Publikationen des AEI Potsdam und AEI Hannover

Zeitschriftenartikel (92)

  1. 51.
    Hughes, S. A.; Thorne, K. S.: Seismic Gravity-Gradient Noise in Interferometric Gravitational-Wave Detectors. Physical Review D 58 (1998)
  2. 52.
    Huisken, G.: Evolution of Hypersurfaces by Their Curvature in Riemannian Manifolds. Documenta Mathematica Extra Volume ICM II, S. 349 - 360 (1998)
  3. 53.
    Huisken, G.: A distance comparison principle for evolving curves. Asian Journal of Mathematics 2 (1), S. 127 - 133 (1998)
  4. 54.
    Hübner, P.: More about vacuum spacetimes with torodial null infinities. Classical and Quantum Gravity 15, S. L 21 - L 25 (1998)
  5. 55.
    Isenberg, J.; Rendall, A. D.: Cosmological spacetimes not covered by a constant mean curvature slicing. Classical and Quantum Gravity 15, S. 3679 - 3688 (1998)
  6. 56.
    Jaranowski, P.; Schäfer, G.: Nonuniqueness of the third post-Newtonian binary point-mass dynamics. Physical Review D 57, S. R 5948 - R 5949 (1998)
  7. 57.
    Kichenassamy, S.; Rendall, A. D.: Analytic description of singularities in Gowdy spacetimes. Classical and Quantum Gravity 15, S. 1339 - 1355 (1998)
  8. 58.
    Kitaev, A. V.; Korotkin, D. A.: On solutions of the Schlesinger equations in terms of theta-functions. International Mathematics Research Notices 17, S. 877 - 905 (1998)
  9. 59.
    Kojima, Y.: Quasi-toroidal oscillations in rotating relativistic stars. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 293 (1), S. 49 - 52 (1998)
  10. 60.
    Korotkin, D. A.; Samtleben, H.: Yangian symmetry in integrable quantum gravity. Nuclear Physics B 527, S. 657 - 689 (1998)
  11. 61.
    Korotkin, D. A.; Samtleben, H.: Canonical quantization of cylindrically symmetric gravitational waves with two polarizations. Physical Review Letters 80, S. 14 - 17 (1998)
  12. 62.
    Krauth, W.; Staudacher, M.: Finite Yang-Mills integrals. Physics Letters B 435 (3-4), S. 350 - 355 (1998)
  13. 63.
    Krauth, W.; Nicolai, H.; Staudacher, M.: Monte Carlo approach to M-theory. Physics Letters B 431 (1-2), S. 31 - 41 (1998)
  14. 64.
    Lerche, W.; Schweigert, C.; Minasian, R.; Theisen, S.: A note on the geometry of CHL heterotic strings. Physics Letters B 424 (1-2), 59, S. 53 (1998)
  15. 65.
    Lewandowski, J.; Marolf, D.: Loop constraints: A habitat and their algebra. International Journal of Modern Physics D 7 (2), S. 299 - 330 (1998)
  16. 66.
    Loll, R.: Discrete approaches to quantum gravity in four dimensions. Living Review in Relativity 1, S. 13 - 13 (1998)
  17. 67.
    Loll, R.: On the diffeomorphism commutators of lattice quantum gravity. Classical and Quantum Gravity 15 (4), S. 799 - 809 (1998)
  18. 68.
    Matalliotakis, D.; Nilles, H.-P.; Theisen, S.: Matching the BPS spectra of heterotic–type I–type I′ strings. Physics Letters B 421 (1-4), S. 169 - 175 (1998)
  19. 69.
    Melosch, S.; Nicolai, H.: New canonical variables for d="11" supergravity. Physics Letters B 416 (1-2), S. 91 - 100 (1998)
  20. 70.
    Nicholson, D.; Vecchio, A.: Bayesian bounds on parameter extraction accuracy for compact coalescing binary gravitational wave signals. Physical Review D 57 (1998)
  21. 71.
    Nicolai, H.; Samtleben, H.: Integrability and canonical structure of D=2, N="16" supergravity. Nuclear Physics B 533 (1-3), S. 210 - 242 (1998)
  22. 72.
    Niedermaier, M. R.: Form factors, thermal states and modular structures. Nuclear Physics B 519 (3), S. 517 - 550 (1998)
  23. 73.
    Nozawa, T.; Stergioulas, N.; Gourgoulhon, E.; Eriguchi, Y.: Construction of highly accurate models of rotating neutron stars - comparison of three different numerical schemes. Astronomy and Astrophysics Supplement Series 132 (1998)
  24. 74.
    Owen, B. J.; Lindblom, L.; Cutler, C.; Schutz, B. F.; Vecchio, A.; Andersson, N.: Gravitational waves from hot young rapidly rotating neutron stars. Physical Review D 58 (8), 084020 (1998)
  25. 75.
    Papadopoulos, P.; Font, J. A.: Relativistic hydrodynamics around black holes and horizon adapted coordinate systems. Physical Review D 58, S. 024005/1 - 10 (1998)
  26. 76.
    Papadopoulos, P.; Seidel, E.; Wild, L.: Adaptive computation of gravitational waves from black hole interactions. Physical Review D 58, 084002 (1998)
  27. 77.
    Pawelczyk, J.; Theisen, S.: AdS5 x S5 Black Hole Metric at O(alpha'3). Journal of high energy physics: JHEP 1998 (9), 010 (1998)
  28. 78.
    Pons, J. A.; Font, J. A.; Ibanez, J. M.; Marti, J. M.; Miralles, J. A.: General relativistic hydrodynamics with special relativistic Riemann solvers. Astronomy and Astrophysics 339, S. 629 - 637 (1998)
  29. 79.
    Rein, G.; Rendall, A. D.; Schaeffer, J.: Critical collapse of collisionless matter - a numerical investigation. Physical Review D 58, S. 044007/1 - 8 (1998)
  30. 80.
    Rendall, A. D.: Compact null hypersurfaces and collapsing Riemannian manifolds. Mathematische Nachrichten 193, S. 111 - 118 (1998)
  31. 81.
    Rey, S.-J.; Theisen, S.; Yee, J.-T.: Wilson-Polyakov loop at finite temperature in large-N gauge theory and anti-de Sitter supergravity. Nuclear Physics B 527 (1-2), S. 171 - 186 (1998)
  32. 82.
    Schmidt, B. G.: Nonradial linear oscillations of shells in general relativity. Physical Review D 59 (2), 024005 (1998)
  33. 83.
    Sintes, A. M.; Schutz, B. F.: Coherent Line Removal: Filtering out harmonically related line interference from experimental data, with application to gravitational wave detectors. Physical Review D 58 (12), 122003 (1998)
  34. 84.
    Sintes, A. M.: Kinematic self-similar locally rotationally symmetric models. Classical and Quantum Gravity 15, S. 3689 - 3700 (1998)
  35. 85.
    Sintes, A. M.; Coley, A. A.; Carot, J.: Lie groups of conformal motions acting on null orbits. General Relativity and Gravitation 30, S. 151 - 157 (1998)
  36. 86.
    Thiemann, T.: Quantum spin dynamics (QSD) VI: Quantum Poincaré Algebra and a Quantum Positivity of Energy Theorem for Canonical Quantum Gravity. Classical and Quantum Gravity 15 (6), S. 1463 - 1485 (1998)
  37. 87.
    Thiemann, T.: Quantum spin dynamics (QSD) II: The kernel of the Wheeler-DeWitt constraint operator. Classical and Quantum Gravity 15, S. 875 - 905 (1998)
  38. 88.
    Thiemann, T.: Quantum spin dynamics (QSD) III: Quantum Constraint Algebra and Physical Scalar Product in Quantum General Relativity. Classical and Quantum Gravity 15, S. 1207 - 1247 (1998)
  39. 89.
    Thiemann, T.: Quantum spin dynamics (QSD) IV: 2+1 Euclidean Quantum Gravity as a model to test 3+1 Lorentzian Quantum Gravity. Classical and Quantum Gravity 15, S. 1249 - 80 (1998)
  40. 90.
    Thiemann, T.: Quantum spin dynamics (QSD) V: Quantum Gravity as the natural regulator of the Hamiltonian constraint of matter quantum field theories. Classical and Quantum Gravity 15, S. 1281 - 1314 (1998)
  41. 91.
    Thiemann, T.: Quantum spin dynamics (QSD). Classical and Quantum Gravity 15, S. 839 - 73 (1998)
  42. 92.
    Wheary, J.; Wild, L.; Schutz, B. F.; Weyher, C.: Thinking and Developing Electronically. Journal of Electronic Publishing (1998)

Buchkapitel (24)

  1. 93.
    Alcubierre, M.: Gauge pathologies in hyperbolic relativity. In: Analytical and numerical Approaches to Relativity: Sources of Gravitational Radiation. Proceedings of the Spanish Relativity Meeting 1997, S. 71 - 74. Universitat de les Illes Balears, Palma (1998)
  2. 94.
    Brügmann, B.: Bifunctional adaptive mesh (BAM) for 3d numerical relativity. In: Proceedings of the Eighteenth Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics and Cosmology, Chicago 1996, S. 613 - 615. World Scientific, Singapore (1998)
  3. 95.
    Cavaglia, M.: Two-dimensional dilaton gravity. In: AIP Conference Proceedings 453, Proceedings of the International Conference on Particles, Fields and Gravitation, Lodz, Poland 1998, S. 442 - 448. American Institute of Physics, Woodbury/NY (1998)
  4. 96.
    Chassande-Mottin, E.; Flandrin, P.: On the time-frequency detection of chirps and its application to gravitational waves. In: Proceedings of the Second Gravitational Wave Data Analysis Workshop, Orsay, France 1997, S. 47 - 64. Editions Frontieres, Paris (1998)
  5. 97.
    Cutler, C.: Summary of session on "Gravitational Wave Astronomy: Sources". In: Gravitation and Relativity: At the Turn of the Millennium. Proceedings of the GR-15 Conference, S. 455 - 459. Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Pune/India (1998)
  6. 98.
    Cutler, C.: Summary of GWDAW 2. In: Proceedings of the Second Gravitational Wave Data Analysis Workshop, Orsay, France 1997, S. 281 - 284. Editions Frontières, Paris (1998)
  7. 99.
    Cutler, C.; Vecchio, A.: LISA's angular resolution for monochromatic sources. In: Laser Interferometer Space Antenna, Proceedings of the Second International LISA Symposium on gravitational waves, Pasadena, 1998, S. 95 - 100. American Institute of Physics, Woodbury (1998)
  8. 100.
    Danzmann, K.: Laser Interferometric Gravitational WaveDetectors - on the Ground and in Deep Space. In: Relativistic astrophysics, S. 48 - 65 (Hg. Riffert, H.; Ruder, H.; Nollert, H.-P.; Hehl, F. W.). Friedr. Vieweg & Sohn Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Braunschweig / Wiesbaden (1998)
 
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