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Mathematics - Geometry & Topology | Topology, Geometry and Gauge fields - Foundations (Reviews)

Topology, Geometry and Gauge fields

Foundations

Series: Texts in Applied Mathematics, Vol. 25

Naber, Gregory L.

2nd ed. 2011, XX, 437 p.

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First Edition Review:

"Naber’s book, together with its predecessor[N4] subtitled Foundations, occupies a less populated niche in the market. This is the sector of teachable texts on differential geometry and its use in physics. Teachability does not refer to a definition-theorem-proof format. Nor does it imply anything about the depth of the treatment. Rather, it has to do with the organization of the topics, the selection of examples, the amount of instructive details provided, the ability to anticipate questions from the reader, and knowing when to stop."

--SIAM REVIEW

 

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