By Piotr T. Chrusciel, Jacek Jezierski, Jerzy Kijowski

ISBN-10: 3540428844

ISBN-13: 9783540428848

The aim of this monograph is to teach that, within the radiation regime, there exists a Hamiltonian description of the dynamics of a massless scalar box, in addition to of the dynamics of the gravitational box. The authors build this sort of framework extending the former paintings of Kijowski and Tulczyjew. they begin through reviewing a few user-friendly proof touching on Hamiltonian dynamical structures after which describe the geometric Hamiltonian framework, sufficient for either the standard asymptotically flat-at-spatial-infinity regime and for the radiation regime. The textual content then supplies an in depth description of the applying of the recent formalism to the case of the massless scalar box. ultimately, the formalism is utilized to the case of Einstein gravity. The Hamiltonian position of the Trautman--Bondi mass is exhibited. A Hamiltonian definition of angular momentum at null infinity is derived and analysed.

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This proves the statement. In case Of Xtrans and Xboost the argument is slightly more involved: the divergence of XA equals the two-dimensional Laplacian of the function v. 0+. 74). 73) multiplied by X'. ,O], and H(X, -':5 0 U Y + convergent. 45) vanish precisely for the same they did when X was a time translation. This finishes the proof, that every one-parameter subgroup of the Poincar6 group generates a Hamiltonian dynamical system in and _00[-1,o]. 8 "Supertranslated" hyperbolae In the previous sections we have, for the sake of simplicity, restricted ourselves hypersurfaces -9' which are hyperbolae in Minkowski space-time.

The OW J, X) 1P=1-6 sin 0 dO d sin 0 dO dV Hamiltonian corresponding . + ,], x) = (-fiP-CXhL;;-+ the = X. 39) HP (X, X) dO d o S2 a rather general formalism, in which the or lack thereof was hidden in the formalism. 39) after integration. 41) 6X sin 0 dO dW Y(-00,01 Throughout the discussion above we have assumed that solutions of the wave equation, which are smooth on 1 1, exist, this question is discussed in detail in Appendix B. Using the information contained there, we are ready now to in which hyperboloids moving pass to the description of various phase spaces in 1 1 induce a Hamiltonian dynamical system.

We will actually proceed the other way round, first checking the convergence and/or the vanishing of the relevant integrals, to obtain a phase spaces should be defined. This will eventually lead to a of three possible phase spaces in Sects. 5 below. 5). + p2) I af a! 18) those which involve pw. 5) suggests that the integral the limit. 25) 46 4. Radiating scalar fields With this definition QY, with obtains one ((JIA J11), (92A J21)) (P,,, f,,) , a = 1, 2, related (J1P 62f J2P 611) dpdOd o by the formulae above.

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