Hi, I'm just wondering, a vector valued (or (n,0) tensor valued) p form is the same as a rank (n,p) tensor which is totally anti-symmetric bottom indices right? Is there a difference?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

A (n,m) valued p form is a (n,m+p) tensor which is anti-symmetric in the lower p indices?

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# Vector valued forms

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