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#18528 new task
SageManifolds metaticket — at Version 46
Reported by: | egourgoulhon | Owned by: | egourgoulhon |
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Priority: | major | Milestone: | |
Component: | geometry | Keywords: | manifold, tensor, differential geometry |
Cc: | mbejger, mmancini, tscrim, bpillet, gh-LBrunswic, gh-mjungmath | Merged in: | |
Authors: | Eric Gourgoulhon, Michal Bejger, Marco Mancini | Reviewers: | |
Report Upstream: | N/A | Work issues: | |
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Dependencies: | #18175 | Stopgaps: |
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This is the implementation of manifolds resulting from the SageManifolds project.
Algebraic part
- Tensors on free modules of finite rank: #15916 (merged in Sage 6.6)
- Parallelization of tensor computations on free modules of finite rank: #18100 (merged in Sage 6.10)
- Improve category for finite rank free modules and provide list functionality for basis: #20770 (merged in Sage 7.3.beta3)
Topological and differential part
- Topological manifolds (over R, C or a topological field K):
- Differentiable manifolds (over R, C or a non-discrete topological field K):
- basics (charts, transition maps, scalar fields, morphisms): #18783 (merged in Sage 7.3.beta2)
- vector fields, tensor fields and p-forms: #18843 (merged in Sage 7.5.beta1)
- tangent spaces: #19092 (merged in Sage 7.5.beta3)
- sets of vector fields as Lie algebroid: #20771 (merged in Sage 7.5.beta3)
- curves: #19124 (merged in Sage 7.5.beta3)
- affine connections: #19147 (merged in Sage 7.5.beta4)
- parallelization of Lie derivative computations: #22200 (merged in Sage 7.6.beta3)
- improvements in Jacobian determinants of transition maps: #22789
- Complex and almost complex manifolds:
- almost complex structures through Hodge structures: #18786
- Pseudo-riemannian manifolds:
Bug fixes
- List functionality of free module bases: #22518 (merged in Sage 7.6.rc0)
- Display of tensors on free modules of finite rank: #22520 (merged in Sage 7.6.rc0)
- Checking validity of coordinate values on a chart: #22535 (merged in Sage 7.6.rc0)
- Symbolic derivatives in simplification of coordinate functions: #22503 (merged in Sage 7.6.rc0)
- Pullback on parallelizable manifolds: #22563 (merged in Sage 8.0.beta0)
- Tensor field restrictions on parallelizable manifolds: #22637 (merged in Sage 8.0.beta1)
- Inverse metric on parallelizable manifolds: #22667 (merged in Sage 8.0.beta1)
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All the tickets are now based on the category ticket #18175, so that the manifold categories are
Manifolds(K)
for topological manifolds over a topological field KManifolds(K).Differentiable()
for differentiable manifoldsManifolds(K).Smooth()
for smooth manifolds
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Something I would like to see once the basics are done is a catalog of examples and common interesting manifolds:
- n-sphere
- n-torus
- real/complex projective n-space
- surfaces
- (Affine) Grassmannians
- Classical Lie groups (more for my info, a description of charts is on page 5 of https://www.dpmms.cam.ac.uk/~agk22/mfds.pdf, but this probably isn't a good atlas for doing computations)
I understand that some of these could be considered more wishlist than others. Some other wishlist items:
- Morse theory to compute homology of manifolds.
- Manifolds with boundary
- Cartesian products of manifolds (or more generally, fiber bundles)
- DeRham? cohomology (see, e.g., lecture notes above)
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Replying to tscrim:
Something I would like to see once the basics are done is a catalog of examples and common interesting manifolds:
Thanks for these suggestions. For sure, one should have a catalog of standard manifolds. For the time being, there are only examples available as worksheets at http://sagemanifolds.obspm.fr/examples.html, for instance
- the 2-sphere at http://sagemanifolds.obspm.fr/examples/html/SM_sphere_S2.html
- the real projective plane at http://sagemanifolds.obspm.fr/examples/html/SM_projective_plane_RP2.html
- the hyperbolic plane at http://nbviewer.ipython.org/github/sagemanifolds/SageManifolds/blob/master/Worksheets/v0.8/SM_hyperbolic_plane.ipynb
I understand that some of these could be considered more wishlist than others. Some other wishlist items:
- Morse theory to compute homology of manifolds.
- Manifolds with boundary
- Cartesian products of manifolds (or more generally, fiber bundles)
- DeRham? cohomology (see, e.g., lecture notes above)
All the above seem indeed desirable extensions. Even if they are not implemented yet, we should have them in mind when setting the basics.
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PS: could you point to some existing catalog in Sage, in order to have some example?
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algebras.<tab>
insage/algebras/catalog.py
crystals.<tab>
insage/combinat/crystals.catalog.py
designs.<tab>
insage/combinat/designs.designs_catalog.py
groups.<tab>
insage/groups/groups_catalog.py
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Thanks!
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Would there be any interest in Kontsevich graphs, which are related to Poisson structures on manifolds from what I saw? In particular, in https://arxiv.org/abs/1702.00681, there is reference to a C++ package https://github.com/rburing/kontsevich_graph_series-cpp (with the MIT license).
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Replying to tscrim:
Would there be any interest in Kontsevich graphs, which are related to Poisson structures on manifolds from what I saw? In particular, in https://arxiv.org/abs/1702.00681, there is reference to a C++ package https://github.com/rburing/kontsevich_graph_series-cpp (with the MIT license).
With collaborators (independent from the above) we have developed a Sage package for calculations with Kontsevich graphs, Poisson brackets and deformation quantizations; the preliminary version will be released later this year. We certainly would like to interface our code with SageManifolds.
The main thing we would need is a SageManifolds implementation of the algebra of multivector fields (exterior algebra of the tangent bundle) and its Schouten bracket https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schouten%E2%80%93Nijenhuis_bracket. Are there any plans in this direction?
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Replying to bpym:
With collaborators (independent from the above) we have developed a Sage package for calculations with Kontsevich graphs, Poisson brackets and deformation quantizations; the preliminary version will be released later this year. We certainly would like to interface our code with SageManifolds.
Very good!
The main thing we would need is a SageManifolds implementation of the algebra of multivector fields (exterior algebra of the tangent bundle) and its Schouten bracket https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schouten%E2%80%93Nijenhuis_bracket. Are there any plans in this direction?
It would certainly be easy to implement multivector fields at the level of a sequence of modules over the ring of scalar fields, in the same footing as what has been done for differential forms, cf. http://doc.sagemath.org/html/en/reference/manifolds/sage/manifolds/differentiable/diff_form_module.html Each module, V^{p}(M) say, will be the set of multivector fields with a fixed degree p, i.e. the set of p-vectors. Implementing the Schouten bracket atop of this as an exterior operator V^{p}(M) x V^{q}(M) --> V^{p+q-1}(M) should not be too difficult either. But in such a setting, we do not introduce explicitely the algebra of multivector fields, which is the direct sum of all the modules V^{p}(M). Would this be an issue for you?
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Replying to egourgoulhon:
It would certainly be easy to implement multivector fields at the level of a sequence of modules over the ring of scalar fields, in the same footing as what has been done for differential forms ...
Great! This is indeed the sort of implementation I was imagining. One would like the operations of wedge product V^{p} x V^{q} -> V^{p+q} and Schouten bracket V^{p} x V^{q} -> V^{p+q-1}. One would also like to have interior contractions with forms Omega^{p} x V^{q} -> V^{q-p} and V^{p} x Omega^{q} -> Omega^{q-p}, defined when q >= p.
But in such a setting, we do not introduce explicitely the algebra of multivector fields, which is the direct sum of all the modules V^{p}(M). Would this be an issue for you?
I don't foresee any issue.
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Replying to egourgoulhon:
It would certainly be easy to implement multivector fields at the level of a sequence of modules over the ring of scalar fields, in the same footing as what has been done for differential forms ...
Great! This is indeed the sort of implementation I was imagining. One would like the operations of wedge product V^{p} x V^{q} -> V^{p+q} and Schouten bracket V^{p} x V^{q} -> V^{p+q-1}. One would also like to have interior contractions with forms Omega^{p} x V^{q} -> V^{q-p} and V^{p} x Omega^{q} -> Omega^{q-p}, defined when q >= p.
This seems quite straightforward to implement. Only a matter of finding time to do it...
But in such a setting, we do not introduce explicitely the algebra of multivector fields, which is the direct sum of all the modules V^{p}(M). Would this be an issue for you?
I don't foresee any issue.
Very good!
The question is then: what is your time scale? i.e. when would you like these features to be available?
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All the tickets, except for #18786, are now ready for review.