Encyclopedia of Space-time and gravitation
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- Exact solutions of Einstein's equations Malcolm A.H. MacCallum
- Jordan-Brans-Dicke Theory by Carl H. Brans
- Accretion discs by Marek A. Abramowicz and Odele Straub
- Stochastic gravitational background by Michele Maggiore
- Alcubierre metric by Miguel Alcubierre Moya
- The MOND paradigm of modified dynamics by Mordehai Milgrom
- f(R) theories of gravitation by Salvatore Capozziello
- Ashtekar variables by Abhay Ashtekar
- Loop Quantum Cosmology by Martin Bojowald
- Cosmic Topology by Jean-Pierre Luminet
- Heat kernel expansion in the background field formalism by Andrei O. Barvinsky
- Gowdy Spacetimes by Robert H. Gowdy
- Cosmic Microwave Background by George F. Smoot
- Cosmic strings by Tanmay Vachaspati
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