The Evolution Problem in General Relativity

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An important question remains: Can the annular strip be bent, without stretching, so that it forms a strake around the cylinder? Second, we formalize the notion of convex and cone categories, provide a preliminary categorical definition of entropy, and exhibit several examples. For a surface in R3, tangent planes at different points can be identified using the flat nature of the ambient Euclidean space. After reduction each problem to a finite order setting, the remaining discussion is based on properties of jet spaces.

Pages: 400

Publisher: Birkhäuser; 2003 edition (December 13, 2002)

ISBN: 0817642544

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