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This book provides a definitive proof of global nonlinear stability of Minkowski space-time as a solution of the Einstein-Klein-Gordon equations of general relativity. Along the way, a novel robust analytical framework is developed...

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Astronomical sources generate GWs with amplitudes around m as they pass Earth. Thus, particles separated by 1000km oscillate with amplitudes of about m, comparable to a large atomic nucleus. The Laser Interferometer Gravitational wave Observatory, LIGO, was designed to detect gravitational waves directly. The detection of GWs in 2015 by LIGO was a triumph of modern technology and a dramatic confirmation of general relativity.

The aim is to present general relativity to undergraduate mathematics students in a mathematically rigorous fashion, and so it first develops all the needed differential geometry (assuming familiarity with linear algebra and multivariable calculus). A pdf file of some chapters can be found on the publisher's website above. Also a google preview is linked here .

My motivation for writing this book, in 1991 and now, was to present quantum field theory as a conceptual framework to understand problems in condensed matter physics that cannot be described perturbatively, and hence do not admit a straightforward reduction to some non-interacting problem. In essence, almost all interesting problems in condensed matter physics have this character. Two prime examples of problems of this type in condensed matter physics that developed in the late 1980s, and even more so in the 1990s, are the understanding of high-temperature superconductors and the quantum Hall effects. In both areas field theory played (and plays) a central role. If anything, the use of these ideas has become widespread and increasingly plays a key role. It was lucky that the first edition of this book appeared at just about the right time, even though this meant that I had to miss out on research that was and still is important. This was probably the only time that I was on time, as people who know me can relate. Much has happened since the first edition appeared in print. The problem of the quantum Hall effects has developed into a full-fledged framework to understand topological phases of matter. Although it is still an unsolved problem, the research in high-temperature superconductors (and similar problems) has motivated theorists to look for new ways to think of these problems, and the ideas of quantum field theory have played a central role. The concepts, and subtleties, of gauge theory have come to play a key role in many areas, particularly in frustrated quantum magnetism. The interactions between condensed matter and other areas of physics, particularly high-energy physics and string theory, have become more important. Concepts in topology and other areas of mathematics rarely frequented by condensed matter physicists have also entered the field with full force. More recent developments have seen the incorporation of ideas of general relativity and quantum entanglement into the field.