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    Title: ASYMPTOTIC ANTI-DE SITTER CONDITIONS FOR POINCARE GAUGE-THEORY
    Authors: TUNG RS;CHANG CH;CHERN DC;NESTER JM
    教師: 張存續
    Date: 1992
    Publisher: Publication Office of Progress of Theoretical Physics
    Relation: PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS, Publication Office of Progress of Theoretical Physics, Volume 88, Issue 2, AUG 1992, Pages 291-305
    Keywords: WEAK-FIELD APPROXIMATION
    MASSLESS TORSION FIELDS
    FUNDAMENTAL PARTICLES
    LINEAR-APPROXIMATION
    ANGULAR-MOMENTUM
    ENERGY-MOMENTUM
    GRAVITY
    SPECTRUM
    COMPUTER
    LIMITS
    Abstract: We find conditions on the ten parameters of the Poincare Gauge Theory of Gravity which are necessary for solutions with an asymptotically anti-de Sitter metric and asymptotically constant Riemann-Cartan curvature or asymptotically constant torsion.
    URI: http://www2.yukawa.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~ptpwww/index.html
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