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Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory
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- A Short Course in General Relativity
- Accelerated cosmic expansion : proceedings of the Fourth International Meeting on Gravitation and Cosmology
- AdS/CFT duality user guide
- Advanced interferometers and the search for gravitational waves : lectures from the first VESF School on Advanced Detectors for Gravitational Waves
- An introduction to Riemannian geometry : with applications to mechanics and relativity
- Astrophysical black holes
- Astrophysics of black holes : from fundamental aspects to latest developments
- Black holes : thermodynamics, information, and firewalls
- Bounds on the effective theory of gravity in models of particle physics and cosmology
- Einstein and the changing worldviews of physics
- Electrodynamics : the field-free approach : electrostatics, magnetism, induction, relativity and field theory
- Exploring science through science fiction
- Extracting physics from gravitational waves : testing the strong-field dynamics of general relativity and inferring the large-scale structure of the universe
- From quarks to the universe : a short physics course
- From special relativity to Feynman diagrams : a course of theoretical particle physics for beginners
- From the universe to the elementary particles : a first introduction to cosmology and the fundamental interactions
- Gravitational wave astrophysics with pulsar timing arrays
- Hamiltonian partial differential equations and applications
- High Energy Cosmic Rays
- Highlights of Spanish astrophysics III : proceedings of the fifth Scientific Meeting of the Spanish Astronomical Society held in Toledo, Spain, September 9-13, 2002
- Inertia and gravitation : the fundamental nature and structure of space-time
- Infrared non-local modifications of general relativity
- Introduction to black hole astrophysics
- Introduction to the basic concepts of modern physics : special relativity, quantum and statistical physics
- Masses of fundamental particles : Cargèse 1996
- Merging Processes in Galaxy Clusters
- Modern meteor science : an interdisciplinary view
- N=2 supersymmetric dynamics for pedestrians
- Principles of astrophysics : using gravity and stellar physics to explore the cosmos
- Pseudo-complex general relativity
- Quantum enhancement of a 4 km laser interferometer gravitational-wave detector
- Quantum mechanics and gravity
- Quantum triangulations : moduli spaces, strings, and quantum computing
- Relativistic quantum mechanics
- Relativity for everyone : how space-time bends
- Smooth manifolds
- Space-time foliation in quantum gravity
- Springer handbook of spacetime
- Structure formation in modified gravity cosmologies
- Superradiance : energy extraction, black-hole bombs and implications for astrophysics and particle physics
- Symmetries in fundamental physics
- The Natural Laws of the Universe : Understanding Fundamental Constants
- The Search for Non-Newtonian Gravity
- The classical theory of fields : electromagnetism
- The geometry of Minkowski spacetime : an introduction to the mathematics of the special theory of relativity
- The intrinsic bispectrum of the cosmic microwave background
- The rise and fall of the fifth force : discovery, pursuit, and justification in modern physics
- The special theory of relativity : foundations, theory, verification, applications
- Theoretical and observational consistency of massive gravity

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