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DATE

1984

AUTHORS

Larry Smarr

ABSTRACT

The current use of computers in general relativity was reviewed at GR10. Today several groups have working codes which can calculate the coupled general relativity/hydrodynamics equations in two spatial dimensions plus time. These codes are compared and a critical review is made of the areas needing improvement. The potential uses of numerical relativity are discussed. In some situations the gravitational field can be chosen to be an analytically known solution, and hydrodynamics can be done in that background field. Regge calculus is still in its infancy numerically, but interesting new work has been done. Algebraic computing is becoming a mature technology, with the emphasis moving toward making these powerful software tools available to those relativists without previous computer training. More... »

PAGES

163-183

Book

TITLE

General Relativity and Gravitation

ISBN

978-94-009-6471-6
978-94-009-6469-3

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