Gibbons–Hawking ansatz

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In mathematics, the Gibbons–Hawking ansatz is a method of constructing gravitational instantons introduced by Gary Gibbons and Stephen Hawking (1978, 1979). It gives examples of hyperkähler manifolds in dimension 4 that are invariant under a circle action.

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