Einstein's theory of general relativity tells us that gravity is the result of space-time
being warped by the mass of celestial objects.
So we can qualitatively say that if = ms/t, then mass and space-time
are much more closely linked, since they are on the same side of the equation, compared to energy.
The data is then cleaned, analyzed and correlated with enterprise, operational and external data using Space-Time
They are ripples in space-time
that propagate as waves.
The LIGO instruments are capable of sensing space-time
distortions as small as one-thousandth the diameter of a proton.
According to the General Theory of Relativity, a heavy mass - such as our own Earth - warps the space-time
fabric around it as shown in the above image.
which is generalized Robertson-Walker (GRW) space-time
notion introduced by Alias et al.
Collaborating with industry leaders such as SMUD and Space-Time
Insight enables us to meet and exceed the needs of utilities, their end users and regulators.
Insight: Advanced analytics and visualization
Midwest Book Review recommends Leonard Seet's novel Meditation on Space-Time
as “a strong pick” with “plenty of humor about life.
On March 12, National Geographic Channel and FOX will simultaneously air "Cosmos: A Space-Time
Odyssey" that attempts to "change the way human beings think of astronomical events and our place in the universe.
The multiple input multiple output (MIMO) technique [1-4] can improve performance in fading channels through space-time
The central tenant of general relativity is that gravity is a pseudo-force due to the curvature of space-time
of Civil Aviation, Russia) discusses the scope of classical relativity and beyond, phase space-time
as a model of physical reality, and optic-metrical parametric resonance--to the testing of the anisotropic geometrodynamics.
i) Spatio-temporal interpolation without accounting for covariates is done by using ordinary space-time