The Net Advance of Physics:
GRAVITATION
GRAVITATION: THEORIES OF:
See also
History of Gravitational Theories
General: Introductory:
Léon 98;
An exercise on Gauss' law for gravitation: The Flat Earth model
by Alexandre Carlos Tort [2013/05]
General:
Bicak 2000/04;
The Last 50 Years of General Relativity and Gravitation: From GR3 to GR20 Warsaw Conferences
by Abhay Ashtekar [2013/12]
Lectures on gravitation
by Pietro Menotti [2017/03] 205 pp.
Gravitation: From Newton to Einstein
by Pierre Fleury [2019/02] 100 pp.; 30-hour review course.
General: Experimental/Observational:
GRAVITATIONAL RADIATION;
General: Experimental/Observational:
Damour 97/11;
Damour 99/01;
Will 2001/03;
Bennett 2005/03;
Cosmological Tests of Gravity
by Bhuvnesh Jain and Justin Khoury [2010/04]
Precision Tests of Gravity
by Clifford M. Will [2010/08]
The neutron and its role in cosmology and particle physics
by Dirk Dubbers and Michael G. Schmidt [2011/05]
Equivalence Principles, Lense-Thirring Effects, and Solar-System Tests of Cosmological Models
by Wei-Tou Ni [2011/12]
The Neutron and the Universe - History of a Relationship
by Stephan Paul [2012/05]
Planetary ephemerides and gravity tests in the solar system
by Agnes Fienga [2012/09]
Gravitational Anomalies in the Solar System?
by Lorenzo Iorio [2014/12]
Testing General Relativity with Present and Future Astrophysical Observations
by Emanuele Berti et al. [2015/01] 186 pp.
Observational and Experimental Gravity
by Angela D. V. Di Virgilio et al. [2015/12]
An Undergraduate Test of Gravitational Time Dilation
by Brian Patterson et al. [2017/10]
Cosmological Tests of Gravity
by Pedro G. Ferreira [2019/02]
General: EXPERIMENTAL/OBSERVATIONAL: GALAXY CLUSTERS:
Tests of Gravity with Galaxy Clusters
by Matteo Cataneo and David Rapetti [
International Journal of Modern Physics D 27
, 1848006 (2018)]
General: Experimental/Observational: LUNAR LASER RANGING:
Nordtvedt 2003/01;
General: Experimental/Observational: PULSARS:
Probing gravitation with pulsars
by Michael Kramer [2012/11]
Pulsars and Gravity
by R. N. Manchester [2015/02]
Tests of Gravitational Symmetries with Radio Pulsars
by Lijing Shao and Norbert Wex [2016/04]
Pulsars as probes of gravity and fundamental physics
by Michael Kramer [2016/06]
Radio pulsars: testing gravity and detecting gravitational waves
by Delphine Perrodin and Alberto Sesana [2017/09]
General: Experimental/Observational: SHORT RANGE:
Casimir and short-range gravity tests
by Astrid Lambrecht and Serge Reynaud [2011/06]
General: Experimental/Observational: Unconventional Approaches:
Skeggs 97/12 [possibly moved to unknown location];
General: Numerical/Computational:
Heinicke aand Hehl 2001/05;
General: ANALOGUES:
The Basics of Water Waves Theory for Analogue Gravity
by Germain Rousseaux [2012/03]
Survey of analogue spacetimes
by Matt Visser [2012/06]
General: CONSTRAINTS ON THEORIES OF GRAVITY:
Aguirre et al. 2001/05;
General: AS A SPIN TWO FIELD:
Straumann 2000/06;
Types:
GENERAL RELATIVITY;
MOND;
MULTIDIMENSIONAL;
MULTIGRAVITY;
QUANTUM GRAVITY;
SCALAR-TENSOR;
SHORT RANGE;
SUPERGRAVITY;
YILMAZ;
Type: NEWTONIAN:
La forma della Terra: una lezione sulla gravità Newtoniana
by Marco Ruggieri and Guang Xiong Peng [2017/04]
Type: NON-NEWTONIAN (OTHER THAN GENERAL RELATIVITY):
Mann 98/03;
Dark Energy and Dark Gravity
by Ruth Durrer and Roy Maartens [2007/11]
The dark side of gravity: Modified theories of gravity
by Francisco S. N. Lobo [2008/07]
Approaches to Understanding Cosmic Acceleration
by Alessandra Silvestri and Mark Trodden [2009/04]
Modified Gravity and Cosmology
by Timothy Clifton et al. [2011/06] Survey of many approaches. 300 pp.
Extended Theories of Gravity
by Salvatore Capozziello and Mariafelicia De Laurentis [2011/08] 184 pp.
Introduction to Modified Gravity: From the Cosmic Speedup Problem to Quantum Gravity Phenomenology
by Gonzalo J. Olmo [2011/12]
A few remarks on the relationship between elementary particle physics, gravitation and cosmology
by V. M. Mostepanenko [
Gravitation and Cosmology 22
, 116 (2016)]
A systematic approach to generalisations of General Relativity and their cosmological implications
by Lavinia Heisenberg [2018/07] 193 pp.
Type: AETHER THEORIES:
Einstein-aether gravity: a status report
by Theodore A. Jacobson [2007/07]
Einstein-aether gravity: theory and observational constraints
by Theodore A. Jacobson [2007/08]
Reviving Gravity's Aether in Einstein's Universe
by Niayesh Afshordi [2010/04]
Modified Gravity and Cosmology
by Timothy Clifton et al. [2011/06] Survey of many approaches. 300 pp.
Type: BF:
BF gravity
by Mariano Celada et al. [
Classical and Quantum Gravity 33
, 213001 (2016)]
Type: BIGRAVITY or BIMETRIC:
Recent developments in bimetric theory
by Angnis Schmidt-May and Mikael von Strauss [2015/11]
A systematic approach to generalisations of General Relativity and their cosmological implications
by Lavinia Heisenberg [2018/07] 193 pp.
Type: CASCADING:
An Introduction to Cascading Gravity and Degravitation
by Claudia de Rham [2008/10]
Type: CHAMAELEON:
Tests of Chameleon Gravity
by Clare Burrage and Jeremy Sakstein [2017/09]
Selected Topics in Scalar-Tensor Theories and Beyond
by Israel Quiros [2019/01] 181 pp.
Type: CHERN-SIMONS MODIFIED:
Chern-Simons Modified General Relativity
by Stephon Alexander and Nicolas Yunes [2009/07]
Type: f(R):
f(R) Theories Of Gravity
by Thomas P. Sotiriou and Valerio Faraoni [2008/05]
f(R) gravity: successes and challenges
by Valerio Faraoni [2008/09]
f(R) theories
by Antonio De Felice and Shinji Tsujikawa [2010/02]
Cosmological Tests of Gravity
by Bhuvnesh Jain and Justin Khoury [2010/04]
Palatini Approach to Modified Gravity: f(R) Theories and Beyond
by Gonzalo J. Olmo [2011/01]
Modified Gravity and Cosmology
by Timothy Clifton et al. [2011/06] Survey of many approaches. 300 pp.
Extended Theories of Gravity
by Salvatore Capozziello and Mariafelicia De Laurentis [2011/08] 184 pp.
Introduction to Modified Gravity: From the Cosmic Speedup Problem to Quantum Gravity Phenomenology
by Gonzalo J. Olmo [2011/12]
Type: EINSTEIN-CARTAN:
Ruggiero and Tartaglia 2003/06;
Trautman 2006/06;
Élie Cartan's torsion in geometry and in field theory
by Friedrich W. Hehl and Yuri N. Obukhov [2007/11]
Searches for the role of spin and polarization in gravity
by Wei-Tou Ni [2009/12]
Gravity and Unification: A Review [of four-dimensional theories]
by Kirill Krasnov and Roberto Peracci [2017/12]
Introduction to Gauge Theory of Gravitation
by Wytler Cordeiro dos Santos [2019/05]
Type: GAUGE THEORIES IN GENERAL:
Gauge Theories of Gravitation
by Milutin Blagojević and Friedrich W. Hehl [2012/10]
Introduction to Gauge Theory of Gravitation
by Wytler Cordeiro dos Santos [2019/05]
Type: HIGHER CURVATURE THEORIES:
Schmidt 2006/02;
Bojowald and Skirzewski 2006/06;
Modified Gravity and Cosmology
by Timothy Clifton et al. [2011/06] Survey of many approaches. 300 pp.
Type: HIGHER CURVATURE THEORIES: Re: BLACK HOLES:
Myers 98/11;
Type: HORAVA-LIFSHITZ:
Horava-Lifshitz gravity: a status report
by Thomas P. Sotiriou [2010/06]
Horava-Lifshitz Cosmology: A Review
by Shinji Mukohyama [2010/07]
The good, the bad and the ugly .... of Horava gravity
by Antonio Padilla [2010/09]
Status of Horava gravity: A personal perspective
by Matt Visser [2010/09]
Modified Gravity and Cosmology
by Timothy Clifton et al. [2011/06] Survey of many approaches. 300 pp.
Tests of Lorentz invariance: a 2013 update
by Stefano Liberati [2013/04]
Hořava Gravity at a Lifshitz Point: A Progress Report
by Anzhong Wang [2017/01]
Type: HORNDESKI:
A systematic approach to generalisations of General Relativity and their cosmological implications
by Lavinia Heisenberg [2018/07] 193 pp.
Horndeski Theory and Beyond: A Review
by Tsutomu Kobayashi [2019/01]
Selected Topics in Scalar-Tensor Theories and Beyond
by Israel Quiros [2019/01] 181 pp.
Measuring gravity at cosmological scales
by Luca Amendola et al. [2019/02]
Type: INFINITE DERIVATIVE:
String-Inspired Infinite-Derivative Theories of Gravity: A Brief Overview
by Tirthabir Biswas and Spyridon Talaganis [2014/12]
Type: KINETIC:
Kinetic Pressure and Tetrode's Star
by Kevin Brown [MathPages]
Type: LANCZOS-LOVELOCK:
Lanczos-Lovelock models of gravity
by T. Padmanabhan and D. Kothawala [2013/02]
Type: MASSIVE GRAVITONS:
Theoretical Aspects of Massive Gravity
by Kurt Hinterbichler [2011/05]
Galileons in the Sky
by Claudia de Rham [2012/04]
Massive Gravity
by Claudia de Rham [2014/01]
A systematic approach to generalisations of General Relativity and their cosmological implications
by Lavinia Heisenberg [2018/07] 193 pp.
Type: NON-COMMUTATIVE:
Noncommutative Geometries and Gravity
by Folkert Muller-Hoissen [2007/09]
Survey of Gravity in Non-Commutative Geometry
by Nicolas Franco [2008/05]
Type: PALATINI:
Palatini Approach to Modified Gravity: f(R) Theories and Beyond
by Gonzalo J. Olmo [2011/01]
Introduction to Modified Gravity: From the Cosmic Speedup Problem to Quantum Gravity Phenomenology
by Gonzalo J. Olmo [2011/12]
Introduction to Palatini theories of gravity and nonsingular cosmologies
by Gonzalo J. Olmo [2012/12]
Gravity and Unification: A Review [of four-dimensional theories]
by Kirill Krasnov and Roberto Peracci [2017/12]
Type: POINCARE GAUGE THEORY:
Blagojevic 2003/02;
Type: PROCA:
A systematic approach to generalisations of General Relativity and their cosmological implications
by Lavinia Heisenberg [2018/07] 193 pp.
Type: QUADRATIC:
Quadratic Gravity
by Alberto Salvio [2018/04]
Type: RICCI-SCALAR DEPENDENT:
A bird's eye view of f(R)-gravity
by Salvatore Capozziello et al. [2009/09]
Type: SAKHAROV'S:
Visser 2002/04;
Type: SCALE-DEPENDENT:
Multifractional spacetimes from the Standard Model to cosmology
by Gianluca Calcagni [2017/09]
Type: SEMICLASSICAL:
Ford 2005/04;
Type: SHAPE DYNAMICS:
A Shape Dynamics Tutorial
by Flavio Mercati [2014/09]
Type: SHORT RANGE:
A few remarks on the relationship between elementary particle physics, gravitation and cosmology
by V. M. Mostepanenko [
Gravitation and Cosmology 22
, 116 (2016)]
Type: STOCHASTIC:
Hu and Verdaguer 2002/11;
Stochastic Gravity: Theory and Applications
by B. L. Hu and E. Verdaguer [2008/02] 100 pp.
Type: TELEPARALLEL: see also
TORSION
Teleparallel Gravity: An Overview
by V. C. de Andrade et al. [2000/07]
Searches for the role of spin and polarization in gravity
by Wei-Tou Ni [2009/12]
The teleparallel equivalent of general relativity
by Jose Wadih Maluf [2013/03]
Teleparallelism: A New Way to Think of the Gravitational Interaction
by R. Aldrovandi and J. G. Pereira [
Ciencia Hoje 55
, 32 (2015)]
Introduction to Teleparallel Gravities
by Alexey Golovnev [2017/09]
Type: TERRESTRIAL:
Terrestrial Gravity Fluctuations
by Jan Harms [2015/07]
Type: TIME INDEPENDENT FIELDS:
Beig and Schmidt 2000/05;
Aspects:
GRAVITATIONAL LENSING;
GRAVITATIONAL RADIATION;
QUANTIZATION;
Aspects: AMPLIFICATION AND SHIELDING:
v. Borzeszkowski and Chrobok 2003/10;
Aspects: ENERGY:
Energy-Momentum of the Gravitational Field: Crucial Point for Gravitation Physics and Cosmology
by Yu. V. Baryshev [2008/06]
Aspects: MULTI-BODY SYSTEMS:
The Classical Gravitational N-Body Problem
by Douglas C. Heggie [
Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Physics,
2006]
Gravitational N-body Simulations
by M. Trenti and P. Hut [Scholarpedia 2008/06]
Aspects: RENORMALISABILITY:
A pedagogical explanation for the non-renormalizability of gravity
by Assaf Shomer [2007/09]
Aspects: SELF-GRAVITATING SYSTEMS:
Katz 2002/12;
Self-force: Computational Strategies
by Barry Wardell [2015/01]
Re:
QUANTUM MECHANICS;
Re: CHERENKOV EFFECT:
The Cerenkov effect revisited: from swimming ducks to zero modes in gravitational analogs
by Iacopo Carusotto and Germain Rousseaux [2011/05]
Re: COSMOLOGY:
Cosmological Tests of Gravity
by Kazuya Koyama [2015/04]
Cosmological Tests of Gravity
by Pedro G. Ferreira [2019/02]
Re: EFFECTIVE FIELD THEORY:
The Effective Field Theorist's Approach to Gravitational Dynamics
by Rafael A. Porto [2016/01] 150+ pp.
Effective Field Theories of Post-Newtonian Gravity
by Michele Levi [2018/07]
Re: ENTANGLEMENT:
Lectures on Gravity and Entanglement
by Mark Van Raamsdonk [2016/09]
Re: GLOBAL SYMMETRIES:
Peccei 98/07b;
Re: MASS AND INERTIA:
Rosu 94/12;
Re: SPIN:
Straumann 2000/06;
Searches for the role of spin and polarization in gravity
by Wei-Tou Ni [2009/12]
Re: THERMODYNAMICS:
Wald 99/01;
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