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Calculus of Differential Forms: Course

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Calculus of Differential Forms: Course
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Publisher: Intelligent Perception

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This is a two-semester course in n-dimensional calculus. It covers the derivative, the integral, differential forms, and a variety of applications. An emphasis is made on the coordinate free, vector analysis. Contents: Vector calculus; Continuous differential forms; Integration of differential forms; Manifolds and differential forms.

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