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Introduction to Differential Topology, de Rham Theory and Morse Theory

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Introduction to Differential Topology, de Rham Theory and Morse Theory
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Publisher: Radboud University
Number of pages: 80

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Contents: Why Differential Topology? Basics of Differentiable Manifolds; Local structure of smooth maps; Transversality Theory; More General Theory; Differential Forms and de Rham Theory; Tensors and some Riemannian Geometry; Morse Theory; Perspectives.

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