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By Hans Stephani, Dietrich Kramer, Malcolm MacCallum, Cornelius Hoenselaers, Eduard Herlt

ISBN-10: 0521467020

ISBN-13: 9780521467025

A totally revised and up to date version of this vintage textual content, masking very important new equipment and lots of lately came across suggestions. This version includes new chapters on new release equipment and their program, type of metrics through invariants, and coverings of homothetic motions and techniques from dynamical structures concept. additionally it is colliding waves, inhomogeneous cosmological recommendations, and spacetimes containing unique subspaces.

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11 Fibre bundles 29 Jet bundles J (n) (X, U ) are another type of fibre bundle of interest in exact solutions (see Chapter 10). They are used in describing systems of differential equations. Here the base manifold X is the space of independent variables and the fibre is the set U of values of the dependent variables and their first n partial derivatives with respect to the X. A (partial) differential equation, or a system of such equations, specifies a submanifold in a jet bundle. 1 Introduction In Chapter 2 we treated differential geometry without a metric.

If α is a p-form (p ≥ 1) and dα = 0, then there is a (p − 1)-form β such that α = dβ. In components, α[i1 ···ip ,j] = 0 ⇔ αi1 ···ip = β[i1 ···ip−1 ,ip ] . 2 (Frobenius’s theorem). Let σ 1 , . . , σ r be r 1-forms linearly independent at a point p ∈ M. Suppose there are 1-forms τ A B (A, B = 1, . . , r) satisfying dσ A = τ A B ∧ σ B . Then in a neighbourhood of p there are functions f A B , hA such that σ A = f A B dhB . Other formulations of Frobenius’s theorem. Introducing the r-form Σ ≡ σ 1 ∧ · · · ∧ σ r , we can replace the condition dσ A = τ A B ∧ σ B by either of the two equivalent conditions: (i) dσ A ∧ Σ = 0, (ii) there exists a 1-form λ such that dΣ = λ ∧ Σ .

R be r 1-forms linearly independent at a point p ∈ M. Suppose there are 1-forms τ A B (A, B = 1, . . , r) satisfying dσ A = τ A B ∧ σ B . Then in a neighbourhood of p there are functions f A B , hA such that σ A = f A B dhB . Other formulations of Frobenius’s theorem. Introducing the r-form Σ ≡ σ 1 ∧ · · · ∧ σ r , we can replace the condition dσ A = τ A B ∧ σ B by either of the two equivalent conditions: (i) dσ A ∧ Σ = 0, (ii) there exists a 1-form λ such that dΣ = λ ∧ Σ . 44) σ[a,b σc] = 0 ⇔ σa = f h,a .

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