im thinking of taking in 2008 the second semester a course in analysis of manifolds.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

now some of the preliminaries although not obligatory, are differnetial geometry and topology, i will not have them at that time, so i think to learn it by my own, will baby rudin and adult rudin books will suffice, perhaps also for the course itself?

here's the syllabus of the course:

http://www2.tau.ac.il/yedion/syllabus.asp?year=2006&course=03663115

don't worry it's in english.

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# Taking a course in calculus on manifolds.

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