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Of course it is impossible to write a math or science book without relying on previous publications. Below is a list of the materials used in the preparation of the manuscript. Hopefully, we have not forgotten to list anyone. Since those studying the subject will likely have the desire to purchase additional books, I have included my comments. Adler, R., Bazin, M., and Schiffer, M., Introduction to General Relativity, 2d ed., McGrawHill, New York, 1975. We relied heavily on this book for the development of the manuscript. Unfortunately it is out of print, which is really too bad. Although the presentation is a bit old fashioned, it includes some nice discussions on the Schwarzschild Copyright 2006 by The McGrawHill Companies, Inc. Click here for terms of use.
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solution and the Petrov classi cation. I also enjoy their use of Lagrangian methods throughout the text. Carlip, S., Quantum Gravity in 2 + 1 Dimensions, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1998. Carroll, S.M., An Introduction to General Relativity Spacetime and Geometry, AddisonWesley, San Francisco, 2004. This is a nice edition to the books in the eld that came out recently. Clearly written. Chandrasekhar, S., The Mathematical Theory of Black Holes, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1992. A good reference book that includes description of the NewmanPenrose formalism. Trying to read it cover to cover might induce a headache. D Inverno, R., Introducing Einstein s Relativity, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1992. A nice concise presentation that s a good place to start building mathematical background for the subject. s are relatively short. Grif ths, J.B., Colliding Plane Waves in General Relativity, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1991. A specialized book that we referenced for discussion of Petrov classi cation and the meaning of the Weyl scalars. More on the advanced side, but good if you are interested in gravitational waves. Hartle, J.B., Gravity: An Introduction to Einstein s General Relativity, AddisonWesley, San Francisco, 2002. Good for discussions on the physics with a slow and gentle introduction to the math. Also, some discussion of experimental/observational research like LIGO. Hartle would be a good compliment to this book since we took a more mathematical approach, and so you can nd what s missing from our book here. Hawking, S.W. and Ellis, G.F.R., The LargeScale Structure of Spacetime, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1973. Great read if you are more mathematically inclined. This is a personal favorite. Hughston, L.P. and Tod, K.P., An Introduction to General Relativity, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1990. Very slim volume, covers topics quickly in a few pages. It kind of has a mathematically formal prose.

