**Combinatorial Geometry with Application to Field Theory**

by Linfan Mao

**Publisher**: InfoQuest 2009**ISBN/ASIN**: 1599731002**ISBN-13**: 9781599731001**Number of pages**: 499

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This monograph is motivated with surveying mathematics and physics by CC conjecture, i.e., a mathematical science can be reconstructed from or made by combinatorialization. Topics covered in this book include fundamental of mathematical combinatorics, differential Smarandache n-manifolds, combinatorial or differentiable manifolds and submanifolds, Lie multi-groups, combinatorial principal fiber bundles, gravitational field, quantum fields with their combinatorial generalization, also with discussions on fundamental questions in epistemology.

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