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16 September 2019
 
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Monodromy transform approach to solution of the Ernst equations in General Relativity
G.A.Alekseev ;
Date 27 Dec 1999
Subject General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology; Mathematical Physics; Exactly Solvable and Integrable Systems | gr-qc math-ph math.MP nlin.SI solv-int
AbstractThe approach, referred to as "monodromy transform", provides some general base for solution of all known integrable space - time symmetry reductions of Einstein equations for the case of pure vacuum gravitational fields, in the presence of gravitationally interacting massless fields, as well as for some string theory induced gravity models. In this communication we present the key points of this approach, applied to Einstein equations for vacuum and to Einstein - Maxwell equations for electrovacuum fields in the cases, reducible to the known Ernst equations. Definition of the monodromy data, formulation and solution of the direct and inverse problems of the monodromy transform, a proof of existence and uniqueness of their solutions, the structure of the basic linear singular integral equations and their regularizations, which lead to the equations of (quasi-)Fredholm type are also discussed. A construction of general local solution of these equations is given in terms of homogeneously convergent functional series.
Source arXiv, gr-qc/9912109
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