By Piotr T. Chrusciel, Jacek Jezierski, Jerzy Kijowski
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 any such framework extending the former paintings of Kijowski and Tulczyjew. they begin by way of reviewing a few uncomplicated evidence pertaining to Hamiltonian dynamical platforms 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 offers 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 function of the Trautman--Bondi mass is exhibited. A Hamiltonian definition of angular momentum at null infinity is derived and analysed.
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