Differential Topology by A. Banyaga (auth.), Prof. Vinicio Villani (eds.)
By A. Banyaga (auth.), Prof. Vinicio Villani (eds.)
A. Banyaga: at the team of diffeomorphisms keeping a precise symplectic.- G.A. Fredricks: a few feedback on Cauchy-Riemann structures.- A. Haefliger: Differentiable Cohomology.- J.N. Mather: at the homology of Haefliger’s classifying space.- P. Michor: Manifolds of differentiable maps.- V. Poenaru: a few feedback on low-dimensional topology and immersion theory.- F. Sergeraert: los angeles classe de cobordisme des feuilletages de Reeb de S³ est nulle.- G. pockets: Invariant de Godbillon-Vey et difféomorphismes commutants.
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The groupoid rM (cf. I,7). III,i) can be considered as a differentiable groupoid, 'l M being a differentiable n-manifold, but not Hausdorff. On rM, one can consider another topology ; roughly two germs are closed together if their jets are close. For a precise definition, k let J rM be the differentiable groupoid of k-jets of local diffeomorphisms of M ; it is a differentiable manifold (compare with I,8) ; with the source We define JrM projection, it is a bundle with fiber isomorphic to pk M' k as the inverse limit of the J r ;it will be considered as some kind of M differentiable groupoid.
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