This text covers differentiable manifolds, global calculus, differential geometry, and related topics constituting a core of information for the first or second year. This book is based on the full year Ph.D. qualifying course on differentiable manifolds, global calculus, differential geometry, and related topics. The two main textbooks for this course are Differentiable Manifolds. A First Course by Lawrence Conlon, Birkhäuser Advanced Texts, Basler Lehrebücher.
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It will be a valuable aid to graduate and PhD students, lecturers, and-as a reference work-to research mathematicians. Other editions – View all Differentiable Manifolds: This book is very suitable for students wishing to learn the subject, and interested teachers can find well-chosen and nicely presented materials for their courses. There are many good exercises. The style is clear and precise, and this makes the book a good reference text. Differentiable Manifolds is a text designed to cover this material in a careful and sufficiently detaile The basics of differentiable manifolds, global calculus, differential geometry, and related topics constitute a core of information essential for the first or second year graduate student preparing for advanced courses and seminars in differential topology and geometry.
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Review quote “This is a carefully written and wide-ranging textbook suitable mainly for graduate courses, although some advanced undergraduate courses may benefit from the early chapters.
The themes of linearization, re integration, and global versus local calculus are emphasized throughout. Account Options Sign in.
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Book ratings by Goodreads. The presentation is smooth, the choice of topics is optimal and the book can be profitably used for self teaching. Presupposed is a good grounding in general topology and modern algebra, especially linear algebra and the analogous theory of modules over a commutative, unitary ring.
Topics that can be omitted safely in a first course are clearly marked, making this edition easier to use for such a course, as well as for private study by non-specialists. Simplicial Homotopy Theory Paul G.
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Description The basics of differentiable manifolds, global calculus, differential geometry, and related topics constitute a core of information essential for the first or second year graduate student preparing for advanced courses and seminars in differential topology and geometry. The book is useful for undergraduate and graduate students as well as for several researchers.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The choice of topics certainly gives the reader a good basis for further self study. There are certain basic themes of which the reader should be aware.
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