relativistic theory

relativistic theory

[‚rel·ə·tə′vis·tik ′thē·ə·rē]
(physics)
Any theory which is consistent with the special or general theory of relativity.
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To quantize our relativistic theory we need to find quantum realization of highly nonlinear classical brackets (247)-(251).
The researchers found that while relativistic theory only allows a single species of Weyl fermions to exist, in condensed matter solids two physically distinct Weyl fermions are possible.
They cover the general relativistic two-body problem, Hamiltonian dynamics of spinning compact binaries through high post-Newtonian approximations, the covariant theory of the post-Newtonian equations of motion of extended bodies, the DSX-framework, the general relativistic theory of light propagation in multipolar gravitational fields, the back-reaction problem in cosmology, and post-Newtonian approximations in cosmology, ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
A Theory of the Internal Constitution of Stars, and the Sources of Stellar Energy According to General Relativity" by Larissa Borissova and Dmitri Rabounski [1] provides a general relativistic theory of the internal constitution of liquid stars.
It should be noted that most of the above results are based on predictions specific to TeVeS, and not a general relativistic theory of MOND.
3) Mega-object--Macro-view (a situation when the means of Relativistic Theory should be appealed to),
Some of the contributors have plainly had enough of postmodernism and are prepared to dance grimly on the grave of any relativistic theory that reduces willed human agency; a few proceed to deconstruct their subjects' subjectivity with a blithe disregard for the humanist point of view.
In Chapter 5, Kilmister describes the shock experienced by Eddington in 1928 when Dirac proposed his relativistic theory of the electron.
Schramm, however, notes that black holes emerge as a natural consequence of Einstein's relativistic theory of gravitation and that their existence needn't be avoided.
They believe that Herder's simultaneously progressive and relativistic theory of culture has a particular resonance in a post-modern age: 'It is the problematization of rationality and subjectivism as the traditional guarantors of unity and closure that link our postmodern constellation with the Enlightenment and its critics.
In such a case, according to both classical and relativistic theory of fields, the density of the EMB is inversely proportional to the field volume
Four-component molecular methods are then developed, with emphasis on the basics of relativistic theory and how relativistic theory differs from nonrelativistic theory.

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