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On EinsteinHilbert Type Action
, 2001
"... The fundamental action of superongraviton model(SGM) of EinsteinHilbert type for spacetime and matter is written down explicitly in terms of the fields of the graviton and superons by using the affine connection formalism and the spin connection formalism. Some characteristic structures including ..."
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The fundamental action of superongraviton model(SGM) of EinsteinHilbert type for spacetime and matter is written down explicitly in terms of the fields of the graviton and superons by using the affine connection formalism and the spin connection formalism. Some characteristic structures
Einstein, Hilbert and Equations of Gravitation
, 2005
"... • The history of the equations of gravitational field is of particular interest because they are related to two famous names: Albert Einstein and David Hilbert, and because the circumstances of their invention bear sometimes almost detective character. One of the early references is the book “Einste ..."
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• The history of the equations of gravitational field is of particular interest because they are related to two famous names: Albert Einstein and David Hilbert, and because the circumstances of their invention bear sometimes almost detective character. One of the early references is the book
New EinsteinHilberttype Action and
, 2003
"... A nonlinear supersymmetric(NLSUSY) EinsteinHilbert(EH)type new action for unity of nature is obtained by performing the Einstein gravity analogue geomtrical arguments in high symmetry spacetime inspired by NLSUSY. The new action is unstable and breaks down spontaneously into EH action with matter ..."
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A nonlinear supersymmetric(NLSUSY) EinsteinHilbert(EH)type new action for unity of nature is obtained by performing the Einstein gravity analogue geomtrical arguments in high symmetry spacetime inspired by NLSUSY. The new action is unstable and breaks down spontaneously into EH action
Conformal Symmetries of the EinsteinHilbert Action on
 Horizons of Stationary and Axisymmetric Black Holes, arXiv:1108.3841 [hepth
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Extended gravity theories and the EinsteinHilbert action
, 1994
"... I discuss the relation between arbitrarily highorder theories of gravity and scalartensor gravity at the level of the field equations and the action. I show that (2n+4)order gravity is dynamically equivalent to BransDicke gravity with an interaction potential for the BransDicke field and n furth ..."
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further scalar fields. This scalartensor action is then conformally equivalent to the EinsteinHilbert action with n + 1 scalar fields. This clarifies the nature and extent of the conformal equivalence between extended gravity theories and general relativity with many scalar fields. Over recent years
THE EINSTEINHILBERT ACTION WITH COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT AS A FUNCTIONAL OF GENERIC FORM
, 2013
"... The EinsteinHilbert action with cosmological constant as a functional of generic form by ..."
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The EinsteinHilbert action with cosmological constant as a functional of generic form by
New EinsteinHilbert Type Action for Unity of Nature ∗
, 2001
"... A new EinsteinHilbert(EH) type (SGM) action is obtained by performing the Einstein gravity analogue geomtrical arguments in high symmetric (SGM) spacetime. All elementary particles except graviton are regarded as the eigenstates of SO(10) superPoincaré algebra(SPA) and composed of the fundamental ..."
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A new EinsteinHilbert(EH) type (SGM) action is obtained by performing the Einstein gravity analogue geomtrical arguments in high symmetric (SGM) spacetime. All elementary particles except graviton are regarded as the eigenstates of SO(10) superPoincaré algebra(SPA) and composed
Dynamics of Extended Objects: the EinsteinHilbert Drop
, 2004
"... The EinsteinHilbert worldspace action is used to investigate the dynamics of extended object. In the RobertsonWalker worldspace, this is seen to introduce a pressureless density which could contribute to dark matter. Such pressureless energy density, present from the very beginning, should have en ..."
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The EinsteinHilbert worldspace action is used to investigate the dynamics of extended object. In the RobertsonWalker worldspace, this is seen to introduce a pressureless density which could contribute to dark matter. Such pressureless energy density, present from the very beginning, should have
KLT relations from the EinsteinHilbert Lagrangian,” Phys
 Lett. B 652
"... The KawaiLewellenTye (KLT) relations derived from string theory tell us that perturbative gravity amplitudes are the “square ” of the corresponding amplitudes in gauge theory. Starting from the lightcone Lagrangian for pure gravity we make these relations manifest The KawaiLewellenTye (KLT) rel ..."
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The KawaiLewellenTye (KLT) relations derived from string theory tell us that perturbative gravity amplitudes are the “square ” of the corresponding amplitudes in gauge theory. Starting from the lightcone Lagrangian for pure gravity we make these relations manifest The KawaiLewellenTye (KLT) relations relate treelevel amplitudes in closed and open string theories [1]. In the field theory limit the KLT relations, for three and fourpoint amplitudes, reduce to 1 M tree
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