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Euler Class of a vector field
Just take the Euler class of the orthogonal $2$plane field in $TM$, oriented with respect to $X$ by the righthand rule. I think this question is more suitable for math.stackexchange.com.
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A question on existence of $Spin^c$structure $P\to M$
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How to prove this Weitzenbock formula?
Does this not follow from equation (4.14) on the previous page, which is Lemma 6.1.7 of DonaldsonKronheimer?
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Connection on canonical $\operatorname{Spin}^\mathbb{C}$ spinor bundle on symplectic manifold
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BakryEmery Laplacian and Hodge Decomposition
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Enlightened
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Nice Answer
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Construction of the Casson invariant
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Getting the story of Dynkin and Satake diagrams straight
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How many ways we have to prove that a topologically (or analytically) nice mapping is injective?
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How many ways we have to prove that a topologically (or analytically) nice mapping is injective?
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Uniqueness on square root of complex Line Bundle
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Analytic stuctures on $\mathbb R^n$ and the nilpotent ideal of supermanifolds
Michael Freedman found the first exotic $\Bbb R^4$ in 1982. As far as I know Milnor never did any work on exotic $\Bbb R^4$'s.
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Can repunits be perfect cubes?
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