Concepts From Tensor Analysis and Differential Geometry

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Unfortunately, nothing is said on representation theory, but that can be found in Georgi's book. Compared to texts, such as Arfken Weber, Mathematical Methods for Physics, A Course in Modern Mathematical Physics is different, and emphasis is on proof and theory. There are no compulsory courses on geometry in the bachelor programme of mathematics but references to geometric topics are contained in the cycle "Linear algebra and geometry" (elementary geometry) and in the course "Advanced analysis and elementary differential geometry".

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Publisher: Academic Press; 1St Edition edition (1961)


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