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Could be anything related to calculus of variations, including Lagrangian/Hamiltonian mechanics.

I'm having really bad luck in my search, been trying all afternoon. I find good books, but not good papers. Thanks for the help!

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Could be anything related to calculus of variations, including Lagrangian/Hamiltonian mechanics.

I'm having really bad luck in my search, been trying all afternoon. I find good books, but not good papers. Thanks for the help!

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Don't know any papers but there are Physics texts that give elementary explanations and examples- non heavy math.

Could be anything related to calculus of variations, including Lagrangian/Hamiltonian mechanics.

I'm having really bad luck in my search, been trying all afternoon. I find good books, but not good papers. Thanks for the help!

Feyynmann's Lectures Book 2.

Black Holes describes the principle of maximal time.

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I want a paper.

Thanks though

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