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Stationary, axi-symmetric Einstein field equations in higher dimensions: harmonic mappings uniqueness of solutions and inverse scattering tranform technique
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1988
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Karasu, Atalay
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Einstein field equations
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Symmetry (Physics)
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Stationary processes
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Inverse scattering transform
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Harmonic maps.
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https://hdl.handle.net/11511/11338
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A. Karasu, “Stationary, axi-symmetric Einstein field equations in higher dimensions: harmonic mappings uniqueness of solutions and inverse scattering tranform technique,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1988.