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Infinite Red-Shifts in General Relativity
(Cornell University Press, 1967)
The Oppenheimer-Snyder description of continued gravitational collapse is reformulated as a matching together of two familiar solutions of the Einstein gravitational equations. From one solution, the Friedmann cosmology ...
Some remarks on information languages, their analysis and comparison.
General remarks on information languages Use of the term "Information Language" (IL) Purposes of an information language-requirements for an information language A general model for the structure of the ensemble of ...
Gravitational Radiation in the Limit of High Frequency
This dissertation deals with a technique for obtaining approximate radiative solutions to the Einstein equations of general relativity in situations where the gravitational fields of interest are quite strong. In the first ...
A History of Bands in the United States Navy
ALTHOUGH THE NAVY HAS HAD BANDS SINCE THE EARLY 19TH CENTURY, LITTLE HAS BEEN WRITTEN CONCERNING THE BACKGROUND, DEVELOPMENT, AND PURPOSE OF THIS DIVISION OF OUR NAVY. THIS WORK ENCOMPASSES A DETAILED STUDY OF THE ...