Entropy theorems in classical mechanics, general relativity, and the gravitational two-body problem

26 Aug 2016 Oltean Marius Bonetti Luca Spallicci Alessandro D. A. M. Sopuerta Carlos F.

In classical Hamiltonian theories, entropy may be understood either as a statistical property of canonical systems, or as a mechanical property, that is, as a monotonic function of the phase space along trajectories. In classical mechanics, there are theorems which have been proposed for proving the non-existence of entropy in the latter sense... (read more)

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