1999 journal article
Canonical quasilocal energy and small spheres - art. no. 064028
Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields, 5906(6), 4028.
By: J. Brown, S. Lau & J. York
Conformal 'thin-sandwich' data for the initial-value problem of general relativity
Physical Review Letters, 82(7), 1350–1353.
By: J. York
Cornelius Lanczos: Collected published papers with commentaries
Raleigh, NC: College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, North Carolina State University.
By: W. Davis, M. Chu, J. McConnell, P. Dolan, L. Norris, E. Ortiz, R. Plemmon, D. Ridgeway ...and 7 other authors, including 5 NC State authors, B. Scaife, W. Stewart, J. York, W. Doggett, B. Gellai, A. Gsponer, C. Prioli
1997 journal article
Energy of isolated systems at retarded times as the null limit of quasilocal energy
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1993 journal article
Microcanonical functional integral for the gravitational field
Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields, 47, 1420–1431.
By: J. Brown & J. York
Quasilocal energy and conserved charges derived from the gravitational action
Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields, 47, 1407–1419.
1992 conference paper
Quasilocal energy in general relativity
Mathematical aspects of classical field theory, 129–142.
1991 journal article
Complex Kerr-Newman geometry and black hole thermodynamics
Physical Review Letters, 66, 2281–2284.
By: J. Brown, E. Martinez & J. York
1991 conference paper
Rotating black holes, complex geometry, and thermodynamics
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 631, 225–234.
1990 journal article
Charged black hole in a grand canonical ensemble
Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields, 42, 3376–3385.
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Thermodynamic ensembles and gravitation
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By: J. Brown, G. Comer, E. Martinez, J. Melmed, B. Whiting & J. York
1989 journal article
Jacobi's action and the recovery of time in general relativity
Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields, 40, 3312–3318.
Scalar field wormholes
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