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Lecture Notes on Differentiable Manifolds

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Lecture Notes on Differentiable Manifolds
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Publisher: National University of Singapore
Number of pages: 78

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Contents: Tangent Spaces, Vector Fields in Rn and the Inverse Mapping Theorem; Topological and Differentiable Manifolds, Diffeomorphisms, Immersions, Submersions and Submanifolds; Examples of Manifolds; Fibre Bundles and Vector Bundles; Tangent Bundles and Vector Fields; Riemann Metric and Cotangent Bundles; Tensor Bundles, Tensor Fields and Differential Forms; Orientation and Integration; The Exterior Derivative and the Stokes Theorem.

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