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Observers and Splitting Structures in Relativistic Electrodynamics

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Observers and Splitting Structures in Relativistic Electrodynamics
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 93

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We introduce a relativistic splitting structure as a means to map fields and equations of electromagnetism from curved four-dimensional space-time to three-dimensional observer's space. We focus on a minimal set of mathematical structures that are directly motivated by the language of the physical theory.

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