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This edition of the invaluable text Modern Differential Geometry for Physicists contains an additional chapter that introduces some of the basic ideas of general topology needed in differential geometry.

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Eric Johnson added it Nov 25, These lecture notes are the content of an introductory course on modern, co-ordinate-free differential geometry which is taken by first-year theoretical physics PhD students, or by students attending the one-year MSc course, “Fundamental Fields and Forces” at Fifferential College.

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To ask puysicists readers questions about Modern Differential Geometry for Physicistsplease sign up. The book is concerned entirely with mathematics proper, although the emphasis and detailed topics have been chosen bearing in mind the way in which differential geometry is applied to modern theoretical physics. User Review – Flag as inappropriate It can be shown that this is a book you should not read. Account Options Sign in. Sascha added differenfial Jan 11, This is done with awareness of the difficulty which physics graduate students often experience when being exposed for the first time to the rather abstract ideas of differential geometry.

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Does exactly what it says on the tin, taking particular care to explain traditional physicist abuses of notation in explicit mathematician-friendly terms. Matteo Furia rated it liked it Dec 09, In the introduction to differential geometry the author lays considerable stress on the basic ideas of “tangent space structure”, which he develops from several different points of view – some geometrical, physicistss more algebraic.

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