Piotr T. Chrusciel, Geometry of black holes
From the publisher’s web page:
There exists a large scientific literature on black holes, including many excellent textbooks at various levels. However, most of these steer clear from the mathematical niceties needed to make the theory of black holes a mathematical theory. Those which maintain a high mathematical standard are either focused on specific topics, or skip many details. The objective of this book is to fill this gap and present a detailed, mathematically oriented, extended introduction to the subject.
The book provides a wide background to the current research on all mathematical aspects of the geometry of black hole spacetimes.
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