Bundle Structure

Some articles on bundle, bundle structure, structure:

Frame Bundle
... The frame bundle of E, denoted by F(E) or FGL(E), is the disjoint union of all the Fx Each point in F(E) is a pair (x, p) where x is a point in X and p is a frame at x ... The frame bundle F(E) can be given a natural topology and bundle structure determined by that of E ... With all of the above data the frame bundle F(E) becomes a principal fiber bundle over X with structure group GLk(R) and local trivializations ({Ui}, {ψi}) ...

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