Bishop
 3. The characteristic initial value problem in general relativity J. M. Stewart
 4. Algebraic approachs to the characteristic initial value problem in general relativity Jorg Frauendiener
 5. On hyperboidal hypersurfaces Helmut Friedrich
 6. The initial value problem on null cones J. A. Vickers
 7. Introduction to dualnull dynamics S. A. Hayward
 8. On colliding plane wave spacetimes J. B. Griffiths
 9. Boundary conditions for the momentum constraint Niall O Murchadha
 10. On the choice of matter model in general relativity A. D. Rendall
 11. A mathematical approach to numerical relativity J. W. Barrett
 12. Making sense of the effects of rotation in general relativity J. C. Miller
 13. Stability of charged boson stars and catastrophe theory Franz E. Schunck, Fjodor V. Kusmartsev and Eckehard W. Mielke Part II. Practical Approaches:
 14. Numerical asymptotics R. Gomez and J. Winicour
 15. Instabilities in rapidly rotating polytropes Scott C. Smith and Joan M. Centrella
 16. Gravitational radiation from coalescing binary neutron stars KenIchi Oohara and Takashi Nakamura
 17. 'Critical' behaviour in massless scalar field collapse M. W. Choptuik
 18. Goudunovtype methods applied to general relativistic gravitational collapse Jose Ma. Ibanez, Jose Ma. Marti, Juan A. Miralles and J. V. Romero
 19. Astrophysical sources of gravitational waves and neutrinos Silvano Bonazzola, Eric Gourgoulhon, Pawel Haensel and JeanAlain Marck
 20. Gravitational radiation from triaxial core collapse JeanAlain Marck and Silvano Bonazzola
 21. A vacuum fully relativistic 3D numerical code C. Bona and J. Masso
 22. Solution of elliptic equations in numerical relativity using multiquadrics M. R. Dubal, S. R. Oliveira and R. A. Matzner
 23. Selfgravitating thin disks around rotating black holes A. Lanza
 24. An ADI and causal reconnection Gabrielle D. Allen and Bernard F. Schutz
 25. Timesymmetric ADI and causal reconnection Miguel Alcubierre and Bernard F. Schutz
 26. The numerical study of topological defects E. P. S. Shellard
 27. Computations of bubble growth during the cosmological quarkhadron transition J. C. Miller and O. Pantano
 28. Initial data of axisymmetric gravitational waves with a cosmological constant KenIchi Nakao, KeiIchi Maeda, Takashi Nakamura and KenIchi Oohara.
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