I have been reading a lot about Differential Forms lately because its so sexy. I have a pretty good grasp of how wedge product, hodge star, and differential operator "d" work, and their application to physics (it took me some time to see how d*F=J). I want to continue reading about it because I'm sure there more to it than a 30 page article and a wikipedia page, but I don't quite see where the more advanced materials are.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# How big of a field is Differential Forms?

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