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Therefore, the space E is sometimes called a skew product of the base space B with the fiber F. An example of a non-trivial skew product is a certain skew product of the circle by a segment, viz the Mllbius strip. The existence of a local direct product structure of is clearly seen in Fig. 26. Figure 26 Let M be a smooth manifold. The space TM of the tangent bundle p:TM -+ M consists of all pairs (a, -r), where a E M and -r is a tangent vector to the manifold M starting at the point a. If M c RN ,the concept of a tangent vector is defined in an Chapter 1.
E. if its pre-image contains no critical points. g. Ref ). If N =Lx R4 , the Sard theorem should be applied to the composition pf, where 26 Computer Topology and 3-Manifolds p:L x Rk ~ Rk is the projection of the direct product, and the isotopy lP, in the general case is now easily constructed using local triviality of normal bundle of the manifold LeN. Transversality of two submanifolds M,L e N is understood as transversality of the embedding i: M ~ N to L. ill other words, M and N are transversal if at each point of their intersection x E M r.
Recall that the second homotopy group 1t'z (X) of a space X is trivial if and only if any map of the two-dimensional sphere into X is homotopic to a constant map, or, which is the same, if any two maps (coinciding on the boundary) of a two-dimensional disc into X are homotopic to each other under a homotopy fIxed on the boundary. 1 If a surface F is different from the sphere and from the projective plane, then 1r2 (F) = O. Proof. For the reader acquainted with the fundamentals of homotopic topology, this fact is trivial.
Algorithmic and Computer Methods for Three-Manifolds by A.T. Fomenko, S.V. Matveev