## 摘要

Asymptotically flat gravitating systems have 10 conserved quantities, which lack proper local densities. It has been hoped that the teleparallel equivalent of Einstein's GR (TEGR, aka GR| |) could solve this gravitational energy-momentum localization problem. Meanwhile a new idea: quasilocal quantities, has come into favor. The earlier quasilocal investigations focused on energy-momentum. Recently we considered quasilocal angular momentum for the teleparallel theory and found that the popular expression (unlike our "covariant-symplectic" one) gives the correct result only in a certain frame. We now report that the center-of-mass moment, which has largely been neglected, gives an even stronger requirement. We found (independent of the frame gauge) that our "covariant symplectic" Hamiltonian-boundary-term quasilocal expression succeeds for all the quasilocal quantities, while the usual expression cannot give the desired centerof- mass moment. We also conclude, contrary to hopes, that the teleparallel formulation appears to have no advantage over GR with regard to localization.

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主出版物標題 | The Tenth Marcel Grossmann Meeting |

主出版物子標題 | On Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental General Relativity, Gravitation and Relativistic Field Theories |

發行者 | World Scientific Publishing Co. |

頁面 | 1483-1494 |

頁數 | 12 |

卷 | 2 |

ISBN（電子） | 9789812704030 |

ISBN（列印） | 9789812566676 |

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出版狀態 | 已出版 - 1 1月 2006 |