by klirk
Last Updated April 25, 2018 15:20 PM

When introducing curvature (p.183), Huybrechts uses a notation which I don't really understand: For example in the formulas $$F_{\nabla}=d(A)+A\wedge A, $$ $$dF_\nabla = F_\nabla \wedge A - A\wedge F_\nabla.$$ What does "$\wedge$" stand for? It doesn't seem to be the usual exterior product, because from the way the formulas are written, "$\wedge$" doesn't seem to be skew-symmetric.

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