Yang–Mills and Einstein equations and complex/supersymmetric general-izations of the Minkowski and Einstein spacetime geometry.In this article, we give an introduction into the diﬀerential geometry of Finsler spinors and twistors. We shall deﬁne twistors for models of met-ric compatible Finsler spaces and study possible connections to the generalrelativity theory and modiﬁcations. Our ”pragmatic” goal is to point re-searchers that there is an important relation between the twistor transforms,nonholonomic deformations of fundamental spacetime geometric objects anda method for generating exact oﬀ–diagonal solutions of gravitational ﬁeldequations in Einstein gravity and modiﬁed/generalized theories.
We shallapply a geometric formalism related to the anholonomic frame deformationmethod of constructing exact solutions [5,6, 7] and A–brane, deformation
and gauge like quantization of gravity [8,9, 10]. In such models, Finsler
like variables can be introduced via respective nonholonomic 2+2 and/or
splitting, for distributions with ﬁbered structure, on Einstein and/or(pseudo) Riemannian manifolds. This allows us to decouple the Einsteinequations with respect to some classes of nonholonomic frames and con-struct generic oﬀ–diagonal exact solutions depending on all coordinates viacertain classes of generating and integration functions and parameters.Let us emphasize some substantial diﬀerences between the geometry of (pseudo) Finsler spaces and that of (pseudo) Riemannian manifolds
, seedeﬁnitions and details in next section. Diﬀerent models of Finsler geome-try are characterized by diﬀerent classes of nonlinear and linear connectionsand lifts on tangent bundles of geometric objects, nonholonomic distribu-tions and related curvature and torsion tensors. Such a geometry is notcompletely determined by a Finsler metric
), which is a nonlinearquadratic element with homogeneity conditions of typical ﬁber coordinates
on a tangent bundle
to a manifold
with local coordinates
or a (nonholonomic) manifold
with non–integrable ﬁbred structure. Thegeometric constructions on Finsler spaces have to be adapted to an anotherfundamental geometric object, the nonlinear connection (N–connection),
The corresponding metrics can not be diagonalized via coordinate transforms. Inmodern literature, there are used diﬀerent words ”anholonomic”, ”nonholonomic” and/or”non–integrable” which we shall consider as equivalent ones.
In our works, the meaning of the word ”pseudo” is equivalent to ”semi” which areused for models of curved spaces in standard particle and gravity physics and/or in math-ematical literature when the metric may have a local pseudo–Euclidean local signature of type (
+). Here we note that such terms, together with a nonstandard for physi-cists concept of Minkowski space, have diﬀerent deﬁnitions in some monographs on Finslergeometry [11, 12, 13, 14, 15,16], see also recent theories with (pseudo) Finsler metrics,
for instance,[17, 18,19,20, 21, 22].