Topology and Geometry (Graduate Texts in Mathematics)

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The fiest homology groups is of dimension 2g (the anti-holomorphic forms gives the remaining g). And now we find things like: Superstring theory, where everything depends on the topology of incredibly small vibrating loops. Starting with the work of Riemann, the intrinsic point of view was developed, in which one cannot speak of moving 'outside' the geometric object because it is considered as given in a free-standing way.

Pages: 131

Publisher: Springer (November 19, 2010)

ISBN: 1441931031

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