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Dynamical theory of groups and fields
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Quantum Theory of Gravity. I. The Canonical Theory
Following an historical introduction, the conventional canonical formulation of general relativity theory is presented. The canonical Lagrangian is expressed in terms of the extrinsic and intrinsicExpand
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The Many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics
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A novel interpretation of quantum mechanics, first proposed in brief form by Hugh Everett in 1957, forms the nucleus around which this book has developed. Expand
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Quantum gravity: the new synthesis.
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Radiation damping in a gravitational field
The validity of the principle of equivalence is examined from the point of view of a charged mass point moving in an externally given gravitational field. The procedure is a covariant generalizationExpand
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Quantum mechanics and reality
Despite its enormous practical success, quantum theory is so contrary to intuition that, even after 45 years, the experts themselves still do not all agree what to make of it. The area ofExpand
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QUANTUM THEORY OF GRAVITY. II. THE MANIFESTLY COVARIANT THEORY.
Contrary to the situation which holds for the canonical theory described in the first paper of this series, there exists at present no tractable pure operator language on which to base a manifestlyExpand
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The effective action.
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QUANTUM THEORY OF GRAVITY. III. APPLICATIONS OF THE COVARIANT THEORY.
The basic momentum-space propagators and vertices (including those for the fictitious quanta) are given for both the Yang-Mills and gravitational fields. These propagators are used to obtain theExpand
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