Publikationen des Albert-Einstein-Instituts in Potsdam-Golm

Zeitschriftenartikel (59)

  1. 41.
    Kuzenko, S. M.; Theisen, S.: Supersymmetric duality rotations. Journal of High Energy Physics 2000 (3), 034 (2000)
  2. 42.
    Kuzenko, S. M.; Theisen, S.: Correlation functions of conserved currents in calN = 2 superconformal theory. Classical and Quantum Gravity 17 (3), S. 665 - 696 (2000)
  3. 43.
    Lechner, C.; Aichelburg, P. C.; Husa, S.: SU(2) Cosmological Solitons. Physical Review D 62, 044047 (2000)
  4. 44.
    Lewandowski, J.: Spacetimes admitting isolated horizons. Classical and Quantum Gravity 17 (4), S. L53 - L59 (2000)
  5. 45.
    Lewandowski, J.; Okolow, A.: 2-form gravity of the Lorentzian signature. Classical and Quantum Gravity 17 (3), S. L47 - L51 (2000)
  6. 46.
    Loll, R.; Ambjörn, J.; Anagnostopoulos, K. N.: Making the gravitational path integral more Lorentzian, or life beyond Liouville gravity. Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements 88 (1-3), S. 241 - 244 (2000)
  7. 47.
    Louko, J.; Matschull, H.-J.: (2+1)-dimensional Einstein-Kepler problem in the centre-of-mass frame. Classical and Quantum Gravity 17 (8), S. 1847 - 1873 (2000)
  8. 48.
    Louko, J.; Rovelli, C.: Refined algebraic quantization in the oscillator representation of SL(2,R). Journal of Mathematical Physics 41 (1), S. 132 - 155 (2000)
  9. 49.
    Lousto, C. O.: Pragmatic approach to gravitational radiation reaction in binary Black holes. Physical Review Letters 84 (23), S. 5251 - 5254 (2000)
  10. 50.
    Pössel, M.: Der Darwin der Physik ist noch unbekannt. Die Welt (2000)
  11. 51.
    Rendall, A. D.; Uggla, C.: Dynamics of spatially homogeneous locally rotationally symmetric solutions of the Einstein-Vlasov equations. Classical and Quantum Gravity 17, S. 4697 - 4714 (2000)
  12. 52.
    Rendall, A. D.: Fuchsian analysis of singularities in Gowdy spacetimes beyond analyticity. Classical and Quantum Gravity 17, S. 3305 - 3316 (2000)
  13. 53.
    Rendall, A. D.: Local and global existence theorems for the Einstein equations. Living Reviews in Relativity 3, lrr-2000-1 (2000)
  14. 54.
    Schwimmer, A.; Theisen, S.: Diffeomorphisms, Anomalies and the Fefferman-Graham Ambiguity. Journal of High Energy Physics 2000 (8), 032 (2000)
  15. 55.
    Shiromizu, T.; Shibata, M.: Black holes in the brane world: Time symmetric initial data. Physical Review D 62 (12), 127502 (2000)
  16. 56.
    Staudacher, M.: Bulk Witten Indices and the Number of Normalizable Ground States in Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanics of Orthogonal, Symplectic and Exceptional Groups. Physics Letters B 488, S. 194 - 198 (2000)
  17. 57.
    Stergioulas, N.; Font, J. A.; Kokkotas, K. D.: Non-linear hydrodynamical evolution of rotating relativistic stars: numerical methods and code tests. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 313 (4), S. 678 - 688 (2000)
  18. 58.
    Szilagyi, B.; Gomez, R.; Bishop, N. T.; Winicour, J.: Cauchy boundaries in linearized gravitational theory. Physical Review D 62 (10), 104006 (2000)
  19. 59.
    van Elst, H.; Ellis, G. F. R.; Schmidt, B. G.: On the propagation of jump discontinuities in relativistic cosmology. Physical Review D 62 (10), 104023 (2000)

Buch (1)

  1. 60.
    Schmidt, B. G. (Hg.): Einstein’s Field Equations and Their Physical Implications: Selected Essays in Honour of Jürgen Ehlers. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg (2000), 433 S.
 
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