By Jürgen Jost

ISBN-10: 3540259074

ISBN-13: 9783540259077

This confirmed reference paintings maintains to steer its readers to a few of the most well liked issues of latest mathematical learn. in addition to a number of smaller additions, reorganizations, corrections, and a scientific bibliography, the most new gains of the 4th version are a scientific creation to Kähler geometry and the presentation of extra recommendations from geometric analysis.

From the stories: "This ebook presents a truly readable advent to Riemannian geometry and geometric research. the writer specializes in utilizing analytic equipment within the examine of a few basic theorems in Riemannian geometry, e.g., the Hodge theorem, the Rauch comparability theorem, the Lyusternik and Fet theorem and the lifestyles of harmonic mappings. With the massive improvement of the mathematical topic of geometric research, the current textbook is such a lot welcome. [..] The ebook is made extra attention-grabbing through the views in a variety of sections." Math. Reviews

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2 Let G be a subgroup of Gl(n, R), for example O(n) or SO(n), the orthogonal or special orthogonal group. We say that a vector bundle has the structure group G if there exists an atlas of bundle charts for which all transition maps have their values in G. 3 Let (E, π, M ) be a vector bundle. A section of E is a diﬀerentiable map s : M → E with π ◦ s = idM . The space of sections of E is denoted by Γ (E). We have already seen an example of a vector bundle above, namely the tangent bundle T M of a diﬀerentiable manifold M.

T. this basis, we obtain a map Φ : Tp M → Rd v = v i ei → (v 1 , . . , v d ). For the subsequent construction, we identify Tp M with Rd via Φ. 3, there exists a neighborhood U of p which is mapped by exp−1 p diﬀeomorphically onto a neighborhood of 0 ∈ Tp M, hence, with our identiﬁcation Tp M ∼ = Rd , diﬀeomorphically onto a neighborhood Ω of 0 ∈ Rd . In particular, p is mapped to 0. 4 The local coordinates deﬁned by the chart (exp−1 p , U ) are called (Riemannian) normal coordinates with center p.

3). In our presentation, we only consider ﬁnite dimensional Riemannian manifolds. It is also possible, and often very useful, to introduce inﬁnite dimensional Riemannian manifolds. Those are locally modeled on Hilbert spaces instead of Euclidean ones. The lack of local compactness leads to certain technical complications, but most ideas and constructions of Riemannian geometry pertain to the inﬁnite dimensional case. Such inﬁnite dimensional manifolds arise for example naturally as certain spaces of curves on ﬁnite dimensional Riemannian manifolds.

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