1654-9163 (print) ISSN 2001-7235 (online)
The Abraham Zelmanov Journal
The journal for General Relativity, gravitation and cosmology
About the Journal
This journal is named after Abraham Zelmanov (1913-1987), a prominent scientist working in the General Theory of Relativity and cosmology, whose main goal was the mathematical apparatus for calculation of the physical observable quantities in the General Theory of Relativity (it is also known as the theory of chronometric invariants). He also developed the basics of the theory of an inhomogeneous anisotropic universe, and the classification of all possible models of cosmology which could be theoretically conceivable in the space-time of General Relativity (the Zelmanov classification). He also introduced the Anthropic Principle and the Infinite Relativity Principle in cosmology. A short biographic essay about Zelmanov is published in Volume 1 of the Journal (2008).
The main idea of this journal is to publish most creative works on relativity produced by the modern authors, and also the legacy of the classics which was unaccessed in English before. This journal therefore is targeted for submissions containing a valuable result in the General Theory of Relativity, gravitation, cosmology, and also the related themes from physics, mathematics, and astronomy. All submitted papers should be in good English, and be designed in LaTeX format using our LaTeX template. (The list of software needed to type LaTeX is shown on the right side of this page.) The typeset LaTeX file(s) should be submitted to the Editor.
This journal is a non-commercial, academic edition. It is printed from private donations (we are welcome to donations which could support the journal; contact the Editor for the current information on this subject). Upon publication, the authors of each paper will be sent 3 copies of the journal (the authors are requested to pay postal charges dependent on the location), whilst any academic library can register for the printed copies of the journal free of charge. To order printed issues, contact the Editor.
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This page also represents selected monographs, authored by the Authors of the Journal. Electronic copies of all the books are available for free download and re-distribution for any user free of charge, according to the copyright agreement printed in Page 2 of each book, which is according to the Budapest Open Initiative:
Pierre A. Millette. Elastodynamics of the Spacetime Continuum. 2nd expanded edition, American Research Press, Rehoboth (NM), 2019 [ Download ]
Pierre A. Millette. Elastodynamics of the Spacetime Continuum. American Research Press, Rehoboth (NM), 2017 [ Download ]
Larissa Borissova and Dmitri Rabounski. Inside Stars: A Theory of the Internal Constitution of Stars, and the Sources of Stellar Energy According to General Relativity. 2nd expanded edition, American Research Press, Rehoboth (NM), 2014 [ Download ]
Dmitri Rabounski et Larissa Borissova. Particules de l'Univers et au delà du Miroir. American Research Press, Rehoboth (NM), 2012 [ Download ]
Dmitri Rabounski and Larissa Borissova. Particles Here and Beyond the Mirror. 3rd expanded edition, American Research Press, Rehoboth (NM), 2012 [ Download ]
Larissa Borissova et Dmitri Rabounski. Champs, Vide, et Univers miroir. American Research Press, Rehoboth (NM), 2010 [ Download ]
Larissa Borissova and Dmitri Rabounski. Fields, Vacuum, and the Mirror Universe. 2nd edition in Russian, Svenska fysikarkivet, Stockholm, 2010 [ Download ]
Larissa Borissova and Dmitri Rabounski. Fields, Vacuum, and the Mirror Universe. 2nd edition, Svenska fysikarkivet, Stockholm, 2009 [ Download ]
Indranu Suhendro. Spin-Curvature and the Unification of Fields in a Twisted Space. Svenska fysikarkivet, Stockholm, 2008 [ Download ]
Bo Lehnert. A Revised Electromagnetic Theory with Fundamental Applications. Svenska fysikarkivet, Stockholm, 2008 [ Download ]
Abraham Zelmanov. Chronometric Invariants. Translated from the Russian, American Research Press, Rehoboth (NM), 2006 [ Download ]
Abraham Zelmanov. Chronometric Invariants. Original publication in Russian, American Research Press, Rehoboth (NM), 2006 [ Download ]
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