David Wiltshire's publications

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  1. N.A. Doughty and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Weyl field strength symmetries for arbitrary helicity and gauge invariant Fierz-Pauli and Rarita-Schwinger wave equations,
    J. Phys. A 19 (1986) 3727-3739. [INSPIRE Citations]

  2. G.W. Gibbons and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Black holes in Kaluza-Klein theory,
    Ann. Phys. (N.Y.) 167 (1986) 201-223; 176 (1987) 393. [INSPIRE Citations]

  3. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Spherically symmetric solutions of Einstein-Maxwell theory with a Gauss-Bonnet term,
    Phys. Lett. B 169 (1986) 36-40. [INSPIRE Citations]

  4. G.W. Gibbons and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Spacetime as a membrane in higher dimensions,
    Nucl. Phys. B 287 (1987) 717-742. [= hep-th/0109093] [INSPIRE Citations]

  5. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Global properties of Kaluza-Klein cosmologies,
    Phys. Rev. D 36 (1987) 1634-1648. [INSPIRE Citations]

  6. A. Achúcarro, J.M. Evans, P.K. Townsend and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Super p-branes,
    Phys. Lett. B 198 (1987) 441-446. [INSPIRE Citations]

  7. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Black holes in string-generated gravity models,
    Phys. Rev. D 38 (1988) 2445-2456. [INSPIRE Citations]

  8. S. Mignemi and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Spherically symmetric solutions in dimensionally reduced spacetimes,
    Class. Quantum Grav. 6 (1989) 987-1002. [INSPIRE Citations]

  9. S.D. Odintsov and D.L. Wiltshire,
    The static potential for bosonic p-branes,
    Class. Quantum Grav. 7 (1990) 1499-1510. [INSPIRE Citations]

  10. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Spherically symmetric solutions in dimensionally reduced spacetimes with a higher-dimensional cosmological constant,
    Phys. Rev. D 44 (1991) 1100-1114. [INSPIRE Citations]

  11. S. Mignemi and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Black holes in higher derivative gravity theories,
    Phys. Rev. D 46 (1992) 1475-1506. [= hep-th/9202031] [INSPIRE Citations]

  12. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Comment on "Exact solutions of Einstein's equations coupled to a scalar field with arbitrary potential",
    Phys. Rev. D 46 (1992) 5682-5684. [INSPIRE Citations]

  13. S.J. Poletti and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Global properties of static spherically symmetric charged dilaton spacetimes with a Liouville potential,
    Phys. Rev. D 50 (1994) 7260-7270. [= gr-qc/9407021] [INSPIRE Citations]

  14. S.J. Poletti, J. Twamley and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Charged dilaton black holes with a cosmological constant,
    Phys. Rev. D 51 (1995) 5720-5724. [= hep-th/9412076] [INSPIRE Citations]

  15. S.J. Poletti, J. Twamley and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Dyonic dilaton black holes,
    Class. Quantum Grav. 12 (1995) 1753-1769; 2355. [= hep-th/9502054] [INSPIRE Citations]

  16. D.L. Wiltshire,
    An introduction to quantum cosmology,
    in "Cosmology: The Physics of the Universe", Proceedings of the 8th Physics Summer School, A.N.U, Jan-Feb, 1995, eds. B. Robson, N. Visvanathan and W.S. Woolcock, (World Scientific, Singapore, 1996), pp. 473-531. [= gr-qc/0101003] [INSPIRE Citations]

  17. D.L. Wiltshire,
    editor, Proceedings of the First Australasian Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation,
    (University of Adelaide, 1996).

  18. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Dilaton black holes with a cosmological term,
    J. Australian Math. Soc. B41 (1999) 198-216. [= gr-qc/9502038] [INSPIRE Citations]

  19. N. Kontoleon and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Operator ordering and consistency of the wavefunction of the Universe,
    Phys. Rev. D 59 (1999) 063513. [= gr-qc/9807075] [INSPIRE Citations]

  20. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Wave functions for arbitrary operator ordering in the de Sitter minisuperspace approximation,
    Gen. Relativ. Grav. 32 (2000) 515-528. [= gr-qc/9905090] [INSPIRE Citations]

  21. S.C.C. Ng and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Properties of cosmologies with dynamical pseudo Nambu-Goldstone bosons,
    Phys. Rev. D 63 (2001) 023503. [= astro-ph/0004138] [INSPIRE Citations]

  22. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Supernovae Ia, evolution and quintessence,
    in "Cosmology and Particle Physics", Proceedings of the CAPP'2000 Conference, Verbier, Switzerland, eds. J. García-Bellido, R. Durrer and M. Shaposhnikov, AIP Conf. Proc. 555 (2001) 555-559. [= astro-ph/0010443] [INSPIRE Citations]

  23. S.C.C. Ng and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Future supernova probes of quintessence,
    Phys. Rev. D 64 (2001) 123519. [=  astro-ph/0107142] [INSPIRE Citations]

  24. J. Louko and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Brane worlds with bolts,
    J. High Energy Phys. 02 (2002) 007. [= hep-th/0109099] [INSPIRE Citations]

  25. M. Visser and D.L. Wiltshire,
    On-brane data for braneworld stars,
    Phys. Rev. D 67 (2003) 104004. [= hep-th/0212333] [INSPIRE Citations]

  26. M. Visser and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Stable gravastars - an alternative to black holes?,
    Class. Quantum Grav. 21 (2004) 1135-1151. [= gr-qc/0310107] [INSPIRE Citations]

  27. K.U. Schreiber, A. Velikoseltsev, T. Klügel, M. Rothacher, G.E. Stedman and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Direct measurement of diurnal polar motion by ring laser gyroscopes,
    J. Geophys. Res. 109 (2004) B06405 doi:10.1029/2003JB002803. [= physics/0406156] [ JGR] [INSPIRE Citations]

  28. S. Mignemi and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Multi-scalar black holes with contingent primary hair: mechanics and stability,
    Phys. Rev. D 70 (2004) 124012. [= hep-th/0408215] [INSPIRE Citations]

  29. D.A. Burton, A. Noble, R.W. Tucker and D.L. Wiltshire
    Twisted electromagnetic modes and Sagnac ring-lasers,
    Class. Quantum Grav. 22 (2005) 909-931. [= gr-qc/0411037] [INSPIRE Citations]

  30. I.P. Neupane and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Accelerating cosmologies from compactification with a twist,
    Phys. Lett. B 619 (2005) 201-207. [= hep-th/0502003] [INSPIRE Citations]

  31. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Viable inhomogeneous model universe without dark energy from primordial inflation,
    gr-qc/0503099. [INSPIRE Citations]

  32. B.M.N. Carter, B.M. Leith, S.C.C. Ng, A.B. Nielsen and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Type Ia supernovae tests of fractal bubble universe with no cosmic acceleration,
    astro-ph/0504192. [INSPIRE Citations]

  33. I.P. Neupane and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Cosmic acceleration from M-theory on twisted spaces,
    Phys. Rev. D 72 (2005) 083509. [= hep-th/0504135] [INSPIRE Citations]

  34. B.M.N. Carter, A.B. Nielsen and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Hybrid brane worlds in the Salam-Sezgin model,
    J. High Energy Phys. 07 (2006) 034. [= hep-th/0602086] [INSPIRE Citations]

  35. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Cosmic clocks, cosmic variance and cosmic averages,
    New J. Phys. 9 (2007) 377. [= gr-qc/0702082] [INSPIRE Citations]

  36. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Exact solution to the averaging problem in cosmology,
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 99 (2007) 251101. [= arXiv:0709.0732, gr-qc] [INSPIRE Citations]

  37. B.M. Leith, S.C.C. Ng and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Gravitational energy as dark energy: Concordance of cosmological tests,
    Astrophys. J. 672 (2008) L91. [= arXiv:0709.2535, astro-ph]. [INSPIRE Citations]

  38. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Gravitational energy and cosmic acceleration,
    Int. J. Mod. Phys. D 17 (2008) 641-649. [= arXiv:0712.3982, gr-qc] [INSPIRE Citations]

  39. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Dark energy without dark energy,
    in Dark Matter in Astroparticle and Particle Physics: Proceedings of the 6th International Heidelberg Conference, eds H.V. Klapdor-Kleingrothaus and G.F. Lewis, (World Scientific, Singapore, 2008) pp 565-596 [= arXiv:0712.3984, astro-ph]. [INSPIRE Citations]

  40. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Cosmological equivalence principle and the weak-field limit,
    Phys. Rev. D 78 (2008) 084032. [= arXiv:0809.1183, gr-qc] [INSPIRE Citations]

  41. D.L. Wiltshire, M. Visser and S.M. Scott
    editors, The Kerr Spacetime: Rotating Black Holes in General Relativity,
    (Cambridge University Press, 2009).

  42. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Gravitational energy as dark energy: Towards concordance cosmology without Lambda
    in Dark Energy and Dark Matter: Observations, Experiments and Theories, eds E. Pécontal, T. Buchert, Ph. Di Stefano and Y. Copin, EAS Publications Series 36 (2009) 91-98. [= arXiv:0912.5234, astro-ph.CO] [INSPIRE Citations]

  43. D.L. Wiltshire,
    From time to timescape - Einstein's unfinished revolution,
    Int. J. Mod. Phys. D 18 (2009) 2121-2134. [= arXiv:0912.4563, gr-qc] [INSPIRE Citations]

  44. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Average observational quantities in the timescape cosmology,
    Phys. Rev. D 80 (2009) 123512. [= arXiv:0909.0749, astro-ph.CO] [INSPIRE Citations]

  45. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Dark energy without dark energy: Average observational quantities,
    in Dark Matter in Astroparticle and Particle Physics: Proceedings of the 7th International Heidelberg Conference, eds H.V. Klapdor-Kleingrothaus and I.V. Krivosheina, (World Scientific, Singapore, 2010) pp 397-412.

  46. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Gravitational energy as dark energy: Average observational quantities,
    in Proceedings of the Invisible Universe Conference, eds. J.-M. Alimi and A. Fuözfa, AIP Conf. Proc. 1241 (2010) 1182-1191. [= arXiv:0912.5236, astro-ph.CO]. [INSPIRE Citations]

  47. P.R. Smale and D.L. Wiltshire,
    Supernova tests of the timescape cosmology,
    Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. 413 (2011) 367-385. [= arXiv:1009.5855, astro-ph.CO] [INSPIRE Citations]

  48. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Gravitational energy as dark energy: Cosmic structure and apparent acceleration,
    in J. Auping (ed), Proceedings of the Conference on Two Cosmological Models,, (Plaza y Valdés, Mexico City, 2012) pp 361-384; also available in Google e-books edition; arXiv:1102.2045 [astro-ph.CO] [INSPIRE Citations].

  49. D.L. Wiltshire,
    What is dust? - Physical foundations of the averaging problem in cosmology,
    Class. Quantum Grav. 28 (2011) 164006. [= arXiv:1106.1693, gr-qc] [INSPIRE Citations]

  50. D.L. Wiltshire,
    Dark energy from cosmic structure,
    in Proceedings of the 12th Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, eds T. Damour, R.T. Jantzen and R. Ruffini, (World Scientific, Singapore, 2012) pp 434-452.

  51. D.L. Wiltshire, P.R. Smale, T. Mattsson and R. Watkins
    Hubble flow variance and the cosmic rest frame,
    Phys. Rev. D 88 (2013) 083529. [= arXiv:1201.5371, astro-ph.CO] [INSPIRE Citations].

  52. J.A.G. Duley, M.A. Nazer and D.L. Wiltshire
    Timescape cosmology with radiation fluid,
    Class. Quantum Grav. 30 (2013) 175006. [= arXiv:1306.3208, astro-ph.CO] [INSPIRE Citations].

  53. D.L. Wiltshire
    Cosmic structure, averaging and dark energy,
    in S.E. Perez Bergliaffa and M. Novello (eds), Proceedings of the 15th Brazilian School on Cosmology and Gravitation (Cambridge Scientific Publishers, 2014) pp 203-244; arXiv:1311.3787 [astro-ph.CO] [ INSPIRE Citations].

  54. M.A. Nazer and D.L. Wiltshire
    Cosmic microwave background anisotropies in the timescape cosmology,
    Phys. Rev. D 91 (2015) 063519. [= arXiv:1410.3470, astro-ph.CO] [ INSPIRE Citations].

  55. N. Uzun and D.L. Wiltshire
    Quasilocal energy and thermodynamic equilibrium conditions,
    Class. Quantum Grav. 32 (2015) 165011. [= arXiv:1506.05801, gr-qc] [INSPIRE Citations].

  56. T. Buchert, M. Carfora, G.F.R. Ellis, E.W. Kolb, M.A.H. MacCallum, J.J. Ostrowski, S. Räsänen, B.F. Roukema, L. Andersson, A.A. Coley and D.L. Wiltshire
    Is there proof that backreaction of inhomogeneities is irrelevant in cosmology?,
    Class. Quantum Grav. 32 (2015) 215021. [= arXiv:1505.07800, gr-qc] [ INSPIRE Citations ].

  57. J.H. McKay and D.L. Wiltshire
    Defining the frame of minimum nonlinear Hubble expansion variation,
    Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. 457 (2016) 3285-3305; 463 (2016) 3113 [= arXiv:1503.04192, astro-ph.CO] [INSPIRE Citations].

  58. T. Buchert, A.A. Coley, H. Kleinert, B.F. Roukema and D.L. Wiltshire
    Observational challenges for the standard FLRW model,
    Int. J. Mod. Phys. D 25 (2016) 1630007. [= arXiv:1512.03313, astro-ph.CO] [INSPIRE Citations].

  59. K. Bolejko, M.A. Nazer and D.L. Wiltshire
    Differential cosmic expansion and the Hubble flow anisotropy,
    J. Cosmol. Astropart. Phys. 06 (2016) 035 [= arXiv:1512.07364, astro-ph.CO] [ INSPIRE Citations ].

  60. A.A. Coley and D.L. Wiltshire
    What is general relativity?,
    Phys. Scr. 92 (2017) 053001 [= arXiv:1612.09309, gr-qc] .

  61. Lawrence H. Dam, Asta Heinesen, David L. Wiltshire
    Apparent cosmic acceleration from type Ia supernovae,
    arXiv:1706.07236 [astro-ph.CO] .