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I'm currently doing my 4th year (honours year where I come from) in mathematics and am required to do a year long research project. I chose to do mine on the generation and propagation of gravitational radiation in the weak-field limit. So far I have quite a few good resources which include Gravitation and Cosmology (Weinberg), Gravitation (Misner, Thorne and Wheeler), A Short Course in General Relativity (Foster and Nightingale) and some lecture notes that I found online that were created by Carroll, but I was hoping that there might be some good additional resources out there that will help in my understanding. What I'm looking for are notes that don't skip too many steps when explaining concepts, as most of my current resources will sometimes skip big chunks which I'll then have to try and figure out myself, and could take hours to do.

Any help would be appreciated, thanks guys!

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# Gravitational Radiation in the Weak-Field Limit

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