Alexander A. Ermolitski. On a geometric black hole of a compact manifold
Submitted on: Mar 11, 2012, 21:24:04
Natural Sciences / Mathematics / Topology
Description: Using a smooth triangulation and a Riemannian metric on a compact, connected, closed manifold Mn of dimension n we claim that every such Mn can be represented as a union of a n-dimensional cell Cn and a connected union Kn-1 (dim Kn-1<= n-1) of some finite number of subsimplexes of the triangulation. A sufficiently small closed neighborhood of Kn-1 is called a geometric black hole. Any smooth tensor field K (a fiber bundle) can be deformed into a continuous and sectionally smooth tensor field K where K has a very simple construction out of the black hole.
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