8 edition of The structural foundations of quantum gravity found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Dean Rickles, Steven French, and Juha Saatsi.|
|Contributions||Rickles, Dean., French, Steven., Saatsi, Juha.|
|LC Classifications||QC178 .S885 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 270 p. :|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||2007296588|
Christopher Isham is a theoretical physicist at Imperial College London. where he is a Distinguished Research Fellow of the Faculty of Natural Sciences, in the Department of Physics. His main research interests are quantum gravity and foundational studies in quantum theory. Quantum quandaries: a category theory perspective, in Structural Foundations of Quantum Gravity, (ed. S. French et al.) Oxford Univ. Press. ↑ J. Baez. Categorified Gauge Theory. in Proceedings of the Pacific Northwest Geometry Seminar Cascade Topology Seminar,Spring Meeting--May 11 University of Washington.
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ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. 4/5(1). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Quantum gravity meets structuralism: interweaving relations in the foundations of physics / Dean Rickles and Steven French --Structural realism and quantum gravity / Tian Yu Cao --Structure, individuality, and quantum gravity / John Stachel --Points, particles, and structural.
The Structural Foundations of Quantum Gravity Edited by Dean Rickles, Steven French, and Juha T. Saatsi. A Clarendon Press Publication. Quantum gravity is where the two great theories of modern physics meet; New material on a hot topic in the foundations of.
This book is based on material taught to final-year physics undergraduates as part of the theoretical physics option at Imperial College. After a self-contained introduction to the essential ideas of vector spaces and linear operators, a bridge is built between the concepts and mathematics of classical physics, and the new mathematical framework employed in quantum by: Get this from a library.
The structural foundations of quantum gravity. [Dean Rickles; Steven French; Juha Saatsi;] -- What is spacetime. General relativity and quantum field theory answer this question in different ways. This collection of essays looks at the problem of uniting these two fundamental theories of our.
Quantum gravity is the name given to a theory that unites general relativity — Einstein's theory of gravitation and spacetime — with quantum field theory, our framework for describing non-gravitational forces. This book brings together philosophers and physicists to discuss a range of conceptual issues that surface in the effort to unite these theories, focusing in particular on the.
1 Quantum Gravity Meets Structuralism: Interweaving Relations in the Foundations of Physics 2 Structural Realism and Quantum Gravity 3 Structure, Individuality, and Quantum Gravity. out several "Structural Problems Facing Quantum Gravity Theory". At the beginning of this new century, the problem of quantizing the gravitational field was still open.
In this work, we propose a new approach to Quantum Gravity. Starting from the generalization of the action function we have derived a theoretical background that leads toCited by: Quantum Gravity Meets Structuralism: Interweaving Relations in the Foundations of Physics. Dean Rickles & Steven French - - In Dean Rickles, Steven French & Juha T.
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Dean received his PhD from the University of Leeds, under the supervision of Steven French, with a thesis on conceptual issues in quantum gravity. He took up a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Calgary split between health sciences and philosophy), on the application of complex systems theory to population health.
The Structural Foundations of Quantum Gravity. By Carlo Rovelli. Topics: quantum gravity, book review, [ ] Physics [physics]/General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology [gr-qc] Publisher: IOP Publishing.
Year: Author: Carlo Rovelli. Quantum field theory is a powerful language for the description of the subatomic constituents of the physical world and the laws and principles that govern them. This book contains up-to-date in-depth analyses, by a group of eminent physicists and philosophers of science, of our present understanding of its conceptual foundations, of the reasons why this understanding has to be revised 5/5(1).
Time and Structure in Canonical Gravity.1 Dean Rickles Division of History & Philosophy of Science, University of Leeds. [email protected] An abridged version of this paper is to appear in Structural Foundations of Quantum Gravity.
This introductory chapter provides some of the technical and philosophical background to the issues discussed in this volume. Topics covered include the background, concepts and methods of quantum gravity; structuralism and structural realism.
This book is based on material taught to final-year physics undergraduates as part of the theoretical physics option at Imperial College.
After a self-contained introduction to the essential ideas of vector spaces and linear operators, a bridge is built between the concepts and mathematics of classical physics, and the new mathematical framework employed in quantum/5.
The Structural Foundations of Quantum Gravity. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 53 – Stanford, P. () “ Refusing the devil’s bargain: what kind of underdetermination should we take seriously?Cited by: Dean Rickles's main research interests lie in the general area of philosophy of physics, especially quantum gravity.
He recently coedited a book on The Structural Foundations of Quantum Gravity (Oxford University Press, ) and has a forthcoming edited philosophy of physics textbook: The Ashgate Companion to the New Philosophy of Physics.
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and K. Gavroglu and J. Renn, Springer, ), Written in an entertaining and user-friendly style and including more than one hundred exercises, this book is an ideal first course in quantum theory, foundations, and computation for students from undergraduate to PhD level, as well as an opportunity for researchers from a broad range of fields, from physics to biology, linguistics, and Cited by:.
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In-text.phenomenological quantum gravity is actually likely to give us in the near future. In a sense, one quantum gravity program has already met this challenge: Ashtekars () asymptotic quantization, in which only the gravitational in - and out- ﬁelds at null inﬁnity - i.e., at ℑ+ (scri-plus) and ℑ− (scri-minus) - Cited by: