Local spacetime structure

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Local spacetime structure refers to the structure of spacetime on a local level, i.e. only considering those points in an open region of a point. This notion is useful in many areas of physics, most notably in Einstein's theory of general relativity.[1]

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  1. ^ H D Zeh, H D (Heinz Dieter) 1932- Zeh, SpringerLink (2007). The Physical Basis of the Direction of Time. Springer. ISBN 3-540-42081-9.