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Modern Mathematical Models of Time and their Applications to Physics and Cosmology : Proceedings of the International Conference held in Tucson, Arizona, 11-13 April, 1996

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概要 The nature of time has long puzzled physicists and philosophers. Time potentially has very fundamental yet unknown properties. In 1993 a new model of multi-dimensional time was found to relate closely... to properties of the cosmological redshift. An international conference was subsequently convened in April 1996 to examine past, current and new concepts of time as they relate to physics and cosmology. These proceedings incorporate 34 reviews and contributed papers from the conference. The major reviews include observational properties of the redshift, alternative cosmologies, critical problems in cosmology, alternative viewpoints and problems in gravitation theory and particle physics, and new approaches to mathematical models of time. Professionals and students with an interest in cosmology and the structure of the universe will find that this book raises critical problems and explores challenging alternatives to classical viewpoints.続きを見る
目次 Day 1 Sessions 1-3
Session 1. The Redshift
The pair of X-ray sources across NGC 4258, its relation to intrinsic redshifts, ejection and quantization
A fresh look at discordant redshift galaxies in compact groups
Evidence for quantized and variable redshifts in the cosmic background rest frame
Testing for quantized redshifts. I. The project
The distribution of galaxy pair redshifts
Session 2. Critical Properties of the Universe
Density fluctuations on super-Hubble scales
The challenge of large-scale structure
Electric space: evolution of the plasma universe
Gamma-ray bursts: should cosmologists care?
Session 3. Statistical Methods
Testing for quantized redshifts. II. The local supercluster
Power spectrum analysis and redshift data
Statistical analysis of the occurrence of periodicities in galaxy redshift data
Zooming in on the redshift problem
Day 2 Sessions 4-5
Session 4. New Approaches to Cosmology
Two universes
Anomalous redshifts and the variable mass hypothesis
Three-dimensional quantized time in cosmology
Session 5. Gravitation and Time in General Relativity
The stress-energy tensor and the deflection of light in 6-dimensional general relativity
Einstein's greatest mistake?
Time, space and complex geometry
Discrete spatial scales in a fractal universe
Possible new properties of gravity
On the cosmic limits of physical laws
Changes in concepts of time from Aristotle to Einstein
On the transmutation and annihilation of pencil-generated spacetime dimensions
Day 3 Sessions 6-7
Session 6. Nuclear and Particle Physics
Particles, space and time
Time anisotropy and quantum measurement: Clues for transcending the geometrical picture of time
3-D Period doubling and magnetic moments of particles
Relics of the primordial origins of space and time in the low energy world
Unexplained empirical relations among certain scatterings
Spherical rotation, particles and cosmology
Session 7. Mathematical Models and Methods
A Non-linear model for time
Defining spacetime
Some elementary geometric aspects of extending the dimension of the space of instants
Fisher information as a measure of time.
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