Applied exterior calculus by Dominic G.B. Edelen

By Dominic G.B. Edelen

This booklet supplies an utilized creation to external calculus for top department undergraduates and starting graduate scholars. improvement is operational with an emphasis on computation skillability and uncomplicated geometric notions. attention is proscribed to neighborhood questions. The publication additionally gains absolutely labored out examples and issues of solutions.

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