2 edition of **Lectures on fibre bundles and differential geometry** found in the catalog.

Lectures on fibre bundles and differential geometry

J. L. Koszul

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Published
**1960**
by Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in Bombay
.

Written in English

- Fiber bundles (Mathematics),
- Geometry, Differential.,
- Connections (Mathematics),
- Holonomy groups.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by J. L. Koszul. Notes by S. Ramanan. |

Series | Lectures on mathematics and physics -- 20. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 130 p. : |

Number of Pages | 130 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL14078003M |

I am looking for a textbook that might serve as an introduction to topology of principal bundles or frame bundles, specially the global frame field and the connection on them. Currently, the only book I know of in this regard is: "Lectures on Differential Geometry" by S. S. Chern & W. H. Chen & K. S. Lam. Lectures on Differential Geometry. Introduction to Geometry and Topology. Translated by Walker Stern. Compact Textbooks in Mathematics. Birkhäuser, x+ pp. Connections and Geodesics. Connections on manifolds, geodesics, exponential map. Vector Bundles and Connections. A short and elementary exposition of vector bundles and connections.

Advanced Differential Geometry for Theoreticians. Fiber bundles, jet manifolds and Lagranian theory The book is based on the graduate and post graduate courses of lectures given at the. Lecture notes for the course in Differential Geometry Guided reading course for winter /6* The textbook: F. Warner, Foundations of Differentiable Manifolds and Lie Groups, Chapters 1, 2 and 4. Take-home exam at the end of each semester (about problems for four weeks of quiet thinking).

Differential Geometry and Mathematical Physics Lectures given at the Meetings of the Belgian Contact Group on Differential Geometry held at Liège, May 2–3, and at Leuven, February 6–8, Editors: Cahen, M., DeWilde, M., Lemaire, L., Vanhecke, L. (Eds.) Free Preview. Characterization of tangent space as derivations of the germs of functions. Differential map and diffeomorphisms. Lecture Notes 6. Proofs of the inverse function theorem and the rank theorem. Lecture Notes 7. Smooth submanifolds, and immersions. Proof of the smooth embeddibility of smooth manifolds in Euclidean space. Tangent Bundles. Lecture.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Koszul, J.L. (Jean Louis). Lectures on fibre bundles and differential geometry.

Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag: Published for the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Koszul, J.L. (Jean Louis). Lectures on fibre bundles and differential geometry. Bombay, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Lectures on Fibre Bundles and Differential Geometry by J.L.

Koszul. Publisher: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research ISBN/ASIN: BILP40 Number of pages: Description: Contents: Differential Calculus; Differentiable Bundles; Connections on Principal Bundles; Holonomy Groups; Vector Bundles and Derivation Laws; Holomorphic Connections (Complex vector bundles, Almost.

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