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Journal of Soviet Mathematics

, Volume 37, Issue 4, pp 1210–1238 | Cite as

Local invariants of four-dimensional pseudo-Riemannian manifolds with Lorentz metric

  • V. V. Nikulin
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Abstract

We pose the problem of rough projective and rigid isotopic classification of the local invariants (of Tyurin) of four-dimensional manifolds with Lorentz metric (and the “intuitive” invariants connected with them); we give their isotopic classification, and reduce the general problem to an arithmetic one. We show the nontriviality of the classification cited for general relativity theory.

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Manifold General Relativity General Problem Local Invariant Isotopic Classification 
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