Nonidentical Relations of Skew-Symmetric Forms: Generation of Closed Exterior Forms. Discrete Transitions. Connection between Field-theory Equations and Nonidentical Relations
Differential equations lead to nonidentical relations of skewsymmetric differential forms with nonintegrable deforming manifolds as their basis. Closed exterior forms are derived from nonidentical relations. The emergence of structures and observable formations such as waves, vertices, and turbulent pulsations are described by the process of attaining closed external forms.
The field theory equations (by Schroedinger, Maxwell, Einstein, and others) are proven to be nonidentical relations derived from mathematical physics equations for material media such as cosmologic systems, charged particle systems, and so on.
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L. I. Petrova
Moscow State University, Department of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics, Russia.
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