
Complex Geometry of Nature and General Relativity
Author:
Giampiero Esposito
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An attempt is made of giving a selfcontained introduction to holomorphic ideas in general relativity, following work over the last thirty years by several authors. The main topics are complex manifol . . . . . 
Classical Electrodynamics and Theory of Relativity
Author:
Ruslan Sharipov
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This book is a manual for the course of electrodynamics and theory of relativity. It is recommended primarily for students of mathematical departments. This defines its style: I use elements of vector . . . . . 
Teoria della Relativita` Speciale: formulazione matematica
Author:
V.Moretti
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Contenuto: I principi ﬁsici della Relatività Speciale; I gruppi di Lorentz e di Poincaré; Lo spaziotempo della Relatività Speciale e la struttura causale; Cinematica in Relatività Speciale; . . . . . 
Differential Geometry and Relativity
Author:
Bob Gardner
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Contents: Introduction; Curves; Gauss Curvature; Surfaces in E3; First Fundamental Form; Second Fundamental Form; The Gauss Curvature in Detail; Geodesics; The Curvature Tensor and the Theorema Egregi . . . . . 
MultiLinear Algebra and Tensor Calculus in Mathematical Physics
Author:
V.Moretti
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MultiLinear Algebra and Tensor Calculus in Mathematical Physics with
Applications to Special Relativity. 
Tensor analysis on differentiable manifolds with applications to relativistic theories
Author:
V.Moretti
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Contents: Basics on differential geometry: topological and differentiable manifolds; Tensor Fields in Manifolds and Associated Geometric Structures; Differential mapping and Submanifolds; Riemannian a . . . . . 
Observers and Splitting Structures in Relativistic Electrodynamics
Author:
Bernhard Auchmann, Stefan Kurz
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We introduce a relativistic splitting structure as a means to map fields and equations of electromagnetism from curved fourdimensional spacetime to threedimensional observer's space. We focus . . . . . 
Special Relativity and Geometry
Author:
C. E. Harle, R. Bianconi
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This will be a book on the foundations of Special Relativity from a synthetic viewpoint. This means that we start from a few postulates on how to represent light rays and the principle of inertia and . . . . . 
An introduction to spinors
Author:
Andrew M. Steane
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We introduce spinors, at a level appropriate for an undergraduate or first year graduate course on relativity, astrophysics or particle physics. The treatment assumes very little mathematical knowledg . . . . . 