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differential geometry for physicists and mathematicians moving frames and differential forms from euclid past riemann by josÃ© g vargas pst associates llc usa this is a book that the author wishes had been available to him when he was student it reflects his interest in knowing like expert mathematicians the most relevant mathematics for theoretical physics but in the style of physicists this means that one is not facing the study of a collection of definitions remarks theorems corollaries lemmas etc but a narrative â€” almost like a story being told â€” that does not impede sophistication and deep results it covers differential geometry far beyond what general relativists perceive they need to know and it introduces readers to other areas of mathematics that are of interest to physicists and mathematicians but are largely overlooked among these is clifford algebra and its uses in conjunction with differential forms and moving frames it opens new research vistas that

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