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13/01/2011 - 10:20 von WM | Report spam
Krieg der Frösche und der Màuse (42)

According to the commonly accepted view, David Hilbert completed the
general theory of relativity at least 5 days before Albert Einstein
submitted his conclusive paper an this theory on 25 November 1915.
Hilbert's article, bearing the date of submission 20 November 1915 but
published only on 31 March 1916, presents a generally covariant theory
of gravitation, including field equations essentially equivalent to
those in Einstein's paper. A close analysis of archival material
reveals that Hilbert did not anticipate Einstein; The first set of
proofs of Hilbert's paper shows that the theory he originally
submitted is not generally covariant and does not include the explicit
form of the field equations of general relativity.

[L. Corry; J. Renn; J. Stachel: "Belated decision in the Hilbert-
Einstein priority dispute", Science 278 (1997) 1270-1273]
http://www.garfield.library.upenn.e...12342.html

Gruß, WM
 

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#1 karl
13/01/2011 - 10:24 | Warnen spam
Am 13.01.2011 10:20, schrieb WM:
Krieg der Frösche und der Màuse (42)

According to the commonly accepted view, David Hilbert completed the
general theory of relativity at least 5 days before Albert Einstein
submitted his conclusive paper an this theory on 25 November 1915.
Hilbert's article, bearing the date of submission 20 November 1915 but
published only on 31 March 1916, presents a generally covariant theory
of gravitation, including field equations essentially equivalent to
those in Einstein's paper. A close analysis of archival material
reveals that Hilbert did not anticipate Einstein; The first set of
proofs of Hilbert's paper shows that the theory he originally
submitted is not generally covariant and does not include the explicit
form of the field equations of general relativity.

[L. Corry; J. Renn; J. Stachel: "Belated decision in the Hilbert-
Einstein priority dispute", Science 278 (1997) 1270-1273]
http://www.garfield.library.upenn.e...12342.html

Gruß, WM





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