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Minkowski

Hermann . 1864--1909, German mathematician, born in Russia. His concept of a four-dimensional space-time continuum (1907) proved crucial for the general theory of relativity developed by Einstein
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For this purpose, (Korpinar & Demirkol, 2017) characterized the energy of a particle in Minkowski space [E.sup.4.sub.1] for alternative parallel frame created firstly by R.
Timelike, spacelike, and lightlike vectors are important for the Minkowski space [E.sup.3.sub.1].
In Section 5, on the basis of the dual Minkowski inequality for the Orlicz mean dual affine quermassintegrals, we establish a dual Orlicz-Brunn-Minkowski inequality for the dual mixed mean affine quermassintegrals.
The flat spacetime of relativity, called Minkowski space, distinguishes vectors into three categories space-like, light-like, and time-like.
In this section we discuss all the possible conformal Minkowski plane symmetric static spacetimes
Pinchas Minkowski's sour feelings about Sulzer blend the personal and the general.
Physical space-time is considered to be a causal structure which is locally isomorphic to Minkowski space.
In these studies, classical or quantum field theories are defined and characterized after replacing the ordinary Minkowski background with some noncommutative algebra of coordinates.
Cointegration cointegrating vector long-run equilibrium relationship Minkowski metric Engle-Granger methodology Johansen's cointegration method
At the beginning of the twentieth century Einstein's theory opened a door to new geometries such as Minkowski space-time, which is simultaneously the geometry of special relativity and the geometry induced on each fixed tangent space of an arbitrary Lorentzian manifold.