FULL LIST OF PUBLICATION


BOOKS:

AUTHOR:

1. M. Carmeli, Group Theory and General Relativity (McGraw-Hill, 1977).

(A volume in the International Series in Pure and Applied Physics.)

2. M. Carmeli, Classical Fields: General Relativity and Gauge Theory

(Wiley-Interscience, 1982).

3. M. Carmeli, Statistical Theory and Random Matrices (Dekker, 1983).

(Volume 74 in Monographs and Textbooks in Pure and Applied Mathematics.)

4. M. Carmeli, Cosmological Special Relativity: The Large-Scale

Structure of Space, Time and Velocity (World Scientific, 1997). Second

edition, 2002.
 
 

CO-AUTHOR:

5. M. Carmeli and S. Malin, Representations of the Rotation and Lorentz

Groups (Dekker, 1976). (Volume 16 in Lecture Notes in Pure and Applied

Mathematics.)

6. M. Carmeli, Kh. Huleihil and E. Leibowitz, Gauge Fields:

Classification and Equations of Motion (World Scientific, 1989).

7. M. Carmeli, E. Leibowitz and N. Nissani, Gravitation: SL(2,C) Gauge

Theory and Conservation Laws (World Scientific, 1990).

8. M. Carmeli and S. Malin, Theory of Spinors: An Introduction (World

Scientific, 2000).
 
 

CO-EDITOR:

9. M. Carmeli, S.I. Fickler and L. Witten, Editors, Relativity:

Proceedings of the Relativity Conference in the Midwest (Plenum Press, 1970).
 
 

REFEREED PAPERS:

1. M. Carmeli, ``The Einstein-Infeld-Hoffmann Equations of Motion up

to the Ninth Order," Physics Letters 9, 132 (1964).

2. M. Carmeli, ``Has the Geodesic Postulate any Significance for a

Finite Mass?," Physics Letters 11, 24 (1964).

3. M. Carmeli, ``The Motion of a Particle of Finite Mass in an External

Gravitational Field," Annals of Physics 30, 168 (1964).

4. M. Carmeli, ``Motion of a Charge in Gravitational Field," The

Physical Review 138, B1003 (1965).

5. M. Carmeli, ``The Equations of Motion of Slowly Moving Particles in

the General Theory of Relativity," Il Nuovo Cimento, Series X 37, 842 (1965).

6. M. Carmeli, ``Semigenerally Covariant Equations of Motion -

I. Derivation," Annals of Physics 34, 465 (1965).

7. M. Carmeli, ``Semigenerally Covariant Equations of Motion -

II. The Significance of the Tail and the Relation to other Equations

of Motion," Annals of Physics 35, 250 (1965).

8. M. Carmeli, ``Equations of Motion without Infinite Self-Action

Terms in General Relativity," The Physical Review 140, B1441 (1965).

9. M. Carmeli, ``Gravitational Bremsstrahlung in Nonrelativistic

Collisions," The Physical Review 158}, 1243 (1967).

10. M. Carmeli, ``Lorentz-Invariant Method of Gravitational

Perturbation," Il Nuovo Cimento, Series X 55B, 220 (1968).

11. M. Carmeli, ``Representations of the Three-Dimensional Rotation

Group in Terms of Direction and Angle of Rotation," Journal of

Mathematical Physics 9, 1987 (1968).

12. M. Carmeli, ``Hilbert Space Description of the Gravitational

Field," Physics Letters 28A, 683 (1969).

13. M. Carmeli, ``Group-Theoretic Approach to the New Conserved

Quantities in General Relativity," Journal of Mathematical Physics

10, 569 (1969).

14. M. Carmeli, ``Group Analysis of Maxwell's Equations," Journal of

Mathematical Physics 10, 1699 (1969).

15. M. Carmeli, ``Constraints in Electrodynamics and Quantization of

the Electromagnetic Field without Charges," Il Nuovo Cimento, Series X

67B, 103 (1970).

16. M. Carmeli, ``Infinite-Dimensional Representations of the Lorentz

Group," Journal of Mathematical Physics 11, 1917 (1970).

17. M. Carmeli, S.I. Fickler and L. Witten, ``Report on the Relativity

Conference in the Midwest," General Relativity and Gravitation 1, 63 (1970).

18. M. Carmeli, ``Symmetry of the Gravitational Field," Nuovo Cimento

Letters 4, 40 (1970).

19. M. Carmeli, ``SL(2,C) Symmetry of the Gravitational Field Dynamical

Variables," Journal of Mathematical Physics 11, 2728 (1970).

20. M. Carmeli and S. Malin, ``Infinite-Dimensional Representations of

the Lorentz Group: Complementary Series of Representations," Journal of

Mathematical Physics 12, 225 (1971).

21. M. Carmeli, ``Applications of the Group SU(2) Techniques in General

Relativity," in Relativity and Gravitation, p. 69, C.G. Kupper

and A. Peres, Editors, Gordon and Breach, New York (1971).

22. M. Carmeli and S.I. Fickler, ``Gravitational Lagrangian," The

Physical Review D 5, 290 (1972).

23. M. Carmeli, ``SL(2,C) Symmetry of the Gravitational Field," Il

Nuovo Cimento, Series 11 7A, 9 (1972).

24. M. Carmeli, ``Behavior of Fast Particles in the Schwarzschild

Field," Nuovo Cimento Letters 3, 379 (1972).

25. M. Carmeli, ``Gauge Field and Gravitational Field Equations,"

Nuclear Physics 38B, 621 (1972).

26. M. Carmeli, ``SL(2,C) Invariance of the Gravitational Field,"

Annals of Physics 71, 603 (1972).

27. M. Carmeli, ``SL(2,C) Invariance of the Gravitational Field,"

General Relativity and Gravitation 3, 317 (1972).

28. A.O. Barut, M. Carmeli and S. Malin, ``Scattering of

Electromagnetic Waves in Terms of Functions over the Group SL(2,C),"

Annals of Physics 77, 454 (1973).

29. M. Carmeli and S. Malin, `` Finite- adn Infinite-Dimensional

Representations of the Lorentz Group," Firtschritte der Physik 21, 397 (1973).

30. M. Carmeli and S. Malin, ``Infinite-Dimensional Representations of

the Lorentz Group. The Complete Series," {\it International Journal of

Theoretical Physics9, 145 (1974).

31. M. Carmeli, ``Statistical Theory of Energy Levels and Random

Matrices," Journal of Statistical Physics 10, 259 (1974).

32. M. Carmeli, ``General Relativity and Gauge Theories," General

Relativity and Gravitation 5, 287 (1974).

33. M. Carmeli, ``SL(2,C) Symmetry and Gravitational Field," in: Group

Theory in Nonlinear Problems, p. 59, A.O. Barut, Editor, D. Reidel

Publishing Co., Dordrecht-Holland/Boston-U.S.A. (1974).

34. M. Carmeli and M. Kaye, ``Metric of a Radiating Rotationg Sphere,"

Physics Letters 53A, 14 (1975).

35. M. Carmeli, ``Integral Formalism of Gauge Fields and General

Relativity," Physical Review Letters 36, 59 (1976).

36. M. Carmeli and M.Kaye, ``Transformation Laws of the Newman-Penrose

Field Variables," Annals of Physics 99, 188 (1976).

37. M. Carmeli and M. Kaye, ``Unified Gauge-Field Model of

Gravitational and Electromagnetic Interactions," Il Nuovo Cimento 34B, 225 (1976).

38. M. Carmeli, ``Modified Gravitational Lagrangian," The Physical

Review D 14, 1727 (1976).

39. M. Carmeli and M. Kaye, ``Gauge Group Theory of Combined

Gravitational and Electromagnetic Interactions," Nuovo Cimento Letters

17, 275 (1976).

40. M. Carmeli, ``Note on SL(2,C) Gauge Theory of Gravitation," The

Physical Review D 14, 2518 (1976).

41. M. Carmeli and Ch. Carach, ``The Wigner-Lubanski First Integral in

the Papapetrou-Corinaldesi Equations of Motion," International Journal

of Theoretical Physics 16, 53 (1977).

42. M. Carmeli, ``SL(2,C) Conservation Laws of General Relativity,"

Nuovo Cimento Letters 18, 17 (1977).

43. M. Carmeli and M. Kaye, ``Gravitational Field of Radiating Rotating

Body," Annals of Physics 103, 97 (1977).

44. M. Carmeli and S. Malin, ``Reformulation of General Relativity as a

Gauge Theory," Annals of Physics 103, 208 (1977).

45. M. Carmeli, Ch. Charach and M. Kaye, ``Motion of Spinning Test

Particle in Vaidya's Radiating Metric," The Physical Review D 15, 1501 (1977).

46. M. Carmeli and M. Kaye, ``Gauge Field Model of Combined

Gravitational, Electromagnetic and Magnetic Monopole Fields," Il Nuovo

Cimento 39B, 187 (1977).

47. M. Carmeli, ``Monopole Solution of Yang-Mills Equations," Physics

Letters 68B, 463 (1977).

48. M. Carmeli, ``Classification of Yang-Mills Fields," Physical Review

Letters 39, 523 (1977).

49. M. Carmeli, Ch. Charach and M. Kaye, ``Null Tetrad Formulation of

the Yang-Mills Field Equations," Il Nuovo Cimento 45B, 310 (1978).

50. M. Carmeli and M. Kaye, ``Palatini-Type Variational Principlefor

the SL(2,C) Gauge Theory of Gravitation, " Annals of Physics 113, 177 (1978).

51. M. Carmeli, ``Classification of Gauge Fields: The Eigenspinor-Eigenvalue Equation,

" Physics Letters 77B, 188 (1978).

52. M. Carmeli, ``Classification of Classical Yang-Mills Fields," in:

Differential Geometrical Methods in Mathematical Physics, p. 105,

K. Bleuder, H.R. Petry and A. Reetz, Editors, Springer-Verlag,

Heidelberg (1978).

53. M. Carmeli and D.H. Wohl, ``Chern Classes, Pontrjagin Forms, and

Classification of Gauge Fields," Nuovo Cimento Letters 25, 230 (1979).

54. M. Carmeli and M. Fischler, ``Classification of SU(2) Gauge Fields:

Lorentz-Invariant versus Gauge-Invariant Schemes," The Physical Review

D 19, 3653 (1979).

55. M. Carmeli, ``Classification of Yang-Mills Fields," Il Nuovo

Cimento 52A, 545 (1979).

56. M. Carmeli, ``A Gravitational Field Equation for Quantum Gravity,"

Il Nuovo Cimento 53B, 91 (1979).

57. M. Carmeli and M. Kaye, ``Einstein-Maxwell's Equations: Gauge

Formulation and Solutions for Radiating Bodies," Fortschritte der

Physik 27, 261 (1979).

58. M. Carmeli, ``Can SU(2) Gauge Theory be constructed with Field

Equations that are not Yang-Mills Equations?," Nuovo Cimento Letters

26, 41 (1979).

59. M. Carmeli, ``Quantization of the Gravitational Field: Presentation

of Gravity as the Hilbert Space of the Quantized System," Nuovo Cimento

55B, 89 (1980).

60. M. Carmeli, ``O(4) Invariance of Field Variables in U(1)xSU(2)

Unified Gauge Field Theories," Physics Letters 89B, 355 (1980).

61. M. Carmeli and Ch. Charach, ``Inhomogeneous Generalization of some

Bianchi Models," Physics Letters 75A, 333 (1980).

62. M. Carmeli, ``Is the Euclidean Space of SU(2)xU(1) Unified Fields

of Weak and Electromagnetic Interactions Determined by a Speed which is

not that of Light?," Nuovo Cimento Letters 28}, 367 (1980).

63. M. Carmeli and B.Z. Moroz, ``Classification of Gauge Fields and

Group Representations," in Differential Geometrical Methods in

Mathematical Physics, p. 313, P.L. Garcia, A. Perez-Rendon and J.M.

Souriau, Editors, Springer-Verlag, New York (1980).

64. M. Carmeli, Ch. Charach and S. Malin, ``Survey of Cosmological

Models with Gravitational, Scalar and Electromagnetic Waves," Physics

Reports (Physics Letters C) 76, 79 (1981).

65. M. Carmeli and S. Malin, ``The Hilbert Space of Quantum Gravity,"

Il Nuovo Cimento 66B, 164 (1981).

66. M. Carmeli and Kh. Huleihil, ``Sourceless Static Yang-Mills

Systems," Il Nuovo Cimento 67B, 21 (1982).

67. M. Carmeli and N. Nissani, `` Conserved Vector Current of the

SL(2,C) Gauge Theory of Gravitation and Noether's Theorem," Physics

Letters 113B, 375 (1982).

68. M. Carmeli, ``Extension of the Principle of Minimal Coupling to

Particles with Magnetic Moments," Nuovo Cimento Letters 36}, 428 (1983).

69. M. Carmeli and Kh. Huleihil, ``Type D Solution of Sourceless

Yang-Mills Equations," Il Nuovo Cimento 74A}, 245 (1983).

70. M. Carmeli, Ch. Charach and A. Feinstein, ``Cosmological Models

with S^3 Topology," Physics Letters 96A, 1 (1983).

71. M. Carmeli, `` The Mass-Energy Formula in the Angular Momentum

Representation," Nuovo Cimento Letters 37, 205 (1983).

72. M. Carmeli, Ch. Charach and A. Fienstein, ``Exact Solutions for

Inhomogeneous Universes, in: Tenth International Conference on General

Relativity and Gravitation, Vol. 1, Classical Relativity, p. 189, B.

Bertotti, F. de Felice and A. Pascolini, Editors, Consiglio Nationale

delle Ricerche, Roma (1983).

73. M. Carmeli, Ch. Charach and A. Fienstein, ``Inhomogeneous Mixmaster

Universes: Some Exact Solutions," Annals of Physics 150, 392 (1983).

74. M. Carmeli and A. Feinstein, ``The Cosmological Peeling-off

Property of Gravity," Physics Letters 103A, 318 (1984).

75. M. Carmeli and Ch. Charach, ``The Einstein-Rosen Gravitational

Waves and Cosmology," Foundations of Physics 14, 963 (1984).

76. M. Carmeli, ``The Relativity of Energy and Frequencies," Nuovo

Cimento Letters 41, 545 (1984).

77. M. Carmeli, ``Fast Rotating Particles," Nuovo Cimento Letters 41, 551 (1984).

78. M. Carmeli and Kh. Huleihil, ``Magnetic Solution of Yang-Mills

Equations and the Motion of Classical Particle," in Differential

Geometric Methods in Mathematical Physics, p. 145, S. Sternberg,

Editor, D. Reidel, Dordrecht, Holland (1984).

79. M. Carmeli, ``Fast Rotating Particles: The Electron's Magnetic

Moment," Nuovo Cimento Letters 42, 67 (1985).

80. M. Carmeli, ``Field Theory on RxS^3 Topology. I: The Klein-Gordon

and Schrodinger Equations," Foundations of Physics 15, 175 (1985).

81. M. Carmeli and S. Malin, ``Field Theory on RxS^3 Topology. II:

The Weyl Equation," Foundations of Physics 15, 185 (1985).

82. M. Carmeli, ``The Dynamics of Rapidly Rotating Bodies," Foundations

of Physics 15, 889 (1985).

83. M. Carmeli and S. Malin, ``Field Theory om RxS^3 Topology. III:

The Dirac Equation," Foundations of Physics 15, 1019 (1985).

84. M. Carmeli and A. Feinstein, ``Inhomogeneous Cosmologies: The

Cosmic Peeling-off Property of Gravity," International Journal of

Theoretical Physics 24, 1009 (1985).

85. M. Carmeli, ``RxS^3 Special Theory of Relativity," Foundations of

Physics 15, 1263 (1985).

86. M. Carmeli, ``Rotational Relativity Theory," International Journal

of Theoretical Physics 25, 89 (1986).

87. M. Carmeli, ``Cosmic Lorentz Transformation," International Journal

of Theoretical Physics 25, 203 (1986).

88. M. Carmeli and S. Malin, ``Field Theory on RxS^3 Topology. IV:

Electrodynamics of Magnetic Moments," Foundations of Physics 16, 791 (1986).

89. M. Carmeli, ``Special Relativity on RxS^3," in: Proceedings of the

Fourth Marcel Grossman Meeting on General Relativity}, p. 663, R.

Ruffini, Editor, North-Holland, Amsterdam (1986).

90. M. Carmeli, ``Cawley's Counter Example to Dirac Conjecture as a

Curved Spacetime," International Journal of Theoretical Physics 26, 83 (1987).

91. M. Carmeli and S. Malin, ``Field Theory on RxS^3 Topology. V: SU(2)

Gauge Theory," Foundations of Physics 17, 193 (1987).

92. M. Carmeli and S. Malin, ``Field Theory on RxS^3 Topology. VI:

Gravitation," Foundations of Physics 17, 407 (1987).

93. M. Carmeli and A. Malka, ``Field Theory on RS^3 Topology:

Lagrangian Formulation," Foundations of Physics 20, 71 (1990).

94. M. Carmeli and R. Manor, ``Nonvacuum Taub-type Cosmological Model,"

International Journal of Theoretical Physics 29, 529 (1990).

95. M. Carmeli and S. Malin, `` Electrodynamics on RxS^3 Topology," in:

Developments in General Relativity, Astrophysics and Quantum Theory,

F. Cooperstock, L.P. Horwitz and J. Rosen, Editors, Adam Hilger Ltd.,

Bristol, England and The Israel Physical Society, Jerusalem, Israel (1990).

96. M. Carmeli and S. Malin, `` A New Approach to Quantum Gravity,"

Communications in Theoretical Physics 1, 41 (1991).

97. M. Carmeli, ``Extension of the Lorentz Group to Cosmology,"

Communications in Theoretical Physics 4, 109 (1995).

98. M. Carmeli, ``Cosmological Relativity: A Special Relativity for

Cosmology," Foundations of Physics 25, 1029 (1995).

99. M. Carmeli, ``Space, Time and Velocity," Communications in

Theoretical Physics 4, 233 (1995).

100. M. Carmeli, ``Cosmological Special Relativity," Foundations of

Physics 26, 413 (1996).

101. M. Carmeli, ``Structure of Cosmology in Omega=1 Universe,"

Communications in Theoretical Physics 5, 65 (1996).

102. M. Carmeli, ``Cosmological General Relativity," Communications in

Theoretical Physics 5, 159 (1996).

103. M. Carmeli and S. Malin, ``A New Perspective on Quantum Gravity,"

Il Nuovo Cimento 111B, 1405 (1996).

104. M. Carmeli, ``Space, Time and Velocity in Cosmology," International Journal

of Theoretical Physics 36, 757 (1997).

105. M. Carmeli, ``Is Galaxy Dark Matter a Property of Spacetime?,"

Communications in Theoretical Physics 6, 53 (1997).

106. M. Carmeli, ``Cosmological General Relativity II. Determing Omega

and why H_0 Depends on the Distance Scale," Communications in

Theoretical Physics 6, 45 (1997).

107. M. Carmeli, ``Inflation in the early universe," in: Modern

Modified Theories of Gravitation and Cosmology, p. 218, E.I.

Guendelman, Editor, Hadronic Press (1998).

108. M. Carmeli and S. Malin, ``SL(2,C) Gauge Theory of Gravitation and

the Quantization of the Gravitational Field", International Journal of

Theoretical Physics 37, 2615 (1998).

109. M. Carmeli, ``Is Galaxy Dark Matter a Property of Spacetime?,"

International Journal of Theoretical Physics 37, 2621 (1998).

110. M. Carmeli, ``Cosmological General Relativity. III: Determining

the Universe Kind by Cosmological Redshift," Communications in

Mathematical and Theoretical Physics 1, 50 (1998).

111. M. Carmeli, ``Cosmological General Relativity. IV: The

Tully-Fisher Law," Communications in Mathematical and Theoretical

Physics 1, 54 (1998).

112. M. Carmeli, ``Dark matter as a property of spacetime," p. 354, in:

Eighteenth Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics and Cosmology,

A.V. Olinto, J.A. Frieman and D.N. Schramm, Editors, World Scientific (1998).

113. M. Carmeli, ``Inflation at the early universe," p. 376, in:

Particle Physics and the Early Universe, L. Roszkowski, Editor, World

Scientific (1998).

114. M. Carmeli, ``Inflation and the early universe," p. 405, in: Sources and

Detection of Dark Matter in the Universe, D. Kline, Editor, Elsevier (1998).

115. M. Carmeli, ``Aspects of cosmological relativity", International Journal of

Theoretical Physics 38, 2005 (1999).

116. M. Carmeli, ``Aspects of cosmological relativity," p. 155, in: Proceedings

of the Fourth Alexander Friedmann International Seminar on Gravitation

and Cosmology, held in St. Petersburg, June 17-25, 1998, Yu. N. Gnedin et al.,

Eds., Russian Academy of Sciences and the State University of Campinas, Brazil.

117. M. Carmeli and S. Malin, ``Amended formula for the decay of radioactive

material for cosmic times," International Journal of Theoretical Physics 38, 2021

(1999).

118. S. Behar and M. Carmeli, ``Cosmological relativity: A new theory of

cosmology", International Journal of Theoretical Physics 39, 1375 (2000).

119. M. Carmeli, ``Derivation of the Tully-Fisher law: Doubts about the

necessity and existance of halo dark matter", International Journal of

Theoretical Physics 39, 1397 (2000).

120. M. Carmeli and S. Behar, ``Cosmological general relativity", pp. 5-26, in:

Quest for Mathematical Physics, T. M. Karade et al., Editors, New Dehli (2000).

121. M. Carmeli and S. Behar, ``Cosmological relativity: A general relativistic

theory for the accelerating expanding Universe", pp. 182-191, in: Sources and

Detection of Dark Matter/Energy in the Universe", D. B. Cline, Editor, Springer

(2001). Talk given at Dark Matter 2000, Los Angeles, February 2000.

122. M. Carmeli, ``Lengths of the first days of the Universe", p. 628, in:

Astrophysical Ages and Time Scale, T. von Hippel, C. Simpson and N. Manset,

Editors (Proceedings of a conference held in Hilo, Hawaii, 5-9 February 2001)

The Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Vol. 245 (2001).

123. M. Carmeli and T. Kuzmenko, ``Value of the cosmological constant:

Theory vs. experiment", in: Relativistic Astrophysics, p. 316 (Proceedings of

the 20th Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics, held 10-15

December 2000, Austin Texas), J.C. Wheeler and H. Martel, Editors,

American Institute of Physics, Volune 586 (2001).

124. M. Carmeli, ``Cosmological relativity: Determining the Universe by

the cosmological redshift", International Journal of Theoretical Physics 40, 1871

(2001).

125. M. Carmeli and T. Kuzmenko, ``Value of the cosmological constant in the

cosmological relativity theory", International Journal of Theoretical Physics 41,

131 (2002).

126. M. Carmeli, ``Basic approach to the problem of cosmological constant and

dark energy", to be published in the Proceedings of COSMO-01, 2002.

127. M. Carmeli, ``Four-dimensional cosmological theory of unified space, time

and velocity," to be published in the Proceedings of Dark Matter 2002.

128. M. Carmeli, ``Fundamental approach to the cosmological constant issue",

to be published in the Proceedings of the 5th Friedmann Seminar, 2002.