Publikationen des AEI Potsdam und AEI Hannover

Zeitschriftenartikel (43)

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    Allen, B.; Ottewill, A. C.: Detection of anisotropies in the gravitational-wave stochastic background. Physical Review D 56 (2), S. 545 - 563 (1996)
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    Brügmann, B.: Adaptive mesh and geodesically sliced Schwarzschild spacetime in 3+1 dimensions. Physical Review D 54 (12), S. 7361 - 7372 (1996)
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    Julia, B.; Nicolai, H.: Conformal internal symmetry of 2d σ-models coupled to gravity and a dilaton. Nuclear Physics B 482 (1-2), S. 431 - 465 (1996)
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    Schäfer, G.; Schutz, B. F.: Gravitational Physics. Physics World 9 (12), S. 25 - 30 (1996)
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    Förger, K.; Ovrut, B. A.; Theisen, S.; Waldram, D.: Higher-derivative gravity in string theory. Physics Letters B 388 (3), S. 512 - 520 (1996)
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    Hübner, P.: Numerical approach to the global structure of spacetimes. Helvetica Physica Acta 69 (3), S. 316 - 320 (1996)
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    Kannar, J.: Hyperboloidal initial data for the vacuum Einstein equations with cosmological constant. Classical and Quantum Gravity 13 (11), S. 3075 - 3084 (1996)
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    Louis, J.; Sonnenschein, J.; Theisen, S.; Yankielowicz, S.: Non-perturbative properties of heterotic string vacua compactified on K3 × T2. Nuclear Physics B 480 (1-2), S. 185 - 212 (1996)
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    Peterseim, M.; Jennrich, O.; Danzmann, K.: Accuracy of parameter estimation of gravitational waves with LISA. Classical and Quantum Gravity 13 (11a), S. A279 - A284 (1996)
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    Schutz, B. F.: Gravitational-wave sources. Classical and Quantum Gravity (1996)
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    Wellegehausen, B.; Mossavi, K.; Egbert, A.; Chichkov, B. N.; Welling, H.: Short-pulse high-intensity excimer lasers — A powerful tool for the generation of coherent VUV and XUV radiation. Applied Physics B: Lasers and Optics 63 (5), S. 451 - 461 (1996)
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    Allen, B.; Caldwell, R. R.; Shellard, E. P. S.; Stebbins, A.; Veeraraghavan, S.: Large Angular Scale Anisotropy in Cosmic Microwave Background Induced by Cosmic Strings. Physical Review Letters 77 (15), S. 3061 - 3065 (1996)
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    Schmidt, B. G.: Vacuum spacetimes with toroidal null infinities. Classical and Quantum Gravity 13 (10), S. 2811 - 2816 (1996)
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    Allen, B.; Brustein, R.: Detecting relic gravitational radiation from string cosmology with LIGO. Physical Review D 55 (6), S. 3260 - 3264 (1996)
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    Korotkin, D. A.; Nicolai, H.: Isomonodromic quantization of dimensionally reduced gravity. Nuclear Physics B 475 (1-2), S. 397 - 439 (1996)
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    Nicholson, D.; Dickson, C. A.; Watkins, W. J.; Schutz, B. F.; Shuttleworth, J. R.; Jones, G. S.; Robertson, D. I.; Mackenzie, N. L.; Strain, K. A.; Meers, B. J. et al.; Newton, G. P.; Ward, H.; Cantley, C. A.; Robertson, N. A.; Hough, J.; Danzmann, K.; Niebauer, T. M.; Rüdiger, A.; Schilling, R.; Schnupp, L.; Winkler, W.: Results of the first coincident observations by two laser-interferometric gravitational wave detectors. Physics Letters A (1996)
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    Ehlers, J.; Prasanna, A. R.: A WKB formalism for multicomponent fields and its application to gravitational and sound waves in perfect fluids. Classical and Quantum Gravity 13 (8), S. 2231 - 2240 (1996)
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    Heinzel, G.; Mizuno, J.; Schilling, R.; Winkler, W.; Rüdiger, A.; Danzmann, K.: An experimental demonstration of resonant sideband extraction for laser-interferometric gravitational wave detectors. Physics Letters A 217 (6), S. 305 - 314 (1996)
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    Allen, B.; Kay, B. S.; Ottewill, A. C.: Long-range effects of cosmic string structure. Physical Review D 53 (12), S. 6829 - 6841 (1996)
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    Friedrich, H.: Hyperbolic reductions for Einstein's equations. Classical and Quantum Gravity 13 (6), S. 1451 - 1469 (1996)
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    Müller, G.; Wicht, A.; Rinkleff, R.-H.; Danzmann, K.: A new kind of heterodyne measurement of coherent population trapping in an atomic beam. Optics Communications 127 (1-3), S. 37 - 43 (1996)
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    Berger, B. K.: Comment on the 'chaotic' singularity in some magnetic Bianchi VI0 cosmologies. Classical and Quantum Gravity 13 (5), S. 1273 - 1276 (1996)
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    Gebert, R. W.; Koepsell, K.; Nicolai, H.: The Sugawara generators at arbitrary level. (1996)
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    Kannar, J.: On the existence of C infinity solutions to the asymptotic characteristic initial value problem in general relativity. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series A-Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences 452, S. 945 - 952 (1996)
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    Klemm, A.; Lerche, W.; Theisen, S.: Nonperturbative effective actions of (N=2)-Supersymmetric gauge theories. International Journal of Modern Physics A 11 (11), S. 1929 - 1973 (1996)
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    Frauendiener, J.; Ghosh, J.; Newman, E. T.: Twistors and the asymptotic behaviour of massless spin- fields. Classical and Quantum Gravity 13 (3), S. 461 - 480 (1996)
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    Hellings, R.; Giampieri, G.; Maleki, L.; Tinto, M.; Danzmann, K.; Hough, J.; Robertson, D.: Heterodyne laser tracking at high Doppler rates. Optics Communications 124 (3-4), S. 313 - 320 (1996)
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    Rein, G.; Rendall, A. D.: Global existence of solutions of the spherically symmetric Vlasov-Einstein system with small initial data (vol 150, pg 561, 1992). Communications in Mathematical Physics 176 (2), S. 475 - 478 (1996)
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    Wellegehausen, B.; Welling, H.; Momma, C.; Feuerhake, M.; Mossavi, K.; Eichmann, H.: Generation of short-pulse VUV and XUV radiation. Optical and Quantum Electronics 28 (3), S. 267 - 281 (1996)
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    Anders, A.; Anders, S.; Jüttner, B.; Lück, H.: High-resolution imaging of vacuum arc cathode spots. IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science 24 (1), S. 69 - 70 (1996)
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    Gebert, R. W.; Nicolai, H.; West, P. C.: Multistring vertices and hyperbolic KAC-Moody algebras. International Journal of Modern Physics A 11 (3), S. 429 - 514 (1996)
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    Loll, R.: Spectrum of the volume operator in quantum gravity. Nuclear Physics B 460 (1), S. 143 - 154 (1996)
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    Andersson, N.; Kokkotas, K. D.; Schutz, B. F.: Space-time modes of relativistic stars. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (1996)
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    Anninos, P.; Masso, J.; Seidel, E.; Suen, W.-M.: Numerical relativity and black holes. Physics World 9 (7), S. 1230 - 1234 (1996)
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    Brügmann, B.: On the constraint algebra of quantum gravity in the loop representation. Nuclear Physics B 474 (1), S. 249 - 268 (1996)
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    Buonanno, A.; Foffa, S.; Maggiore, M.; Ungarelli, C.: Symmetry breaking aspects of the effective Lagrangian for quantum black holes. Physics Letters B 382, IFUP-TH 8/96, S. 227 - 232 (1996)
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    Burnett, G. A.; Rendall, A. D.: Existence of maximal hypersurfaces in some spherically symmetric spacetimes. Classical and Quantum Gravity 13 (1), S. 111 - 123 (1996)
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    Hough, J.; Bender, P.; Brillet, A.; Ciufolini, I.; Danzmann, K.; Hellings, R.; Lobo, A.; Sandford, M.; Schutz, B. F.; Touboul, P.: LISA: laser interferometer space antenna for gravitational wave measurements. Classical and Quantum Gravity 13 (11), S. A247 - A250 (1996)
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    Huisken, G.; Yau, S.-T.: Definition of center of mass for isolated physical systems and unique foliations by stable spheres with constant mean curvature. Inventiones Mathematicae 124 (1-3), S. 281 - 311 (1996)
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    Rendall, A. D.: The initial singularity in solutions of the Einstein–Vlasov system of Bianchi type I. Journal of Mathematical Physics 37 (1), S. 438 - 451 (1996)
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    Rendall, A. D.: Constant mean curvature foliations in cosmological spacetimes. Helvetica Physica Acta 69, S. 490 - 500 (1996)
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    Schutz, B. F.: Making the Transition from Newton to Einstein: Chandrasekhars Work on the Post-Newtonian Approximation and Radiation Reaction. Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy 17, S. 183 - 197 (1996)
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    Sonnenschein, J.; Theisen, S.; Yankielowicz, S.: On the relation between the holomorphic prepotential and the quantum moduli in SUSY gauge theories. Physics Letters B 367 (1-4), S. 145 - 150 (1996)

Buch (2)

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    Börner, G.; Ehlers, J.: Gravitation: Raum-Zeit-Struktur und Wechselwirkung. Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Heidelberg, Germany (1996), 215 S.
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    Mossavi, K.: Nichtlineare Optik mit einem KrF-Femtosekundenlasersystem: Erzeugung von ultrakurzer VUV- und XUV-Strahlung mit hoher Leistung. Shaker, Aachen (1996), 105 S.

Buchkapitel (1)

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    Huisken, G.; Dierkes, U.: The n-dimensional analogue of the catenary: Prescribed area. In: Geometric analysis and the calculus of variations, S. 1 - 12 (Hg. Jost, J.). International Press, Cambridge (1996)

Konferenzband (1)

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    On 2D quantum gravity coupled to a σ-model (Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements, 49). 29th International Symposium Ahrenshoop on the Theory of Elementary Pa, Buckow, Brandenburg, Germany, 29. August 1995 - 02. September 1995. (1996), 9 S.

Konferenzbeitrag (7)

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    Nicolai, H.; Korotkin, D. A.; Samtleben, H.: Integrable Classical and Quantum Gravity. NATO Advanced Study Institute on Quantum Fields and Quantum Space Time, Cargese, France,, 22. Juli 1996 - 03. August 1996., (1996)
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    Alcubierre, M.; Allen, G.; Schutz, B. F.: Interface Behaviour in an Adaptive Mesh for Hyperbolic Equations. In: Proceedings of the Seventh Marcel Grossman Meeting on recent developments in theoretical and experimental general relativity, gravitation, and relativistic field theories, S. 651 (Hg. Jantzen, R. T.; Keiser, G. M.; Ruffini, R.). Seventh Marcel Grossman Meeting on recent developments in theoretical and experimental general relativity, gravitation, and relativistic field theories, Stanford University, 24. Juli 1994 - 30. Juli 1994. (1996)
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    Alcubierre, M.; Allen, G.; Farrar, S.; Schutz, B. F.; Wild, L. A.: Modelling Moving Black Holes. In: Proceedings of the Seventh Marcel Grossman Meeting on recent developments in theoretical and experimental general relativity, gravitation, and relativistic field theories, S. 615 (Hg. Jantzen, R. T.; Keiser, G. M.; Ruffini, R.). Seventh Marcel Grossman Meeting on recent developments in theoretical and experimental general relativity, gravitation, and relativistic field theories, Stanford University, 24. Juli 1994 - 30. Juli 1994. World Scientific, River Edge, New Jersey (1996)
 
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