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Q−1 ) is a vector field is that ∇ei T is a (p, q) tensor. So it is a linear combination of the direct sums of p one forms and q vector fields. After acting on p vector fields and (q − 1) one forms, ∇ei T has only one component left, a vector field. The divergence of a vector field takes the following form in local coordinates: ∂ For a C 1 vector field X = ξ i ∂x i, 1 ∂ √ i divX = √ ( gξ) g ∂xi where √ g≡ det(gij ).
E. dh ηh = X(t)(ηh ). Therefore we just need to show that φ∗h+t,t α − ηh∗ α lim = 0. 1. Riemann manifolds, connections, Riemann metric 43 for any smooth vector fields Z. Choose a smooth function f on M. Then (φh+t,t )∗ Z − (ηh )∗ Z f ◦ φh+t,t − f ◦ ηh f = Z( lim ). h→0 h→0 h h lim Therefore we only have to show f ◦ φh+t,t − f ◦ ηh = 0. 7) By definition, for a point p ∈ M, dφt,s (p) d (f ◦ φt,s (p)) = f = X(t)(φt,s (p))f. dt dt Hence h f ◦ φh+t,t (p) = f (p) + X(t + l)(φt+l,t (p))f dl. 0 In the same manner h f ◦ ηh (p) = f (p) + X(t)(ηl (p))f dl.
Iq dxi1 ∧ . . ∧ dxiq . iq ∧ dxi1 ∧ . . ∧ dxiq . 3 It is easy to see that in local coordinates (U, φ) with φ = (x1 , . . 3. Next we explain how to integrate differential forms on differential manifolds. We emphasize that this concept of integration is well defined 34 Chapter 3. Basics of Riemann geometry even if the manifold is not equipped with a metric. At this moment integration is regarded as a linear functional on the space of smooth functions. After we provide the manifold with a metric, say a Riemannian one, then we will choose special forms so that the resulting integration is compatible with the metric.
A Representation Theory for Commutative Topological Algebra by Richard V. Kadison