Holonomy invariance, orbital resonances and kilohertz QPOs

@article{Abramowicz2002HolonomyIO,
  title={Holonomy invariance, orbital resonances and kilohertz QPOs},
  author={Marek Arthur Abramowicz and G. J. E. Almergren and Wlodek Klu'zniak and Arun Varma Thampan and F. Wallinder},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={2002},
  volume={19}
}
Quantized orbital structures are typical for many aspects of classical gravity (Newton's as well as Einstein's). The astronomical phenomenon of orbital resonances is a well-known example. Recently, Rothman et al (2001 Class. Quantum Grav. 18 1217–33) discussed quantized orbital structures in the novel context of a holonomy invariance of parallel transport in Schwarzschild geometry. We present here yet another example of quantization of orbits, one that is closely related to orbital resonances… 
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