Jointly published with Hindustan Book Agency, India
2009, XIV, 355 p.
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"This book meets my teaching needs, as it presents a very solid foundation for students who seek a comprehensive introduction into the difficult field of the general theory of relativity. The mathematical background is treated in a rigorous and nevertheless understandable style. Those readers who are novices in the field will welcome the fact that the author provides an abundance of carefully selected exercises together with their solutions. In summary, I will recommend this valuable textbook to my students and use it as the main text for my lectures." - Prof. Dr. P. Wirtz, Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics, Hochschule Hegensburg, Germany