I've been looking for some good resources on integrals in four-space (SR and GR), and hope someone can suggest some! I'm not too interested in abstract mathematical formalisms to the extent of pure math though, I must keep in mind that this is all to do with physics (at least for me!).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I know there are 4 kinds of integrals one can do in four-space:

(1) Integrate a line element, ie. a curve.

(2) Surface integral on a 2-D surface.

(3) Integral on a 3-D hypersurface.

(4) 4-D volume integral.

Landau-Lifgarbagez gives a brief intro in their field theory book but I'd like to clear some things up instead of just having formulae presented to me.

Any suggestions???

Cheers guys!!

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# Good resources for integrals in Four-Space?

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