By Francesco Catoni, Dino Boccaletti, Roberto Cannata, Vincenzo Catoni, Paolo Zampetti
This booklet presents an unique creation to the geometry of Minkowski space-time. 100 years after the space-time formula of precise relativity by way of Hermann Minkowski, it really is proven that the kinematical results of detailed relativity are purely a manifestation of space-time geometry.
The publication is written with the goal of delivering scholars (and lecturers) of the 1st years of college classes with a device that is effortless to be utilized and permits the answer of any challenge of relativistic kinematics whilst. The ebook treats in a rigorous method, yet utilizing a non-sophisticated arithmetic, the Kinematics of detailed Relativity. for instance, the recognized "Twin Paradox" is totally solved for every kind of motions.
The novelty of the presentation during this ebook is composed within the broad use of hyperbolic numbers, the best extension of complicated numbers, for an entire formalization of the kinematics within the Minkowski space-time.
Moreover, from this formalization the certainty of gravity comes as a manifestation of curvature of space-time, suggesting new learn fields.
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