Table of contents for Advances in the interplay between quantum and gravity physics / edited by Peter G. Bergmann and Venzo de Sabbata.


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Preface  ...........................................................................................................................V II
Quantum Information and Quantum Black Holes .............................................................1
Jacob D. Bekenstein
Atomic Clocks and Atom Interferometry ........................................................................27
Christian J. Borde
Canonical Gravity and Mach's Principle: Kinematic and Dynamic Solutions
of the   Space   Problem  ......................................................................................................57
Horst-Heino von Borzeszkowski and Hans-Jurgen Treder
Radiation    and   Gravitation  ...............................................................................................77
Michael J. Clark
Torsion and Curvature as Commutator for Quantum Gravity .........................................85
Venzo de Sabbata, Luca Ronchetti and Alfred Yu
Experimental Perspectives on the Interplay between Quantum and Gravity Physics ....103
George T. Gillies and C.S. Unnikrishnan
Quantum Physics-motivated Measurements and Interpretation of Newtonian
Gravitational Constant ..................................................................................................123
George T. Gillies and C.S. Unnikrishnan
Recent Advances in Stochastic Gravity: Theory and Issues ..........................................133
Bei-Lok Hu and E. Verdaguer
Quantum Cosmology: New Results and Prospects ........................................................219
Alexander Yu. Kamenshchik
Normal mode Quantization of Relativistic scalar Fields in an Einstein Elevator ..........243
Arthur Komar
Geometric Algebra, Dirac Wavefunctions and Black Holes .........................................251
Antony N. Lasenby and C.J.L. Doran
Modem Trends in Multidimensional Gravity and Cosmology ......................................285
V.R.Gravilov and Vitaly N. Melnikov



Quantum Systems in weak Gravitational Fields ............................................................317
Giorgio Papini
Laboratory Searches for Effects beyond Classical Gravity ...........................................339
Roger C. Ritter and George T. Gillies
Prospects for a Test or Measurement of (G-dot)/G by a SEE
(Satellite Energy Exchange) Mission .............................................................................353
Alvin J. Sanders and George T. Gillies
Lagrangian Description of Duality-Symmetric Fields ..................................................365
Dmitri Sorokin
The Cosmological Influence on Matter (Cosmic Objects, Dark Matter and
Particles) predicted by the 5-dimensional Projective Unified Field Theory ..................387
Ernst Schmutzer
Ettore Majorana and Matvei Bronstein (1906-1938): Men and Scientists ....................435
Yu.P. Stepanovsky
Dualism between Space-Time and Matter analyzed from Epistemological
Point of View  ................................................................................................................459
Renate Wahsner
The Thermodynamics of Black Holes ...........................................................................477
Robert Manuel Wald
Black Holes with Hair  ...................................................................................................523
Erick J. Weinberg
Subject Index   ...............................................................................................................545









Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Quantum gravity Congresses, Astrophysics Congresses