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It is undefined in cosmological models in which space is closed). Moreover, space-time must become flat in a certain way, that is, with a certain degree of rapidity. It is in making this latter condition precise that many of the recent developments in this area have arisen. The effort has forced us to improve our methods of classifying gravitational waves and our methods of specifying initial data, to devote greater attention to the so-called light cone and other characteristic surfaces which are fundamental in the description of propagation phenomena in space-time, and to reformulate the concept of conservation laws.
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