The Stability Theorem for Smooth Pseudoisotopies by Igusa K.

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Tanda, T. Tsuneta, Y. Okajima, K. Inagaki, K. Yamaya and N. Hatakenaka, Nature 417, 397 (2002). 16 TOPOLOGY IN PHYSICS* R. edu The phenomenon of quantum number fractionalization is explained. The relevance of non-trivial phonon field topology is emphasized. 1. Introduction Discussions of the spatial forms of physical materials use in a natural way geometrical and topological concepts. It is to be expected that arrangements of matter should form patterns that are described by pre-existing mathematical structures drawn from geometry and topology.

The canonical connection form on S,jv,fc(C) is defined as a one-form A = VUV, (12) which takes its value in the Lie algebra u(k). The holonomy associated with this connection is called the Berry phase in case of k = 1 and the Wilczek-Zee holonomy in general. We define Riemannian metrices, ||<2V||2 = tr(dVUV) for the Stiefel manifold and ||dP|| 2 = tr (dPdP) for the Grassmann manifold. For any curve P(t) in Gjv,fc(C), there is a curve V(t) in SN,k(C) such that n(V(t)) = P{t). f-0, it is called a horizontal lift of the curve P(t).

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