Differential geometry and its applications

Differential geometry and its applications

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Finally, by using (2.15), (2.16) and the covariant derivatives (1.26) and (1.29) with respect to the gauge . ... on E. Therefore, we get a gauge ^-connection GHC = ( NT, F, hJtDtl*1LjitCtll-agt;fi) given by (2.24), (2.25), (1.23), (2.26) F4i-jn \^iaquot;+a?

Title:Differential geometry and its applications
Author: János Szenthe, L. Tamássy, Bolyai János Matematikai Társulat
Publisher:North Holland - 1992

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