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Each chapter could be used as a basis for an early postgraduate project for those who are exploring avenues into research in general relativity and who have already accumulated the required technical knowledge. The presentation of each chapter is research monograph style, rather than text book style, in order to impress on interested students the need to present their research in a clear and concise format. Students with advanced preparation in general relativity theory might find a treasure trove here.

- Series:
**International Series of Monographs on Physics** - Author:
**Claude Barrabes, Peter A. Hogan** - Year:
**2013** - Publisher:
**Oxford University Press** - Language:
**English** - ISBN:
**0199680698,9780199680696**

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