# The Reality Effect In The Writing Of History: The Dynamics

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Cosmological spacetimes are some of the simplest solutions to GR that we know, and even they admit all kinds of potential complexities, beyond the most obvious possibilities. Because topology treats shapes so differently from the way we are accustomed to thinking about them, some of the most interesting objects studied in topology may seem very strange. Generally, the term "discretization" refers to any procedure that turns a differential equation into difference equations involving only finitely many variables, whose solutions approximate those of the differential equation.

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Publisher: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts & Sciences,The Netherlands (January 31, 1989)

ISBN: 0444857044

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