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63) m,n=1 where Jmi = ∂um /∂ui . Hence a Riemannian metric deﬁnes a symmetric covariant tensor of order 2 on the manifold (cf. Appendix 4). In analogy with the case of surfaces, we write (ds)2 = i,j=1 gij (u1 , . . , u ) dui duj . 64) It is possible to prove that every diﬀerentiable manifold can be endowed with a Riemannian metric. 32)—the notion of the length of a curve over M and of the arc length parameter s. We can also say that the metric tensor gij (u) deﬁnes the scalar product in Tp M and hence the norm of a vector in Tp M .
The ﬁeld X : R → R, X(x) = 1 + x2 is not complete. When not otherwise stated, we shall implicitly assume that the vector ﬁelds considered are complete. 6 Geometric and kinematic foundations of Lagrangian mechanics 17 a function of arc length)—is suﬃcient to characterise the curve. Matters are not much more complicated in the case of curves in R3 . e. a map x(s) from an interval (a, b) of R to the curve, such that the distance between any two points x(s1 ) and x(s2 ) of the curve, measured along the curve, is equal to |s2 − s1 |.
We can also say that the metric tensor gij (u) deﬁnes the scalar product in Tp M and hence the norm of a vector in Tp M . In particular, on the curve (u1 (s), . . , ul (s)) written with respect to the natural parametrisation, the tangent vector has unit norm. e. g11 = g22 = 1/x22 , g12 = g21 = 0. A curve γ : (a, b) → H, γ(t) = (x1 (t), x2 (t)) has length b = a 1 x2 (t) x˙ 21 (t) + x˙ 22 (t) dt. 7 For example, if γ(t) = (c, t) we have b = a dt b = log . 31 Let M and N be two Riemannian manifolds.