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Modern Physics Letters A - Vol 19 No 11

Modern Physics Letters A - Vol 19 No 11 - Forum Physik

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Modern Physics Letters A
Vol. 19, No. 11 (10 April 2004)

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Contents:

Brief Review

The Observation Of Gravitational Waves From Space Using Lisa
Timothy J. Sumner and Diana N. A. Shaul

Research Papers

Stability Issues For Dark Energy
Paul H. Frampton

Pre-Inflation In The Presence Of Conformal Coupling
Apostolos Kuiroukidis and Demetrios B. Papadopoulos

Unavoidable Conflict Between Massive Gravity Models And Massive Topological Terms
Antonio Accioly And Marco Dias

A New Symmetric Expression Of Weyl Ordering
Kazuyuki Fujii And Tatsuo Suzuki

Open-Closed Duality: Lessons From Matrix Model
Ashoke Sen

The Dielectric Function Excited By pNN Tensor Coupling In Nuclear Matter
Hui Liu And Jia-Rong Li

Integrability And Action Function In Multi-Hamiltonian Systems
S. I. Muslih
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