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Number of spanning forests in a graph
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Car movement - differential geometry interpretation.
Dear Beni Bogosel you could give a look to "Nonholonomic Mechanics and Control" by A.Bloch. |
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Car movement - differential geometry interpretation.
Dear jkersch: it could be helpful for someone starting to learn analysis on manifolds, to see the product formula (cf. for example Abraham, Marsden, Ratiu MTA) as justification of the interpretation you give of the Lie bracket of vector fields. I believe that this interpretation is not always presented in introductory texts to smooth manifolds. |
May 30 |
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Kernel of a bundle map
Dear Benjamin: Please, Martin and Daniel's remarks, however objectionable, are directed exclusively to the question, and not at all to the questioner. |
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Sobolev space: probably simple ode…
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How to prove that a certain action is hamiltonian?
@Robert Bryant: Thank you very much for the attention, and the careful historical information. I did not known exactly where, in the work of Elie Cartan, this formula appeared for the first time. Please, my previous observation was just an hypothesis to explain the attribution of this formula to Henri instead than to Elie, as I found it sometimes in the literature. |
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How to prove that a certain action is hamiltonian?
@Theo Buehler: Yes surely it is due to the foundational work of Elié Cartan, but I thought it was named after his son Henri Cartan, for this formula is singled out in his axiomatic presentation of the equivariant cohomology for smooth manifolds acted by a Lie group. Precisely, I found it under this name in Symplectic Geometry and Analytical Mechanics of Libermann and Marle. Thanks again for your help with editing and for your suggestion about LaTeX. |
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How to prove that a certain action is hamiltonian?
@Theo Buehler: Thanks a lot. |
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How to prove that a certain action is hamiltonian?
Please, excuse me, even if I exactly copied the text of the quoted question, here I have some difficulties in visualizing the sketched proof. Do you have the same troubles? |
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Proof of Upper bound of price of anarchy in local connection game
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May 24 |
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A mass spring model for hair simulation
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May 23 |
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What are “perfectoid spaces”?
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May 22 |
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The $ Pic ^ 0 $ of an abelian variety
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May 22 |
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$D_X$ algebras, $D_X$ schemes, connections
I supposed Beilinson Drinfeld Chiral Algebras ams.org/bookstore-getitem/item=COLL-51 |
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What is a good way to think about a fundamental field on a principal G-bundle?
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