If you have the metric [tex] g_{ab} [/tex] , [tex] \pi _{ab} [/tex] as the metric and "generalized momenta", my question is if you can define GR using Poisson Bracet:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex] \dot g_{ab} =[g_{ab},H] [/tex]

[tex] \dot \pi _{ab}=[\pi _{ab},H] [/tex]

and hence use these equations to obtain and solve the metric.:shy:

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# Defining GR with Poisson Bracket

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