Numerics of the Characteristic Formulation in Bondi Variables. Where We Are and What Lies Ahead View Full Text


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DATE

2002-12-03

AUTHORS

Luis Lehner

ABSTRACT

Characteristic numerical relativity has established itself as a powerful approach towards the explicit construction of spacetimes through the use of computer simulations. Its use provides a direct relation between fields at and the interior of the spacetime, being a useful practical tool to studying spacetimes in the large and providing additional information to deepen our understanding of the theory. We review the numerical implementation of the characteristic formulation of G.R. in Bondi variables, describe its main difficulties and some future directions of the program. More... »

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297-312

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    The Conformal Structure of Space-Time

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    978-3-540-44280-6
    978-3-540-45818-0

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