To talk about differentiable vector fields in Galilean space-time, one needs to define convergence. Galilean space-time is an affine space and its associated vector space is a real 4-dimensional vector space which has a 3-dimensional subspace isomorphic to Euclidean vector space.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

There is no norm defined in Galilean space-time so how does one define convergence in this space?

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# Convergence in Galilean space-time

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