Vector Analysis and the Theory of Relativity
by Francis Dominic Murnaghan
Publisher: Johns Hopkins press 1922
Number of pages: 156
This monograph is the outcome of a short course of lectures delivered, during the summer of 1920, to members of the graduate department of mathematics of The Johns Hopkins University. Considerations of space have made it somewhat condensed in form, but it is hoped that the mode of presentation is sufficiently novel to avoid some of the difficulties of the subject.
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