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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
10
accepted Meaning of $S^{-1}R$ notation
Feb
6
asked Prove that an intersection of domains is connected
Feb
6
accepted Codomain included in domain for a continuous function
Feb
6
asked Codomain included in domain for a continuous function
Jan
30
answered Attaching maps in a product cell complex
Jan
29
asked Attaching maps in a product cell complex
Jan
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awarded  Yearling
Oct
25
accepted Covariant derivative as a connection on a vector bundle
Oct
24
comment Covariant derivative as a connection on a vector bundle
So, a connection is always a $\Gamma(E) \to \Gamma(E\otimes T^*M)$ function, and since there is a bijection between the spaces of covariant derivatives and connections (obtained from the contraction), a covariant derivative uniquely defines a connection ?
Oct
23
revised Covariant derivative as a connection on a vector bundle
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Oct
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revised Covariant derivative as a connection on a vector bundle
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Oct
23
comment Covariant derivative as a connection on a vector bundle
I get that, my question is why would the new object be considered a connection as well ?
Oct
22
accepted Completion of absolute value on an integral domain
Oct
22
revised Covariant derivative as a connection on a vector bundle
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Oct
22
asked Covariant derivative as a connection on a vector bundle
Oct
4
comment Meaning of $S^{-1}R$ notation
Thank you for the link !
Oct
4
asked Meaning of $S^{-1}R$ notation
Sep
28
comment Completion of absolute value on an integral domain
For example, I thought of associating each integer with a constant sequence having that value, and then constructing the corresponding coset, but I am not sure that would be an injection.
Sep
28
asked Completion of absolute value on an integral domain