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- Tomohiro Harada
- 2001

We investigate the stability of self-similar solutions for a gravitationally collapsing isothermal sphere in Newtonian gravity by means of a normal mode analysis. It is found that the Hunter series of solutions are highly unstable, while neither the Larson-Penston solution nor the homogeneous collapse one have an analytic unstable mode. Since the… (More)

- Seiji Kawamura, Masaki Ando, Takashi Nakamura, Kimio Tsubono, Takahiro Tanaka, Ikkoh Funaki +129 others
- 2008

- Martin Bojowald, Tomohiro Harada, Rakesh Tibrewala
- 2008

Lemaitre–Tolman–Bondi models as specific spherically symmetric solutions of general relativity simplify in their reduced form some of the mathematical ingredients of black hole or cosmological applications. The conditions imposed in addition to spherical symmetry turn out to take a simple form at the kinematical level of loop quantum gravity, which allows a… (More)

- Tomohiro Harada, Keiki Takadama
- GECCO
- 2014

The asynchronous evolution has an advantage when evolving solutions with excessively different evaluation time since the asynchronous evolution evolves each solution independently without waiting for other evaluations, unlike the synchronous evolution requires evaluations of all solutions at the same time. As a novel asynchronous evolution approach, this… (More)

- Tomohiro Harada, Keiki Takadama
- EuroGP
- 2013

- Takashi Tamaki, Tomohiro Harada, Umpei Miyamoto, Takashi Torii
- 2008

We investigate a particle velocity in the κ-Minkowski space-time, which is one of the realization of a noncommutative space-time. We emphasize that arrival time analyses by high-energy γ-rays or neutrinos, which have been considered as powerful tools to restrict the violation of Lorentz invariance, are not effective to detect space-time noncommutativity. In… (More)

- Tomohiro Harada
- 2003

General relativity as well as Newtonian gravity admits self-similar solutions due to its scale-invariance. This is a review on these self-similar solutions and their relevance to gravitational collapse. In particular, our attention is mainly paid on the crucial role of self-similar solutions in the critical behavior and attraction in gravitational collapse.

Gravitational collapse is one of the most fruitful subjects in gravitational physics. It is well known that singularity formation is inevitable in complete gravitational collapse. It was conjectured that such a singularity should be hidden by horizons if it is formed from generic initial data with physically reasonable matter fields. Many possible… (More)