The Physical Interpretation of the Lanczos Tensor

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Roberts, Mark D.;
(1999)

The field equations of general relativity can be written as first order differential equations in the Weyl tensor, the Weyl tensor in turn can be written as a first order differential equation in a three index tensor called the Lanczos tensor. The Lanczos tensor plays a... View more
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