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written by Perter Dunsby
This website contains lecture notes on Special and General Relativity, with a mathematical approach. The first part is exclusively dedicated to Special Relativity and its mathematical treatment using Tensors. The last four subjects go through General Relativity, explaining its principles, the effects of gravity and how to apply Tensors to the study of curvature of space.
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Mathematical Tools
- Linear Algebra and Tensors
- General Relativity
- Mathematics
= Tensors
- Special Relativity
- Upper Undergraduate
- Graduate/Professional
- Instructional Material
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© 1996 Peter Dunsby
general relativity, mathematical basis, relativity, special relativity, tensors
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