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Selected Publications by LEONARD PARKER ------------------------------ * On the Magnetic Moment of a Charged Particle in a Changing Magnetic Field, Nuovo Cimento 408 99 (1965). * Equivalence Principle and Motion of a Gyroscope, Physical Review 175, 1658 (1968). * Motion in a Schwarzschild Field I. Precession of a Moving Gyroscope, American Journal of Physics 37, 309 (1969). * Faster-Than-Light Inertl Review 188, 2287 (1969). * Special Relativity and Diagonal Transformations (with G. Schmieg), American Journal of Physics 38, 218 (1970). * Quantized Matter Fields and the Avoidance of Singularities in General Relativity (with S. A. Fulling), Physical Review D7, 2357 (1973). * Metric of Two Spinning Charged Sources in Equilibrium (with R. Ruffini and D. Wilkins), Physical Review D7, 2874 (1973). * Quantized Scalar Fields in a Closed Anisotropic Universe (with B. L. Hu and S. A. Fulling), Physical Review D8, 2377 (1973). * Adiabatic Regularization of the Energy-Momentum Tensor of a Quantized Field in Homogeneous Spaces (with S. A. Fulling), Physical Review D9, 341 (1974). * Renormalization in the Theory of a Quantized Scalar Field Interacting With a Robertson-Walker Spacetime (with S. A. Fulling), Annals of Physics (N.Y.) 87, 176-203 (1974). * Adiabatic Analysis and Renormalization in Semiclassical Gravitation Theory (with S. A. Fulling), Bulletin American Physical Society 19 108 (1974). * Conformal Energy-Momentum Tensor in Curved Space-Time: Adiabatic Regularization and Renormalization (with S. A. Fulling and B. L. Hu), Physical Review D10, 3905 (1974). * Solution of the Einstein-Maxwell Equations for Two Unequal Spinning Sources in Equilibrium (with R. A. Kobiske), Physical Review D10, 2321 (1974). * The Interaction of Gravity with Quantized Fields (with S. A. Fulling), award winning essay, Gravity Research Foundation Awards, 1974. * New Developments in the Theory of Gravity Interacting With a Quantized Field, Journal of General Relativity and Gravitation 6, 21 (1975). * Nonlinear Gravitational Effects and Magnetic Monopoles, Physical Review Letters 34, 412 (1975). * Quantized Fields and Particle Creation in Curved Space-Time (66 pages), in Proceedings of the Second Latin American Symposium on Relativity and Gravitation (Universidad Simon Bolivar, Caracas, 1976). * The Production of Elementary Particles by Strong Gravitational Fields (120 pages), in Proceedings of the Symposium on Asymptotic Properties of Space-Time (Plenum Publishing Corp., New York, 1977), editors, P. Esposito and L. Witten. * Angular Momentum and Dirac Charge Quantization in Curved Spacetime, (with J. Friedman and S. Mayer), Physical Review D17, 1957 (1978). * Applied Quantum Gravity: Applications of the Semiclassical Theory, in On the Path of Albert Einstein, edited by B. Kursunoglu, A. Perlmutter, and L. F. Scott (Plenum Press, New York, 1979), pp. 145-166. * Quantized Matter Fields ... (with S. A. Fulling), reprinted in Cosmology, Selected Reprints, edited by L. C. Shepley and A. A. Strassenburg (American Association of Physics Teachers, Stony Brook, N.Y., 1979). * On Renormalization of phi^4 Field Theory in Curved Spacetime I, (with T. S. Bunch and P. Panangaden), Journal of Physics A13, 901 (1980) * One-Electron Atom in Curved Spacetime, Physical Review Letters 44, 1559 (1980). * The One-Electron Atom as a Probe of Spacetime Curvature, Physical Review D22, 1922 (1980). * Self-Forces and Atoms in Gravitational Fields, Physical Review D24, 535 (1981). * The Atom as a Probe of Curved Spacetime, Journal of General Relativity and Gravitation 13, 307 (1981). * Gravitational Perturbation of the Hydrogen Spectrum (with L. O. Pimentel), Physical Review D25, 3180 (1982). * Quantum Gravity 2 (book review), Science 217, 346 (1982). * Remote Quantum Mechanical Detection of Gravitational Radiation, (with T. K. Leen and L. O. Pimentel), General Relativity and Gravitation 15, 761-776 (1983). * Renormalization and Scaling of Non-Abelian Gauge Fields in Curved Space-Time, in Gauge Theory and Gravitation, edited by K. Kikkawa, N. Nakanishi, and H. Nariai (Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1983), pp. 96-100. * Gravitational Perturbations of the Hydrogen Atom, in Proceedings of the Third Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, edited by Hu Ning (Science Press and North-Holland Publishing Co., New York, 1983). * Effective Couplings at High Curvature, in Proceedings of the Workshop on Induced Gravitation, Erice, Italy (Sept. 1983). * Renormalization Group Analysis of Grand Unified Theories in Curved Spacetime (with D. J. Toms), Physical Review D29, 1584-1608 (1984). * Effective Couplings of Grand Unified Theories in Curved Spacetime, (with D. J. Toms), Physical Review Letters 52, 1269 (1984). * Some Cosmological Aspects of Quantum Gravity, in Quantum Theory of Gravity, edited by S. M. Christensen (Adam Hilger Ltd., Bristol, 1984), pp. 89-102 (invited paper for volume in honor of 60th birthday of B. S. DeWitt). * Curvature Dependence of Renormalized Coupling Constants, Foundations of Physics 14, 1121 (1984) (invited paper for issue in honor of 75th birthday of Nathan Rosen). * Effective Coupling Constants and GUT's in the Early Universe, in Inner Space/Outer Space, The Interface Between Cosmology and Particle Physics, edited by E. W. Kolb et al. (University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1985). * Models of Rapidly Rotating Neutron Stars (with J. L. Friedman anJ. R. Ipser), Nature 312, 255 (1984). * Gravity and Grand Unified Theories (with D. J. Toms), General Relativity and Gravitation 17, 167 (1985). * New Form for the Coincidence Limit of Feynman Propagator, or Heat Kernel, in Curved Spacetime (with D. J. Toms), Physical Review D31, 953 (Rapid Communications) (1985). * Explicit Curvature Dependence of Coupling Constants (with D. J. Toms), Physical Review D31, 2424 (1985). * Proof of Summed Form of Proper-Time Expansion for Propagator in Curved Space-Time (with I. Jack), Physical Review D31, 2439 (1985). * Curvature-Induced Asymptotic Freedom (with E. Calzetta and I. Jack), Physical Review Letters 55, 1241 (1985). * Renormalization Group and Nonlocal Terms in the Curved-Spacetime Effective Action (with D. J. Toms), Physical Review D32, 1409 (1985). * Rapidly Rotating Neutron Star Models (with J. L. Friedman and J. R. Ipser), Astrophysical Journal 304, 115-139 (1986). * Quantum Gauge Fields at High Curvature (with E. Calzetta and I. Jack), Physical Review D33, 953-977 (1986). * Renormalization Group Methods in Curved Spacetime (with D. J. Toms) in Quantum Field Theory and Quantum Statistics, edited by I. A. Batalin, C. J. Isham, and G. A. Vilkowisky (invited paper for volume in honor of 60th birthday of Soviet Physicist E. J. Fradkin) (Adam Hilger Ltd., Bristol, 1988). * Gravitational Particle Production in the Formation of Cosmic Strings, Phys. Rev. Letters 59, 1369 (1987). * Gravitational Singularities and Two-Body Interactions, in Nonlinear Phenomena in Relativity and Cosmology, editors, J. R. Buchler et al. (New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 631, New York, 1991), 31-39. * Ultrarelativistic Bose-Einstein Condensation in the Einstein Universe and Energy Conditions (with Yang Zhang), Phys. Rev. D44, 2421-2431 (1991). * Relativistic Condensate as a Source for Inflation (with Yang Zhang), Phys. Rev. D47, 416 (1993) . * Einstein Equations with Quantum Corrections Reduced to Second Order, Phys. Rev. D47, 1339 (1993) (with J. Simon). * Physical Solutions of Semiclassical General Relativistic Models with Quantum Corrrections, in Topics on Quantum Gravity and Beyond, Essays in Honor of Louis Witten on His Retirement, editors, F. Mansouri and J. J. Scanio, (World Scientific, Singapore, 1994). * Atomic Spectra in the Gravitational Field of a Collapsing Prolate Spheroid (with D. Vollick and I. Redmount), Phys. Rev. D (submitted 1994) . * Physical Distinction Among Alternative Vacuum States in Flat Spacetime (with S. Winters-Hilt and I. Redmount), Phys. Rev. D (submitted 1994). ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Publications by Matt Visser (email@example.com) http://www.physics.wustl.edu/~visser/homepage.html Charge nonconserving decays in ordinary matter. Physical Review D24 (1981) 2542--2544. Concerning the mass of the photon. Physics Letters B109 (1982) 373--374. Aspects of supersymmetry breaking. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report, LBL--18189, September 1984. [Ph.D. Thesis] The topological degree for supersymmetric chiral models. Physical Review D32 (1985) 510--512. Some generalizations of the O'Raifeartaigh model. Journal of Physics A18 (1985) L979--L982. An exotic class of Kaluza--Klein models. Physics Letters B158 (1985) 22--25. A supergravity model without elementary gauge singlets. Physics Letters B160 (1985) 77--80. Number of massless fermion families in superstring theory. With Itzhak Bars Physics Letters B163 (1985) 118--122. Tuning the cosmological constant in N=1 supergravity. Physics Letters B165 (1985) 289--291. Tree level mass spectra in the observable sector. Nuclear Physics B271 (1986) 53--60. Fermion families in superstring theory. With Itzhak Bars Proceedings of the Oregon meeting, 1985 Annual meeting of the Division of Particles and Fields of the American Physical Society, edited by: R. Hwa, (World Scientific, Singapore, 1986), pp. 829--834. Feeble intermediate range forces from higher dimensions. With Itzhak Bars Physical Review Letters 57 (1986) 25--28. Feeble forces and gravity. With Itzhak Bars General Relativity and Gravitation 19 (1987) 219--223. [This essay was awarded Second Prize in the 1986 Essay Competition sponsored by the Gravity Research Foundation.] Feeble forces. With Itzhak Bars in: Proceedings of the 23'rd International Conference in High Energy Physics, Berkeley, July 1986, edited by: S. C. Loken, (World Scientific, Singapore, 1987), volume 2, pp. 1032--1037. A guide to data in elementary particle physics. (as part of the Berkeley Particle Data Group collaboration) Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report, LBL-- 90 (Revised), UC--34D, September 1986. Is the `missing mass' really missing? General Relativity and Gravitation 20 (1988) 77--81. [This essay was awarded an honorable mention in the 1987 Essay Competition sponsored by the Gravity Research Foundation.] Determinants of conformal wave operators in four dimensions. With Steve Blau and Andreas Wipf Physics Letters B209 (1988) 209--213. Zeta functions and the Casimir energy. With Steve Blau and Andreas Wipf) Nuclear Physics B310 (1988) 163--180. Determinants, Dirac operators, and one--loop physics. With Steve Blau and Andreas Wipf International Journal of Modern Physics A4 (1989) 1467--1484. A classical model for the electron. Physics Letters A139 (1989) 99--102. Traversable wormholes: Some simple examples. Physical Review D39 (1989) 3182-- 3184. Traversable wormholes from surgically modified Schwarzschild spacetimes. Nuclear Physics B328 (1989) 203--212. Wormholes, baby universes, and causality. Physical Review D41 (1990) 1116-- 1124. Quantum mechanical stabilization of Minkowski signature wormholes. Physics Letters B242 (1990) 24--28. [Based on a talk given at the `Wormshop', Fermilab, May 1989.] Quantum wormholes in Lorentzian signature. in: Proceedings of the Rice meeting, 1990 meeting of the Division of Particles and Fields of the American Physical Society, edited by: B. Bonner and H. Miettinen, (World Scientific, Singapore, 1990), volume 2, pp. 858--860. Canonically quantized gravity: Disentangling the supermomentum and superhamiltonian constraints. Physical Review D42 (1990) 1964--1972. Quantum wormholes. Physical Review D43 (1991) 402--409. Wheeler--DeWitt quantum gravity in (2+1) dimensions. in: Beyond the Standard Model II: Proceedings of the International Conference in High Energy Physics, Norman, Oklahoma, 1--3 November 1990, edited by: K. A. Milton, R. Kantowski, and M. A. Samuel, (World Scientific, Singapore, 1991), pp. 354--359. Wheeler wormholes and topology change: A minisuperspace analysis. Modern Physics Letters A6 (1991) 2663--2667. [Based on an essay that was awarded an honorable mention in the 1990 Essay Competition sponsored by the Gravity Research Foundation.] Analytic results for the effective action. With Steve Blau and Andreas Wipf International Journal of Modern Physics A6 (1991) 5409--5433. Dirty black holes: Thermodynamics and horizon structure. Physical Review D46 (1992) 2445--2451. >From wormhole to time machine: Remarks on Hawking's chronology protection conjecture. Physical Review D47 (1993) 554--565. van Vleck determinants: Geodesic focussing and defocussing in Lorentzian spacetimes. Physical Review D47 (1993) 2395--2402. Hawking radiation: A particle physics perspective. Modern Physics Letters A8 (1993) 1661--1670. Dirty black holes: Entropy versus area. Physical Review D48 (1993) 583--591. Dirty black holes: Entropy as a surface term. Physical Review D48 (1993) 5697- -5705. Lateral wave contributions to the low--altitude radar propagation factor. With Gerald Gilbert and Eric Raiten Radio Science 29 (1994) 483--494. Hawking's chronology protection conjecture: Singularity structure of the quantum stress--energy tensor. Nuclear Physics B416 (1994) 895--906. van Vleck determinants: Traversable wormhole spacetimes. Physical Review D49 (1994) 3963--3980. Natural wormholes as gravitational lenses. With John Cramer, Robert Forward, Michael Morris, Gregory Benford, and Geoffrey Landis Physical Review D51 (1995) 3117--3120. Scale anomalies imply violation of the averaged null energy condition. Physics Letters B349 (1995) 443--447. Lorentzian Wormholes --- from Einstein to Hawking. Full length technical monograph. American Institute of Physics Press, July 1995. Acoustic propagation in fluids: An unexpected example of Lorentzian geometry. gr-qc/9311028; gr- firstname.lastname@example.org. Submitted for publication. Thin-shell wormholes: Linearization stability With Eric Poisson) gr-qc/9506083; email@example.com Submitted for publication. New book by Matt Visser. Published 1995 "Lorentzian Wormholes---from Einstein to Hawking", by Matt Visser (Washington University in St. Louis). American Institute of Physics Press (Woodbury, New York). ISBN 1-56396-394-9 412 pages (including index and 38 figures); hardback; US$59.00 (US$47.20 for APS/AIP members). To order---Voice: 1-800-809-2247; FAX: 1-802-864-7626. Table of contents: Chapter 0 Preface vii Part i --- Background 1 Chapter 1 Introduction 3 Chapter 2 General relativity 9 Chapter 3 Quantum field theory 31 Chapter 4 Units and natural scales 39 Part ii -- History 43 Chapter 5 The Einstein--Rosen bridge 45 Chapter 6 Spacetime foam 53 Chapter 7 The Kerr wormhole 75 Chapter 8 The cosmological constant 81 Chapter 9 Wormhole taxonomy 89 Chapter 10 Interregnum 95 Part iii - Renaissance 97 Chapter 11 Traversable wormholes 99 Chapter 12 Energy conditions 115 Chapter 13 Engineering considerations 137 Chapter 14 Thin shells: Formalism 153 Chapter 15 Thin shells: Wormholes 165 Chapter 16 Topological censorship 195 Part iv -- Time Travel 201 Chapter 17 Chronology: Basic notions 203 Chapter 18 From wormhole to time machine 227 Chapter 19 Response to the paradoxes 249 Part v --- Quantum Effects 277 Chapter 20 Semiclassical quantum gravity 279 Chapter 21 van Vleck determinants: Formalism 295 Chapter 23 Singularity structure 333 Chapter 24 Minisuperspace wormholes 347 Part vi -- Reprise 367 Chapter 25 Where we stand 369 ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Other articles about wormholes: AUTHOR(s): Kar, Sayan Sahdev, Deshdeep TITLE(s): Restricted class of traversable wormholes with traceless matter. In: Physical review d: particles, fields, gravitat AUG 15 1995 v 52 n 4 Page 2030 AUTHOR(s): Wang, Anzhong Letelier, Patricio S. TITLE(s): Dynamical Wormholes and energy Conditions. In: Progress of theoretical physics. JUL 01 1995 v 94 n 1 Page 137 AUTHOR(s): Clement, Gerard TITLE(s): Wormhole cosmic strings. In: Physical review d: particles, fields, gravitat JUN 15 1995 v 51 n 12 Page 6803 AUTHOR(s): Cramer, John G. Forward, Robert L. Landis, Geoffrey A. TITLE(s): Natural wormholes as gravitational lenses. In: Physical review d: particles, fields, gravitat MAR 15 1995 v 51 n 6 Page 3117 AUTHOR(s): Agnese, A.G. La Camera, M. TITLE(s): Wormholes in the Brans-Dicke theory of gravitation. In: Physical review d: particles, fields, gravitat FEB 15 1995 v 51 n 4 Page 2011 AUTHOR(s): Cadoni, Mariano Cavaglia, Marco TITLE(s): Cosmological and wormhole solutions in low-energy effective string theory. In: Physical review d: particles, fields, gravitat NOV 15 1994 v 50 n 10 Page 6435 AUTHOR(s): Cavaglia, Marco TITLE(s): Quantum electromagnetic wormholes and geometrical description of the electric charge. In: Physical review d: particles, fields, gravitat OCT 15 1994 v 50 n 8 Page 5087 AUTHOR(s): Singh, Harvendra TITLE(s): Magnetic wormholes and vertex operators. In: Physical review d: particles, fields, gravitat OCT 15 1994 v 50 n 8 Page 5033 AUTHOR(s): Li, Xin-zhou TITLE(s): Dimensionally continued wormhole solutions. In: Physical review d: particles, fields, gravitat SEP 15 1994 v 50 n 6 Page 3787 AUTHOR(s): Marugan, G.A. Mena TITLE(s): Bases of wormholes in quantum cosmology. In: Classical and quantum gravity. SEP 01 1994 v 11 n 9 Page: 2205 AUTHOR(s): Ridgway, S. Alexander TITLE(s): S1xS2 wormholes and topological charge. In: Physical review d: particles, fields, gravitat JUL 15 1994 v 50 n 2 Page 892 AUTHOR(s): Cavaglia, Marco de Alfaro, Vittorio de Felice, Fernando TITLE(s): Anisotropic wormhole: Tunneling in time and space. In: Physical review d: particles, fields, gravitat JUN 15 1994 v 49 n 12 Page 6493 AUTHOR(s): Cotsakis, Spiros Leach, Peter Flessas, George TITLE(s): Minimally coupled scalar field wormholes. In: Physical review d: particles, fields, gravitat JUN 15 1994 v 49 n 12 Page 6489 AUTHOR(s): Visser, Matt TITLE(s): van Vleck determinants: Traversable wormhole spacetimes. In: Physical review d: particles, fields, gravitat APR 15 1994 v 49 n 8 Page 3963 AUTHOR(s): Hochberg, David Kephart, Thomas W. TITLE(s): Can Semi-Classical Wormholes Solve the Cosmological Horizon Problem? In: General relativity and gravitation. FEB 01 1994 v 26 n 2 Page 219 AUTHOR(s): Kar, Sayan Sahdev, Deshdeep Bhawal, Biplab TITLE(s): Scalar waves in a wormhole geometry. In: Physical review d: particles and fields. JAN 15 1994 v 49 n 2 Page 853 AUTHOR(s): Khatsymovsky, V. TITLE(s): Can wormholes exist? In: Physics letters. [part b]. JAN 13 1994 v 320 n 3 / 4 Page 234 AUTHOR(s): Kim, S.W. Lee, H. Kim, S.K. TITLE(s): (2+1)-dimensional Schwarzschild-de Sitter wormhole. In: Physics letters: [part A] DEC 20 1993 v 183 n 5 / 6 Page 359 AUTHOR(s): Liu, Liao TITLE(s): Wormhole created from vacuum fluctuation. In: Physical review d: particles and fields. DEC 15 1993 v 48 n 12 Page R5463 AUTHOR(s): Gonzalez-Diaz, P.F. TITLE(s): The conjugate gauge wormhole vertex. END OF PART 19/19.Return to the RS EG Refs. Page
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