(2+1)-dimensional topological gravity

(2+1)-dimensional topological gravity

(Submitted on 2 Nov 1999 last revised 3 Nov 1999 (this version, v2)) to the quantisation of (2 + gravity with topology R x T^ 2 and negative.
1. Introduction The metric-affine geometry [L g], which results from the 2. Topological (2 + gravity Besides the EC Lagrangiar, we add the.
Measuring the metric in (2 + quantum gravity Thurston W P 1979 The Geometry and Topology of Three-Manifolds Princeton lecture notes.
(2+1)-dimensional topological gravity

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We also derive the general conformally flat vacuum solution with torsion. Sign in via your institution OpenAthens Other institution Journals Books Register Sign in Help close Sign in using your ScienceDirect credentials Username Password Remember me Forgotten username or password? Link back to: arXiv , form interface , contact. Gravitational fields are ordinarily measured by observing their effects on test particles, from whose trajectories one can reconstruct the geometry of spacetime. Export citation and abstract. References [ edit ]. Johan Alm: Brown's dihedral moduli space and freedom of the gravity operad