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The Resource At the Frontier of Spacetime : ScalarTensor Theory, Bells Inequality, Machs Principle, Exotic Smoothness, edited by Torsten AsselmeyerMaluga, (electronic resource)
At the Frontier of Spacetime : ScalarTensor Theory, Bells Inequality, Machs Principle, Exotic Smoothness, edited by Torsten AsselmeyerMaluga, (electronic resource)
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 In this book, leading theorists present new contributions and reviews addressing longstanding challenges and ongoing progress in spacetime physics. In the anniversary year of Einstein's General Theory of Relativity, developed 100 years ago, this collection reflects the subsequent and continuing fruitful development of spacetime theories. The volume is published in honour of Carl Brans on the occasion of his 80th birthday. Carl H. Brans, who also contributes personally, is a creative and independent researcher and one of the founders of the scalartensor theory, also known as JordanBransDicke theory. In the present book, much space is devoted to scalartensor theories. Since the beginning of the 1990s, Brans has worked on new models of spacetime, collectively known as exotic smoothness, a field largely established by him. In this Festschrift, one finds an outstanding and unique collection of articles about exotic smoothness. Also featured are Bell's inequality and Mach's principle. Personal memories and historical aspects round off the collection
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 XXVI, 308 p. 34 illus., 15 illus. in color.
 Contents

 65 Years in and Around Relativity (C. H. Brans)
 Part I ScalarTensor Theories (BransDicke Theory): Nonminimal Couplings in the Early Universe: Multifield Models of Inflation and the Latest Observations (D. I. Kaiser)
 A New Estimate of the Mass of the Gravitational Scalar Field for Dark Energy (Y. Fujii)
 Axion and dilaton + metric emerge jointly from an electromagnetic model universe with local and linear response behavior (F. W. Hehl)
 Gravitational theories with stable (anti)de Sitter backgrounds (T. Biswas, A. Koshelev and A. Mazumdar)
 Rotating Boson Stars (E. W. Mielke)
 The LambdaCDM Model is not a Universal Attractor of the BransDicke Cosmology (I. Quiros)
 New Setting for Spontaneous Gauge Symmetry Breaking? (R. Jackiw and S.Y. Pi)
 The BransDicke theory and its experimental tests (M. P. McHugh)
 Part II Mach's Principle and Bell's inequality: Mach's Principle and the Origin of Inertia (B. Mashhoon)
 The Significance of Measurement Independence for Bell Inequalities and Locality (M. J. W. Hall)
 Part III Exotic Smoothness and SpaceTime Models: Exotic Smoothness, Physics and Related Topics (J. Sladkowski)
 Model and SetTheoretic Aspects of Exotic Smoothness Structures on R^4 (J. Król)
 Exotic Smoothness on Spheres (D. Randall)
 Smooth Quantum Gravity: Exotic Smoothness and Quantum Gravity (T. AsselmeyerMaluga)
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 9783319312996
 Label
 At the Frontier of Spacetime : ScalarTensor Theory, Bells Inequality, Machs Principle, Exotic Smoothness
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 At the Frontier of Spacetime
 Title remainder
 ScalarTensor Theory, Bells Inequality, Machs Principle, Exotic Smoothness
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 edited by Torsten AsselmeyerMaluga
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 In this book, leading theorists present new contributions and reviews addressing longstanding challenges and ongoing progress in spacetime physics. In the anniversary year of Einstein's General Theory of Relativity, developed 100 years ago, this collection reflects the subsequent and continuing fruitful development of spacetime theories. The volume is published in honour of Carl Brans on the occasion of his 80th birthday. Carl H. Brans, who also contributes personally, is a creative and independent researcher and one of the founders of the scalartensor theory, also known as JordanBransDicke theory. In the present book, much space is devoted to scalartensor theories. Since the beginning of the 1990s, Brans has worked on new models of spacetime, collectively known as exotic smoothness, a field largely established by him. In this Festschrift, one finds an outstanding and unique collection of articles about exotic smoothness. Also featured are Bell's inequality and Mach's principle. Personal memories and historical aspects round off the collection
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 QC173.5173.65
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 AsselmeyerMaluga, Torsten.
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 Fundamental Theories of Physics,
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 183
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 Physics
 Gravitation
 Cosmology
 Physics
 Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory
 Cosmology
 History and Philosophical Foundations of Physics
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 65 Years in and Around Relativity (C. H. Brans)  Part I ScalarTensor Theories (BransDicke Theory): Nonminimal Couplings in the Early Universe: Multifield Models of Inflation and the Latest Observations (D. I. Kaiser)  A New Estimate of the Mass of the Gravitational Scalar Field for Dark Energy (Y. Fujii)  Axion and dilaton + metric emerge jointly from an electromagnetic model universe with local and linear response behavior (F. W. Hehl)  Gravitational theories with stable (anti)de Sitter backgrounds (T. Biswas, A. Koshelev and A. Mazumdar)  Rotating Boson Stars (E. W. Mielke)  The LambdaCDM Model is not a Universal Attractor of the BransDicke Cosmology (I. Quiros)  New Setting for Spontaneous Gauge Symmetry Breaking? (R. Jackiw and S.Y. Pi)  The BransDicke theory and its experimental tests (M. P. McHugh)  Part II Mach's Principle and Bell's inequality: Mach's Principle and the Origin of Inertia (B. Mashhoon)  The Significance of Measurement Independence for Bell Inequalities and Locality (M. J. W. Hall)  Part III Exotic Smoothness and SpaceTime Models: Exotic Smoothness, Physics and Related Topics (J. Sladkowski)  Model and SetTheoretic Aspects of Exotic Smoothness Structures on R^4 (J. Król)  Exotic Smoothness on Spheres (D. Randall)  Smooth Quantum Gravity: Exotic Smoothness and Quantum Gravity (T. AsselmeyerMaluga)
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 XXVI, 308 p. 34 illus., 15 illus. in color.
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 At the Frontier of Spacetime : ScalarTensor Theory, Bells Inequality, Machs Principle, Exotic Smoothness, edited by Torsten AsselmeyerMaluga, (electronic resource)
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 65 Years in and Around Relativity (C. H. Brans)  Part I ScalarTensor Theories (BransDicke Theory): Nonminimal Couplings in the Early Universe: Multifield Models of Inflation and the Latest Observations (D. I. Kaiser)  A New Estimate of the Mass of the Gravitational Scalar Field for Dark Energy (Y. Fujii)  Axion and dilaton + metric emerge jointly from an electromagnetic model universe with local and linear response behavior (F. W. Hehl)  Gravitational theories with stable (anti)de Sitter backgrounds (T. Biswas, A. Koshelev and A. Mazumdar)  Rotating Boson Stars (E. W. Mielke)  The LambdaCDM Model is not a Universal Attractor of the BransDicke Cosmology (I. Quiros)  New Setting for Spontaneous Gauge Symmetry Breaking? (R. Jackiw and S.Y. Pi)  The BransDicke theory and its experimental tests (M. P. McHugh)  Part II Mach's Principle and Bell's inequality: Mach's Principle and the Origin of Inertia (B. Mashhoon)  The Significance of Measurement Independence for Bell Inequalities and Locality (M. J. W. Hall)  Part III Exotic Smoothness and SpaceTime Models: Exotic Smoothness, Physics and Related Topics (J. Sladkowski)  Model and SetTheoretic Aspects of Exotic Smoothness Structures on R^4 (J. Król)  Exotic Smoothness on Spheres (D. Randall)  Smooth Quantum Gravity: Exotic Smoothness and Quantum Gravity (T. AsselmeyerMaluga)
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 unknown
 Extent
 XXVI, 308 p. 34 illus., 15 illus. in color.
 File format
 multiple file formats
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 Isbn
 9783319312996
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