Can anybody tell me if there is anything analogous to Lorentz transformation in General Relativity (ie, in curved space)? If there is then what are the corresponding group generators and what is the corresponding algebra? I just wondered this question while reading about Lorentz group and I am not very if such analogy will exist in curved space. But may be using the concept of parallel transport such analogies may be made but that will be complicated.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Analogue of Lorentz transformation in General Relativity.

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