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Gauge Theory and LowDimensional Topology (Part I: Historical Context)
Hi! This month, I thought I would start a brief series of articles describing the uses of gauge theory in mathematics. Rather than discuss current research directions in gauge theory (of which there are many), I hope to give an … Continue reading
What is a Manifold? (6/6)
In posts 13 we were able to reduce all of the geometry of a curve in 3space to an interval along with two or three realvalued functions. We also discussed when two setsĀ of such data give equivalent (overlapping) curves. This … Continue reading