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- Springer International Publishing 2015; US$ 129.00
This work investigates gravitational wave production in the early universe and identifies potentially observable features, thereby paving the way for future gravitational wave experiments. It focuses on gravitational wave production in two scenarios: inflation in a model inspired by loop quantum gravity, and preheating at the end of inflation. In the... more...
- CRC Press 2001; US$ 220.00
Gravitational waves (GWs) are a hot topic and promise to play a central role in astrophysics, cosmology, and theoretical physics. Technological developments have led us to the brink of their direct observation, which could become a reality in the coming years. The direct observation of GWs will open an entirely new field: GW astronomy. This is expected... more...
- University of Chicago Press 2010; US$ 30.00
In theory, at least, gravitational waves do exist. We are constantly bathed in gravitational radiation, which is generated when stars explode or collide and a portion of their mass becomes energy that ripples out like a disturbance on the surface of a serene pond. But unfortunately no gravitational wave has ever been directly detected even though... more...
- University of Chicago Press 2010; US$ 54.00
According to the theory of relativity, we are constantly bathed in gravitational radiation. When stars explode or collide, a portion of their mass becomes energy that disturbs the very fabric of the space-time continuum like ripples in a pond. But proving the existence of these waves has been difficult; the cosmic shudders are so weak that only the... more...
- University of Chicago Press 2014; US$ 45.00
Gravity?s Ghost and Big Dog brings to life science?s efforts to detect cosmic gravitational waves. These ripples in space-time are predicted by general relativity, and their discovery will not only demonstrate the truth of Einstein?s theories but also transform astronomy. Although no gravitational wave has ever been directly detected, the previous... more...
- Wiley 2012; US$ 192.00
This most up-to-date, one-stop reference combines coverage of both theory and observational techniques, with introductory sections to bring all readers up to the same level. Written by outstanding researchers directly involved with the scientific program of the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO), the book begins with a brief... more...
- Springer New York 2012; US$ 89.95
Adroitly conveying the power of simple mathematics to reveal Nature?s fundamental truths, this manual of Newtonian mechanics focuses on our developing knowledge of orbital motion, with real-life problems and case studies that cross disciplinary boundaries. more...
- World Scientific Publishing Company 1997; US$ 56.00
Gravitational wave detection is certainly one of the most challenging goals for today's physics. For three decades detectors have improved in sensitivity in order to confirm the existence of these waves, which are predicted by general relativity and other theories of gravitation. Besides testing these theories themselves the detection of gravitational... more...
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2013; Not Available
Pulsar timing is a promising method for detecting gravitational waves in the nano-Hertz band. In his prize winning Ph.D. thesis Rutger van Haasteren deals with how one takes thousands of seemingly random timing residuals which are measured by pulsar observers, and extracts information about the presence and character of the gravitational waves in... more...