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comment Gauge theory on a trivial bundle
@AlexDegtyarev: maybe I'm mistaken, but I think the OP is denoting by $\Omega1(P)$ the $G$-invariant $1$-forms on $P$
Jan
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comment Gauge theory on a trivial bundle
A small remark: actually $\mathfrak{g}^*$ corresponds to invariant differential forms on $G$, not to the whole of $\Omega^1(G)$
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comment a good introduction to Laplace Beltrami operator over differential manifolds?
Or, maybe, $X$ is a map $X: \mathbb{R}^2 \to\mathbb{R}^3$ and $\Delta X$ means "take the Euclidean Laplacian of each component of $X$ ", and the equation says you obtain the components of a vector field on the image of $X$ which is proportional to the normal vector field?
Mar
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comment a good introduction to Laplace Beltrami operator over differential manifolds?
Yan, I can't make sense of your equation as it is written. The $\Delta$ operator acts on functions (or differential forms), not on manifolds. Even assuming the LHS was $\Delta_X$ in the sense of "the Laplace-Beltrami operator on the manifold $X$", the RHS is not a differential operator but a vector field on $X$. So, please, clarify.
Mar
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comment a good introduction to Laplace Beltrami operator over differential manifolds?
Could you try to clarify the notation? For example, what does $\Delta X$ mean for $X$ a smooth surface in $\mathbb{R}^n$?
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comment About 0.999… = 1
(Thank you for your valid answer. I accepted the other one because of the comment thread following it)
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comment About 0.999… = 1
Ok, thank you for the explanation.
Jan
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comment About 0.999… = 1
We're interested in something like $(1-r)(1+r+r^2+\dots r^N)=1-r^N$. Which property (of ordered fields?) is being transferred? (it would be an occasion for me to understand what this transfer principle is about, in an elementary instance like this)
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comment About 0.999… = 1
But why the formula $\sum_{i=1}^N r^i=(1-r^N)/(1-r)$, for $r$ real, is still valid when $N$ is infinite? (btw, yes I think "infinite" is the technical term used in nostandard analysis)
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