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Classical Theory

  • Kasia RejznerEmail author
Chapter
Part of the Mathematical Physics Studies book series (MPST)

Abstract

Having defined the essential kinematical structure we are now ready to introduce the dynamics. To this end we use a generalization of the Lagrange formalism. The precise relation to notions known from classical mechanics will be explained in Sect. 4.5.

Keywords

Formal Power Series Smooth Curf Cauchy Surface Cauchy Data Hyperbolic Operator 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of MathematicsUniversity of YorkYorkUK

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