advanced_tools:minkowski_metric

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====== Minkowski Metric ====== | ====== Minkowski Metric ====== | ||

- | //see also [[theories:special_relativity]]// | + | //see also [[models:special_relativity]]// |

<tabbox Intuitive> | <tabbox Intuitive> | ||

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\begin{equation} | \begin{equation} | ||

\begin{gathered} | \begin{gathered} | ||

- | (g_{\mu\nu})_{\mu,\nu}=\left( \begin{matrix} | + | g_{\mu\nu}=\left( \begin{matrix} |

1 & 0 & 0 & 0\cr | 1 & 0 & 0 & 0\cr | ||

0 & -1 & 0 & 0\cr | 0 & -1 & 0 & 0\cr | ||

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<tabbox Abstract> | <tabbox Abstract> | ||

- | The Minkowski metric is the correct mathematical tool that tells us how far two events are away from each other in [[theories:special_relativity|special relativity]]. | + | The Minkowski metric is the correct mathematical tool that tells us how far two events are away from each other in [[models:special_relativity|special relativity]]. |

<tabbox Why is it interesting?> | <tabbox Why is it interesting?> | ||

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