Introducing Einstein's Relativity
by R. d'Inverno
There is little doubt that Einstein's theory of relativity captures the imagination. It is unrivalled in forming the basis of the way we view the universe and the many surprises that the theory has in store -- the characteristics of black holes, the prospect of detecting gravitational waves, and the sheer scope and profundity of current cosmology excite all students of rel...more
Paperback, 383 pages
Published June 18th 1992 by Oxford University Press, USA
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this book is ok but schutz's book is better. it does a pretty bad job of introducing tensors, i think. some of the exercises are good but there are too many that are very routine. i only read the first 150 or 200 pages though, so i guess keep that in mind.