# The General Theory of Relativity: A Mathematical Exposition

## Anadijiban Das

*The normal conception of Relativity: A Mathematical Exposition* will serve readers as a contemporary mathematical advent to the final conception of relativity. in the course of the ebook, examples, worked-out difficulties, and workouts (with tricks and ideas) are provided. themes during this booklet comprise, yet should not constrained to:

tensor analysis

the exact concept of relativity

the common concept of relativity and Einstein’s box equations

spherically symmetric ideas and experimental confirmations

static and desk bound space-time domains

black holes

cosmological models

algebraic classifications and the Newman-Penrose equations

the coupled Einstein-Maxwell-Klein-Gordon equations

appendices protecting mathematical vitamins and unique subject matters

Mathematical rigor, but very transparent presentation of the themes make this e-book a distinct textual content for either college scholars and study scholars.

Anadijiban Das has taught classes on Relativity thought on the collage university of Dublin, eire, Jadavpur college, India, Carnegie-Mellon college, united states, and Simon Fraser collage, Canada. His significant parts of analysis comprise, between diversified subject matters, the mathematical points of normal relativity theory.

Andrew DeBenedictis has taught classes in Theoretical Physics at Simon Fraser college, Canada, and is usually a member of The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences. His study pursuits contain quantum gravity, classical gravity, and semi-classical gravity.