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Manifolds with analytic corners

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Manifolds with boundary and with corners form categories ${\bf Man}\subset{\bf Man^b}\subset{\bf Man^c}$. A manifold with corners $X$ has two notions of tangent bundle: the tangent bundle $TX$, and the b-tangent bundle ${}^bTX$. The usual definition of smooth structure uses $TX$, as $f:X\to\mathbb{R}$ is defined to be smooth if $\nabla^kf$ exists as a continuous section of $\bigotimes^kT^*X$ for all $k\ge 0$. We define 'manifolds with analytic corners', or 'manifolds with a-corners', with a...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
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Oxford, MPLS, Mathematical Institute
URN:
uuid:0550c6f4-c70c-4a0f-a092-53858adf94f0
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623283
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