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Topic: Tensor Definition
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Tanu R.

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Re: Tensor Definition
Posted: Jul 9, 2013 11:33 PM
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Shmuel Metz wrote:

> In <slrnktoopj.pkp.hrubin@skew.stat.purdue.edu>, on 07/09/2013
> at 07:17 PM, Herman Rubin <hrubin@skew.stat.purdue.edu> said:

>> Still thinking like geometers or physicists.
> What contemporary geometer would assume 3 dimensions in the definition
> of tensor? For that matter, I'm sceptical that a post-Relativity
> physicist would.

Physicists use(d) phase (or configuration) spaces, eg the infinitely
dimensional Hilbert space in quantum physics since some year 1877


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