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SYMMETRIC SPACE PROPERTY AND AN INVERSE SCATTERING FORMULATION OF THE SAS EINSTEIN-MAXWELL FIELD-EQUATIONS
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1984-01-01
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ERIS, A
GURSES, M
Karasu, Atalay
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We formulate stationary axially symmetric (SAS) Einstein–Maxwell fields in the framework of harmonic mappings of Riemannian manifolds and show that the configuration space of the fields is a symmetric space. This result enables us to embed the configuration space into an eight‐dimensional flat manifold and formulate SAS Einstein–Maxwell fields as a σ‐model. We then give, in a coordinate free way, a Belinskii–Zakharov type of an inverse scattering transform technique for the field equations supplemented by a reduction scheme similar to that of Zakharov–Mikhailov and Mikhailov–Yarimchuk.
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Statistical and Nonlinear Physics
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https://hdl.handle.net/11511/57893
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JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
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https://doi.org/10.1063/1.526320
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A. ERIS, M. GURSES, and A. Karasu, “SYMMETRIC SPACE PROPERTY AND AN INVERSE SCATTERING FORMULATION OF THE SAS EINSTEIN-MAXWELL FIELD-EQUATIONS,”
JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
, pp. 1489–1495, 1984, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/57893.