
An Introduction to the Theory of Relativity
Author:
L. Bolton
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The theory of relativity may very well prove to be the most important single contribution yet made to the intellectual thought. If the theory is true it means nothing less than physical science has a . . . . . 
Relativistic Brownian Motion
Author:
Jörn Dunkel, Peter Hänggi
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Stimulated by experimental progress in high energy physics and astrophysics, the unification of relativistic and stochastic concepts has reattracted considerable interest during the past decade. Focu . . . . . 
Tensors and Relativity
Author:
Peter Dunsby
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Contents: The Special Theory of Relativity; Vectors in Special Relativity; Tensors in Special Relativity; Application of Tensors in Special Relativity; Conceptual Basis of General Relativity; Curved S . . . . . 
The Special and General Theory
Author:
Albert Einstein
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Contents: Part I: The Special Theory of Relativity
01. Physical Meaning of Geometrical Propositions
02. The System of Coordinates
03. Space and Time in Classical Mechanics
04. The Galileian Syste . . . . . 
Geometry and Astronomy: PreEinstein Speculations of NonEuclidean Space
Author:
Helge Kragh
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The recognition that physical space (or spacetime) is curved is a product of the general theory of relativity, such as dramatically shown by the 1919 solar eclipse measurements. However, the mathemat . . . . . 
Relativitā  Teoria di Dirac
Author:
Nicola Cabbibo
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Contenuto: Il gruppo di Lorentz, il gruppo di Poincare e la meccanica quantistica, rappresentazioni spinoriali, teorie di campo per particelle di spin 1/2. 
Einstein for Everyone
Author:
JOHN D. NORTON
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 For over a decade I have taught an introductory, undergraduate class, "Einstein for Everyone," at the University of Pittsburgh to anyone interested enough to walk through door. The course is aimed at . . . . . 

Lectures on Dynamics and Relativity
Author:
David Tong
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 Contents: 1. Newtonian Mechanics:
Introduction; Newton's Laws of Motion; Inertial Frames; Galilean Relativity; Newton's Second Law. 2. Forces: Potentials in One Dimension; Equilibrium and Harmonic . . . . . 
