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The following was given as an intuitive explanation of understanding why a sphere's area is four times the area of the...
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let x a point on complex manifold X, z_j a coordinate system at x , E a holomorphic bundle and let h_α be a...
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Hello, the definition of diffeomorphism is: a bijection f:M\rightarrow N between two manifolds, such that both f and...
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I am a physicist trying to understand the notion of holonomy in principal bundles. I am reading about the...
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Just like the title says, what is a dual vector. I am reviewing Panton's "Incompressible Flow", Chapter 3, and a brief...
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Hello all, this is my first topic here at PF, though I have been using this site as a homework aid for quite a while....
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Hello, So, given two points, x and x', in a Lorentzian manifold (although I think it's the same for a Riemannian...
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hello! i'm new over here.. Hope i'm writing where it should be written. What is the solution of ...
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Say we take N random points in a volume V and connect the points pairwise with line-segments. I would like to estimate...
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Here is the problem: If M is a manifold with boundary, then find a retraction r:U→∂M where U is a neighborhood of ∂M....
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Hey folks, Bit of a complex question here, but I'm hoping someone smarter than myself can help me figure this out. I...
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Would someone here be able to write down for me an example of a metric on a manifold with both macroscopic dimensions,...
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Given a real vector space, I understand the significance of defining a complex structure. Now, if J is a complex...
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I'm having difficulty understanding the nature of a plane in complex space. Specifically, I have two complex (N...
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A 180 degree circular arc (i.e. a half sphere) is obvious: When you rotate this...
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According to the link below, fractal dimension is an exponent of some sort:...
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Hello! Could anybody give me some hint with the following problem? Consider a smooth, compact embedded submanifold M =...
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I have a regular curve, \underline{a}(s), in ℝN (parameterised by its arc length, s). To a running point on the...
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Exercise #27 from a textbook called Kiselev's Geometry / Book I. Planimetry: Using only compass, construct a 1...
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A book I'm reading (Companion to Concrete Math Vol. I by Melzak) mentions, "...any ellipse occurs as a plane section...
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Consider a circle of diameter d. Inscribe a triangle within the circle so that the triangle has hypotenuse d. ...
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I have recently experimented with algorithms for rendering colour gradients. Linear gradients are no problem, but...
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Not sure if this is a topology question but here goes. Imagine an infinitely long piece of string and I cut it in...
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I can figure out how to do a rigid rotation in n dimensions. Next I want to look at non-rigid rotations. Lets...
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I read some books and see that the definition of covariant tensor and contravariant tensor. Covariant tensor(rank 2)...
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In a game I'm developing, I have an ellipse which contains a blue shape inside of it like follows: ...
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If we want to solve $$f(x)=0$$ we can re-write the equation as $$g(x)=x$$ and use the fixed point method, i.e,...
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Knowing the initial point of a vector (X1,Y1) and its magnitude and angle (R,θ) HOW CAN I CALCULATE ITS FINAL POINT...
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If we have a unit circle within a square s.t. the square touches the circle in 4 places then the biggest gap we can...
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Hello, let's suppose I have the following system of curvilinear coordinates in ℝ2: x(u,v) = u y(u,v) = v + e^u where...
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Hello, Can anyone explain to me, or tell me a good source where I can find the divergence theorem in a Lorentzian...
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hi friends, Suppose we have a vector bundle E equipped with a hermitian metric h, and in a subbundle of E noted SE ....
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How can I calculate degrees of freedom of a rank (o,3) tensor, Aabc, that is mixed symmetry and antisymmetric in the...
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Hello all, this is my first time posting on this forum, so to start with, it's good to meet you all and thanks in...
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Suppose I have a vector space. There is circle with center at the origin of the vector space. There is also a line L...
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This about those magnetic toys buckyballs. My apologies, I don't really know any physics, so sorry if my terminology...
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Consider the unit ball B:=B_1(0)\subset \mathbb{R}^2. How can one prove that the set B\times B \setminus D, where...
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Ok, so I'm trying to plot the unit circle using the chebyvhev metric, which should give me a square. I am trying this...
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