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Topic: hodge decompostion
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Jan Bielawski

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Re: hodge decompostion
Posted: Jun 17, 1996 9:12 PM
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In article <4pi8mo$bm7@guitar.ucr.edu> baez@guitar.ucr.edu (john baez) writes:
<The pth deRham cohomology is then isomorphic to the space of
^^^^^^
de Rham (nyeh nyeh)
<harmonic p-forms.

No, I have nothing better to do at this moment.
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