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does anyone have an updated copy of yasha eliashberg's calculus on manifolds notes used at stanford?
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does anyone have an updated copy of yasha eliashberg's calculus on manifolds notes used at stanford?
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Did you write to Eliashberg directly and ask? If anyone knows about more recent versions, it's him.
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Most likely it hasn’t changed much if at all apart from minor structural changes and possibly some corrections. And like… as far as math resources go, 2018 is very recent lol.
The core coverage and content is probably exactly the same
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There are no more recent versions of the notes, since the class was most recently offered in Spring 2018. This specific course has not been offered since.
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This is really standard stuff so I wouldn't worry too much if you can't exactly find what you're looking for
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