The Stability of Abstract Boundary Essential Singularities
The abstract boundary has, in recent years, proved a general and flexible way to define the singularities of space-time. In this approach an essential singularity is a non-regular boundary point of an embedding which is accessible by a chosen family of curves within finite parameter distance. Ashley and Scott proved the first theorem relating essential singularities in strongly causal space-times to causal geodesic incompleteness. Linking this with the work of Beem on the C1-stability of...[Show more]
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