How "continuity" of a map Τ:M→M, where M is a Minkowski space, can be defined? Obviously I cannot use the "metric" induced by the minkowskian product:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

x[itex]\cdot[/itex]y = -x[itex]^{0}[/itex]y[itex]^{0}[/itex]+x[itex]^{i}[/itex]y[itex]^{i}[/itex]

for the definition of coninuity; it is a misinformer about the proximity of points. Should I use the Euclidean metric instead?

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# Continuity in Minkowski space

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