general relativity theory

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n general relativity theory a generalization of special relativity to include gravity (based on the principle of equivalence)
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Usage

In literature:

The true method of procedure then is to get hold of a general theory of war, and so ascertain the exact relations of Naval Strategy to the whole.
"Some Principles of Maritime Strategy" by Julian Stafford Corbett
RELATIVITY, THE SPECIAL AND THE GENERAL THEORY OF.
"More Science From an Easy Chair" by Sir E. Ray (Edwin Ray) Lankester
Throughout the United States there is being manifested a general tendency to accept the theory that our human stock is relatively sound.
"Farm Boys and Girls" by William Arch McKeever
The "pseudo-domestic" theory on this point is suggested by its general position on the economic relations of the family as already stated.
"Ethics" by John Dewey and James Hayden Tufts
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In news:

Nobel Prize winning physicist Albert Einstein – best known for his theory of general relativity – would be 133 years old on March 14th.
Sure, he discovered the theory of general relativity, but compared to 12-year-old Jacob Barnett, Albert Einstein is starting to look like a slacker.
Astronomers applying Einstein's general theory of relativity to three-dimensional space believe that the universe is curved and has no center.
Finding a merged black hole would allow theorists to explore a new regime of Einstein's general theory of relativity.
A new study has confirmed his theory of general relativity works on extremely large scales.
String theory, in the scientific sense, attempts to bind the properties of quantum mechanics with general relativity.
One of the weirdest implications of Einstein's general relativity theory is that as a black hole spins, it pulls space-time along.
This book takes a "novel" approach to teaching Einstein's Special and General Theories of Relativity.
As scientific theories go, Albert Einstein's general relativity has had an amazing run.
Using a continent-wide array of radio telescope s to calculate the bending of starlight by gravity could help merge general relativity and quantum theory.
String theory , in the scientific sense, attempts to bind the properties of quantum mechanics with general relativity.
For decades, physicists have been trying to combine quantum physics and general relativity into a single, unified theory.
A detail from Albert Einstein's General Theory of Relativity which is on display in its entirety for the first time, at the Israeli Academy of Sciences and Humanities on March 9, 2010 in Jerusalem, Israel.
Imaging could shed light on conflict between theories of general relativity and quantum mechanics.
Bending of starlight by gravity was predicted by Albert Einstein when he published his general theory of relativity in 1916.
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In science:

On the other hand, though the Einstein theory of general relativity and gravitation has succeeded in many respects, there is an essential difficulty in this theory: we could not get a successful renormalized quantum gravity theory .
Angular momentum conservation law in Einstein-Cartan space-time
Now we want to ask that, except for traditional canonical quantum gravity and superstring theory, whether exists another approach to set up a fundamental theory, in which general relativity and quantum mechanics are compatible.
Gauge Theory of Gravity
In his monograph, Bogorodskii considers the problem of finding the gravitational field produced by a system of masses uniformly distriduted on a plane, according to Einstein’s General Relativity Theory (GRT).
Can the notion of a homogeneous gravitational field be transferred from classical mechanics to the Relativistic Theory of Gravity ?
The theory should be formulated in a background-independent way, as the theory of general relativity.
Cubic Matrix, Nambu Mechanics and Beyond
This simply says that we are working in the framework of classical general relativity theory.
The Classical Singularity Theorems and their Quantum Loopholes
In this chapter, we will develop a general theory on general coordinate transformations, and study what cause the violation of general covariance in general relativity.
Problems on Foundations of General Relativity
Different gravity theory has different kind of symmetry, such as general relativity has the symmetry of general covariance, canonical quantum gravity has local Lorentz symmetry and quantum gauge theory of gravity has gravitational gauge symmetry.
Problems on Foundations of General Relativity
Rotation, local and non-local: Though one can define in these theories the rotation of one point-particle relative to another, this notion is not usually treated in the textbooks: (and general relativity holds some surprise about it—cf. (b) of Section 5.3.3).
On the Persistence of Homogeneous Matter
The main products of the theory are a quantisation of the gravitational field with explicitly a refined collections of mass accumulation spectra and a generalisation of Newtonian gravitation theory based on general relativity.
A Sketch for a Quantum Theory of Gravitity
What we would need for a perturbation theory is an action principle in which General Relativity would be represented as an exactly soluble theory plus a regular interaction term.
Quantum gravity in terms of topological observables
We also investigate the general scalar-tensor gravitational theory and find that the star parameters are a few percent larger than in the case of General Relativity.
Q-stars in scalar-tensor gravitational theories
General Relativity is a geometrized theory of gravity and it assumes that both gravity and electromagnetic field propagate locally in vacuum with the same speed which is equal to the fundamental speed of special theory of relativity [1–3].
General Relativistic Theory of Light Propagation in the Field of Radiative Gravitational Multipoles
On the other hand, one can change the tetrad vectors at each point in space-time by a Lorentz transformation without changing the coordinate chart [142]. [104] Ehlers, J., 1973, Survey of General Relativity Theory, in: Relativity, Astrophysics and Cosmology, ed. W.
General Relativistic Theory of Light Propagation in the Field of Radiative Gravitational Multipoles
In the perspective of unifying quantum field theories with general relativity, the equations of the internal dynamics of the vacuum and mass structures of a set of interacting particles are proved to be in one-to-one correspondence with the equations of general relativity.
A new track for unifying general relativity with quantum field theories
On the other hand, the unification of quantum field theory with general relativity, leading to a coherent quantum gravity theory, requires a new interpretation of the equations of general relativity at the Planck scale.
A new track for unifying general relativity with quantum field theories
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