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This graduate-level monographic textbook treats utilized differential geometry from a contemporary medical standpoint. Co-authored via the originator of the realm s best human movement simulator Human Biodynamics Engine , a posh, 264-DOF bio-mechanical procedure, modeled via differential-geometric instruments this can be the 1st e-book that mixes glossy differential geometry with a large spectrum of functions, from smooth mechanics and physics, through nonlinear keep watch over, to biology and human sciences. The booklet is designed for a two-semester path, which supplies mathematicians quite a few purposes for his or her idea and physicists, in addition to different scientists and engineers, a powerful thought underlying their types.
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16 A pseudo–Riemannian manifold is a variant of Riemannian manifold where the metric tensor is allowed to have an indefinite signature (as opposed to a positive–definite one). April 19, 2007 18 16:57 WSPC/Book Trim Size for 9in x 6in ApplDifGeom Applied Differential Geometry: A Modern Introduction The main point of Riemann surfaces is that holomorphic (analytic complex) functions may be defined between them. Riemann surfaces are nowadays considered the natural setting for studying the global behavior of these functions, especially multi–valued functions such as the square root or the logarithm.
The curvature of a connected manifold can be characterized intrinsically by taking a vector at some point and parallel transporting it along a curve on the manifold. Although comparing vectors at different points is generally not a well–defined process, an affine connection ∇ is a rule which describes how to legitimately move a vector along a curve on the manifold without changing its direction (‘keeping the vector parallel’). , for any three vector–fields X, Y, Z ∈ M we have Xg(Y, Z) = g(∇X Y, Z)+g(Y, ∇X Z), where Xg(Y, Z) denotes the derivative of a function g(Y, Z) along a vector–field X.
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