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 Title from webpage of ebook (IOP, viewed April 20, 2011)
 "The 14th conference in the series 'Recent Developments in Gravity' was organized by the Theoretical Physics group of the Department of Physics, University of Ioannina, Greece ... the following variety of topics were addressed through the participants' talks and posters: mainstream and alternative models of dark energy and dark matter, construction and testing of new cosmological models, alternative (either 4dimensional or higherdimensional) theories of gravity and their predictions, the interplay of gravity with gauge theories, properties of astrophysical and miniature black holes and other massive astrophysical objects, cosmological perturbation spectra, modeling of astrophysical and cosmological observables via alternative theories, attempts to build a consistent quantum gravity theory"Pref
 "The Editors: Leandros Perivolaropoulos, Panagiota Kanti."
 Contents

 Preface
 Peer review statement
 Horizons, singularities and causal structure of the generalized McVittie spacetimes
 Searching for nonKerr objects
 New Cosmological Constraints on Axions and AxionLike Particles
 Gradient flows and instantons at a Lifshitz point
 Violation of the CarterIsrael conjecture and its astrophysical implications
 Dark energy and matter perturbations in scalartensor theories of gravity
 Galactically inertial space probes for the direct measurement of the metric expansion of the universe
 Unlensing the CMB in real space: a new approach to extract the weak lensing convergence
 Inflation in asymptotically safe f(R) theory
 The quantum origin of cosmic structure: Theory and observations
 Relativistic MHD simulations of stellar core collapse and magnetars
 Applications of hidden symmetries to black hole physics
 Magnetoelastic torsional oscillations of magnetars
 Black holes from generalized gauge field theories
 Acceleration and emission of MHD driven, relativistic jets
 Holographic Superconductivity with GaussBonnet gravity
 Scalartensor cosmologies with a potential in the general relativity limit
 A conventional form of dark energy
 Black Holes and Neutron Stars in TensorVectorScalar Theory
 CMB Polarization and Dark Energy Induced Cosmological Birefringence
 Quasiequilibrium models of magnetized compact objects
 Stringy SpaceTime Foam and HighEnergy Cosmic Photons
 Open problems and results in the group theoretic approach to quantum gravity via the BMS group and its generalizations
 FRW models in the conformal frame of f(R) gravity
 Genetic algorithms and the analysis of SnIa data
 Newton's law modifications due to a Sol manifold extra dimensional space
 Tensor Perturbations in Starobinski's Inflation
 Bulk Decay of (4 + n)Dimensional Simply Rotating Black Holes: TensorType Gravitons
 Dark Energy
 Sgr A*: The Optimal Testbed of StrongField Gravity
 Cosmological consequences of the noncommutative spectral geometry as an approach to unification
 Affine gauge theory of gravity and its reduction to the RiemannCartan geometry
 Cosmologies with a time dependent vacuum
 HořavaLifshitz gravity: a status report
 Conformal dynamical equivalence and applications
 Black hole spacetimes with selfgravitating, massive accretion tori
 Lensing in an elastically strained spacetime
 Black holes, holography and thermodynamics of gauge theories
 Filamentary structures of the cosmic web and the nonlinear Schrödinger type equation
 Apparent cosmic acceleration due to largescale peculiar motions
 The Problem of Time in Quantum Cosmology: A Decoherent Histories View
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 Recent developments in gravity (NEB XIV) : 811 June 2010, Ioannina, Greece
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 Recent developments in gravity (NEB XIV)
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 811 June 2010, Ioannina, Greece
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 NEB14
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 eng
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 Conference on Recent Developments in Gravity
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 Perivolaropoulos, Leandros
 Kanti, Panagiota
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 Journal of physics conference series
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 v. 283
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 Gravitation
 Astrophysics
 Cosmology
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 Recent developments in gravity (NEB XIV) : 811 June 2010, Ioannina, Greece, (electronic resource)
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 Title from webpage of ebook (IOP, viewed April 20, 2011)
 "The 14th conference in the series 'Recent Developments in Gravity' was organized by the Theoretical Physics group of the Department of Physics, University of Ioannina, Greece ... the following variety of topics were addressed through the participants' talks and posters: mainstream and alternative models of dark energy and dark matter, construction and testing of new cosmological models, alternative (either 4dimensional or higherdimensional) theories of gravity and their predictions, the interplay of gravity with gauge theories, properties of astrophysical and miniature black holes and other massive astrophysical objects, cosmological perturbation spectra, modeling of astrophysical and cosmological observables via alternative theories, attempts to build a consistent quantum gravity theory"Pref
 "The Editors: Leandros Perivolaropoulos, Panagiota Kanti."
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 Preface  Peer review statement  Horizons, singularities and causal structure of the generalized McVittie spacetimes  Searching for nonKerr objects  New Cosmological Constraints on Axions and AxionLike Particles  Gradient flows and instantons at a Lifshitz point  Violation of the CarterIsrael conjecture and its astrophysical implications  Dark energy and matter perturbations in scalartensor theories of gravity  Galactically inertial space probes for the direct measurement of the metric expansion of the universe  Unlensing the CMB in real space: a new approach to extract the weak lensing convergence  Inflation in asymptotically safe f(R) theory  The quantum origin of cosmic structure: Theory and observations  Relativistic MHD simulations of stellar core collapse and magnetars  Applications of hidden symmetries to black hole physics  Magnetoelastic torsional oscillations of magnetars  Black holes from generalized gauge field theories  Acceleration and emission of MHD driven, relativistic jets  Holographic Superconductivity with GaussBonnet gravity  Scalartensor cosmologies with a potential in the general relativity limit  A conventional form of dark energy  Black Holes and Neutron Stars in TensorVectorScalar Theory  CMB Polarization and Dark Energy Induced Cosmological Birefringence  Quasiequilibrium models of magnetized compact objects  Stringy SpaceTime Foam and HighEnergy Cosmic Photons  Open problems and results in the group theoretic approach to quantum gravity via the BMS group and its generalizations  FRW models in the conformal frame of f(R) gravity  Genetic algorithms and the analysis of SnIa data  Newton's law modifications due to a Sol manifold extra dimensional space  Tensor Perturbations in Starobinski's Inflation  Bulk Decay of (4 + n)Dimensional Simply Rotating Black Holes: TensorType Gravitons  Dark Energy  Sgr A*: The Optimal Testbed of StrongField Gravity  Cosmological consequences of the noncommutative spectral geometry as an approach to unification  Affine gauge theory of gravity and its reduction to the RiemannCartan geometry  Cosmologies with a time dependent vacuum  HořavaLifshitz gravity: a status report  Conformal dynamical equivalence and applications  Black hole spacetimes with selfgravitating, massive accretion tori  Lensing in an elastically strained spacetime  Black holes, holography and thermodynamics of gauge theories  Filamentary structures of the cosmic web and the nonlinear Schrödinger type equation  Apparent cosmic acceleration due to largescale peculiar motions  The Problem of Time in Quantum Cosmology: A Decoherent Histories View
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 Recent developments in gravity (NEB XIV) : 811 June 2010, Ioannina, Greece, (electronic resource)
 Note

 Title from webpage of ebook (IOP, viewed April 20, 2011)
 "The 14th conference in the series 'Recent Developments in Gravity' was organized by the Theoretical Physics group of the Department of Physics, University of Ioannina, Greece ... the following variety of topics were addressed through the participants' talks and posters: mainstream and alternative models of dark energy and dark matter, construction and testing of new cosmological models, alternative (either 4dimensional or higherdimensional) theories of gravity and their predictions, the interplay of gravity with gauge theories, properties of astrophysical and miniature black holes and other massive astrophysical objects, cosmological perturbation spectra, modeling of astrophysical and cosmological observables via alternative theories, attempts to build a consistent quantum gravity theory"Pref
 "The Editors: Leandros Perivolaropoulos, Panagiota Kanti."
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references
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 online resource
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 cr
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 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents
 Preface  Peer review statement  Horizons, singularities and causal structure of the generalized McVittie spacetimes  Searching for nonKerr objects  New Cosmological Constraints on Axions and AxionLike Particles  Gradient flows and instantons at a Lifshitz point  Violation of the CarterIsrael conjecture and its astrophysical implications  Dark energy and matter perturbations in scalartensor theories of gravity  Galactically inertial space probes for the direct measurement of the metric expansion of the universe  Unlensing the CMB in real space: a new approach to extract the weak lensing convergence  Inflation in asymptotically safe f(R) theory  The quantum origin of cosmic structure: Theory and observations  Relativistic MHD simulations of stellar core collapse and magnetars  Applications of hidden symmetries to black hole physics  Magnetoelastic torsional oscillations of magnetars  Black holes from generalized gauge field theories  Acceleration and emission of MHD driven, relativistic jets  Holographic Superconductivity with GaussBonnet gravity  Scalartensor cosmologies with a potential in the general relativity limit  A conventional form of dark energy  Black Holes and Neutron Stars in TensorVectorScalar Theory  CMB Polarization and Dark Energy Induced Cosmological Birefringence  Quasiequilibrium models of magnetized compact objects  Stringy SpaceTime Foam and HighEnergy Cosmic Photons  Open problems and results in the group theoretic approach to quantum gravity via the BMS group and its generalizations  FRW models in the conformal frame of f(R) gravity  Genetic algorithms and the analysis of SnIa data  Newton's law modifications due to a Sol manifold extra dimensional space  Tensor Perturbations in Starobinski's Inflation  Bulk Decay of (4 + n)Dimensional Simply Rotating Black Holes: TensorType Gravitons  Dark Energy  Sgr A*: The Optimal Testbed of StrongField Gravity  Cosmological consequences of the noncommutative spectral geometry as an approach to unification  Affine gauge theory of gravity and its reduction to the RiemannCartan geometry  Cosmologies with a time dependent vacuum  HořavaLifshitz gravity: a status report  Conformal dynamical equivalence and applications  Black hole spacetimes with selfgravitating, massive accretion tori  Lensing in an elastically strained spacetime  Black holes, holography and thermodynamics of gauge theories  Filamentary structures of the cosmic web and the nonlinear Schrödinger type equation  Apparent cosmic acceleration due to largescale peculiar motions  The Problem of Time in Quantum Cosmology: A Decoherent Histories View
 Control code
 723158215
 Extent
 1 online resource
 Form of item
 online
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
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 Other physical details
 illustrations
 Specific material designation
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