# invariant manifold

invariant manifold
инвариантное (напр., относительно преобразования исследования Пуанкаре) многообразие; см. также manifold

Англо-русский словарь промышленной и научной лексики. 2014.

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• Differentiable manifold — A nondifferentiable atlas of charts for the globe. The results of calculus may not be compatible between charts if the atlas is not differentiable. In the middle chart the Tropic of Cancer is a smooth curve, whereas in the first it has a sharp… …   Wikipedia

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