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Geometry of Constrained Dynamical Systems
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Many of the fundamental theories of modern physics can be considered as descriptions of dynamical systems subjected to constraints. The study of these constrained dynamical systems, in particular the problems encountered in formulating them as quantum systems, has many profound links with geometry. These links were explored in the Symposium on Geometry and Gravity, held at the Newton Institute in 1994. This book arose from a conference held during that symposium, and is a collection of papers devoted to problems such as Chern–Simons theory, sigma-models, gauge invariance and loop quantization, general relativity and the notion of time and quantum gravity. They present a lively, varied and topical perspective on this important branch of theoretical physics, from some of the leading authorities in the subject.

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Review of the hardback:‘Overall the book is interesting, provides a snapshot of the research in this field and a useful reference tool, that can replace scattered searching through the literature in the journals.’

C. Rovelli Source: Classical & Quantum Gravity

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