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Global Nonlinear Stability of Schwarzschild Spacetime under Polarized Perturbations(AMS-210)$
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Jérémie Szeftel and Sergiu Klainerman

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9780691212425

Published to Princeton Scholarship Online: May 2021

DOI: 10.23943/princeton/9780691212425.001.0001

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GCM Procedure

GCM Procedure

Chapter:
(p.486) Chapter Nine GCM Procedure
Source:
Global Nonlinear Stability of Schwarzschild Spacetime under Polarized Perturbations
Author(s):

Sergiu Klainerman

Jérémie Szeftel

Publisher:
Princeton University Press
DOI:10.23943/princeton/9780691212425.003.0009

This chapter describes the general covariant modulation (GCM) procedure in detail. It considers an axially symmetric polarized spacetime region R foliated by two functions (u, s) such that: on R, (u, s) defines an outgoing geodesic foliation as in section 2.2.4. The chapter then outlines the elliptic Hodge lemma. It also looks at the deformations of S surfaces, frame transformations, and the existence of GCM spheres. It recalls the transformation formulas recorded in Proposition 2.90, before rewriting a subset of these transformations in a more useful form. In the proof of existence and uniqueness of GCMS, one needs, in addition to the equations derived so far, an equation for the average of α‎. Finally, the chapter discusses the construction of GCM hypersurfaces.

Keywords:   general covariant modulation procedure, spacetime, geodesic foliation, elliptic Hodge lemma, S surfaces, frame transformations, general covariant modulation spheres, general covariant modulation hypersurfaces

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