Topological Analysis of Fibrations in Multidimensional (C, R) Spaceopen access
- Bagchi, Susmit
- Issue Date
- topological spaces; fiber bundles; group; projection; norm
- SYMMETRY-BASEL, v.12, no.12
- Journal Title
- A holomorphically fibred space generates locally trivial bundles with positive dimensional fibers. This paper proposes two varieties of fibrations (compact and non-compact) in the non-uniformly scalable quasinormed topological (C, R) space admitting cylindrically symmetric continuous functions. The projective base space is dense, containing a complex plane, and the corresponding surjective fiber projection on the base space can be fixed at any point on real subspace. The contact category fibers support multiple oriented singularities of piecewise continuous functions within the topological space. A composite algebraic operation comprised of continuous linear translation and arithmetic addition generates an associative magma in the non-compact fiber space. The finite translation is continuous on complex planar subspace under non-compact projection. Interestingly, the associative magma resists transforming into a monoid due to the non-commutativity of composite algebraic operation. However, an additive group algebraic structure can be admitted in the fiber space if the fibration is a non-compact variety. Moreover, the projection on base space supports additive group structure, if and only if the planar base space passes through the real origin of the topological (C, R) space. The topological analysis shows that outward deformation retraction is not admissible within the dense topological fiber space. The comparative analysis of the proposed fiber space with respect to Minkowski space and Seifert fiber space illustrates that the group algebraic structures in each fiber spaces are of different varieties. The proposed topological fiber bundles are rigid, preserving sigma-sections as compared to the fiber bundles on manifolds.
- Files in This Item
- There are no files associated with this item.
- Appears in
- 공과대학 > Department of Aerospace and Software Engineering > Journal Articles
Items in ScholarWorks are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.