In the definition of fibre bundle we have a structure consist of (E, B,F, G, p, phi)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

E:total space

B:base manifold = E/R where R is a relation

p:projection map from E to B

F: fibre

G:lie group acting on F etc.

the relation between E and B is obvious but i dont get connection between F and E also the roles of phi(family of homeomorphisms) or G exactly.

I don't wanna just read the defn and pass

I stucked at this defn and really need help.

Can you give any explanation or an example ?

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# Fibre bundles

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