Differential Geometry for Physicists
This book is divided into fourteen chapters, with 18 appendices as introduction to prerequisite topological and algebraic knowledge, etc. The first seven chapters focus on local analysis. This part can be used as a fundamental textbook for graduate students of theoretical physics. Chapters 8-10 discuss geometry on fibre bundles, which facilitates further reference for researchers. The last four chapters deal with the Atiyah-Singer index theorem, its generalization and its application, quantum anomaly, cohomology field theory and noncommutative geometry, giving the reader a glimpse of the frontier of current research in theoretical physics.
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Noncommutative Geometry Quantum Group and deformation
Transformation of Manifold Manifolds with Given Vector Fields
Affine Connection and Covariant Differentiation
Symplectic Manifold and Contact Manifold
Homology of Manifolds
Homotopy of Manifold Fibre Bundle Classification of Fibre Bun
Family Index Theorem Topological properties of Quantum Gauge
Some Basic Algebraic Structures
Homomorphism of Algebraic Structure and Tensor Algebra
F Abelian Group
H Quarternion and Milnor Exotic Spheres
J ndimensional Sphere 5
Clifford Algebra Spin Group and its Representations
Differential Geometry of Fibre Bundle YangMills Gauge Theory
The AtiyahSinger Index Theorem
Index Theorem on Manifold with Boundary and on Open Infinite
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