Generalización de las transformaciones de Lorentz

E. Ortiz Sánchez

Abstract


Within the framework of special relativity, there are numerous models that allow inertial reference frame to be related to another accelerated (non-inertial) reference frame. We are going to provide necessary and sufficient conditions that will determine the optimal transformation in a unique way.


Keywords


Lorentz; non-inertial; acceleration

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31349/RevMexFis.67.62

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