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Is it worth mentioning in sop?

Posted: Fri Oct 25, 2013 8:47 am
by amirpouyan
Hi, last year i was studying feynman's formulation of gravity in which we change the definition of parallel transport. so we must first answer the question that how can we write the reimann tensor? i found a complicated formula after one week and i left the problem because it was silly to believe that i have found the right formula ... but after some time i found the right formula in some mathematical physics paper and it was exactly same as mine... is it worth being mentioned in 3 or 4 lines in sop in order to support my ability in thinking?
Thanks ... sorry if my question is stupid ... i think this is too detailed to be mentioned but i have heard that i must also mention some details in sop...

Re: Is it worth mentioning in sop?

Posted: Wed Nov 06, 2013 7:39 am
by amirpouyan
well... i have decided not to mention it... i think it is too detailed and maybe obscure for a person who didn't studied differential geometry in details ... i think in sop we must mention more general research experiences ... i asked the question and i answered it ... great :wink: