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Journal of Theoretics Volume 6-5, Oct/Nov 2004 Interaction Space and General Relativity

By Ali Riza Sahi̇n

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Abstract: Interaction space suggestion tells us that we can/should use different spaces (coordinate systems) to describe different interactions. There are several methods to reach the idea of some special spaces (interaction spaces) for interactions. By this study; you will see one of these and you will notice that it is originating from general relativity

Topics: General Relativity, Interaction Space, Space-Time, Minkowski Space, Metric, Einstein Equations, Line Element
Year: 2012
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