Continuous Maps Between Topological Manifolds

ContinuousMap implements continuous maps from a topological manifold \(M\) to some topological manifold \(N\) over the same topological field \(K\) as \(M\).

AUTHORS:

  • Eric Gourgoulhon, Michal Bejger (2013-2015): initial version
  • Travis Scrimshaw (2016): review tweaks

REFERENCES:

class sage.manifolds.continuous_map.ContinuousMap(parent, coord_functions=None, name=None, latex_name=None, is_isomorphism=False, is_identity=False)

Bases: sage.categories.morphism.Morphism

Continuous map between two topological manifolds.

This class implements continuous maps of the type

\[\Phi: M \longrightarrow N,\]

where \(M\) and \(N\) are topological manifolds over the same topological field \(K\).

Continuous maps are the morphisms of the category of topological manifolds. The set of all continuous maps from \(M\) to \(N\) is therefore the homset between \(M\) and \(N\), which is denoted by \(\mathrm{Hom}(M,N)\).

The class ContinuousMap is a Sage element class, whose parent class is TopologicalManifoldHomset.

INPUT:

  • parent – homset \(\mathrm{Hom}(M,N)\) to which the continuous map belongs
  • coord_functions – a dictionary of the coordinate expressions (as lists or tuples of the coordinates of the image expressed in terms of the coordinates of the considered point) with the pairs of charts (chart1, chart2) as keys (chart1 being a chart on \(M\) and chart2 a chart on \(N\))
  • name – (default: None) name given to self
  • latex_name – (default: None) LaTeX symbol to denote the continuous map; if None, the LaTeX symbol is set to name
  • is_isomorphism – (default: False) determines whether the constructed object is a isomorphism (i.e. a homeomorphism); if set to True, then the manifolds \(M\) and \(N\) must have the same dimension
  • is_identity – (default: False) determines whether the constructed object is the identity map; if set to True, then \(N\) must be \(M\) and the entry coord_functions is not used

Note

If the information passed by means of the argument coord_functions is not sufficient to fully specify the continuous map, further coordinate expressions, in other charts, can be subsequently added by means of the method add_expr().

EXAMPLES:

The standard embedding of the sphere \(S^2\) into \(\RR^3\):

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'S^2', structure='topological') # the 2-dimensional sphere S^2
sage: U = M.open_subset('U') # complement of the North pole
sage: c_xy.<x,y> = U.chart() # stereographic coordinates from the North pole
sage: V = M.open_subset('V') # complement of the South pole
sage: c_uv.<u,v> = V.chart() # stereographic coordinates from the South pole
sage: M.declare_union(U,V)   # S^2 is the union of U and V
sage: xy_to_uv = c_xy.transition_map(c_uv, (x/(x^2+y^2), y/(x^2+y^2)),
....:                                intersection_name='W',
....:                                restrictions1=x^2+y^2!=0,
....:                                restrictions2=u^2+v^2!=0)
sage: uv_to_xy = xy_to_uv.inverse()
sage: N = Manifold(3, 'R^3', latex_name=r'\RR^3', structure='topological')  # R^3
sage: c_cart.<X,Y,Z> = N.chart()  # Cartesian coordinates on R^3
sage: Phi = M.continuous_map(N,
....:   {(c_xy, c_cart): [2*x/(1+x^2+y^2), 2*y/(1+x^2+y^2), (x^2+y^2-1)/(1+x^2+y^2)],
....:    (c_uv, c_cart): [2*u/(1+u^2+v^2), 2*v/(1+u^2+v^2), (1-u^2-v^2)/(1+u^2+v^2)]},
....:   name='Phi', latex_name=r'\Phi')
sage: Phi
Continuous map Phi from the 2-dimensional topological manifold S^2
 to the 3-dimensional topological manifold R^3
sage: Phi.parent()
Set of Morphisms from 2-dimensional topological manifold S^2
 to 3-dimensional topological manifold R^3
 in Category of manifolds over Real Field with 53 bits of precision
sage: Phi.parent() is Hom(M, N)
True
sage: type(Phi)
<class 'sage.manifolds.continuous_map.TopologicalManifoldHomset_with_category.element_class'>
sage: Phi.display()
Phi: S^2 --> R^3
on U: (x, y) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*x/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), 2*y/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), (x^2 + y^2 - 1)/(x^2 + y^2 + 1))
on V: (u, v) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*u/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), 2*v/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), -(u^2 + v^2 - 1)/(u^2 + v^2 + 1))

It is possible to create the map using continuous_map() with only in a single pair of charts. The argument coord_functions is then a mere list of coordinate expressions (and not a dictionary) and the arguments chart1 and chart2 have to be provided if the charts differ from the default ones on the domain and/or codomain:

sage: Phi1 = M.continuous_map(N, [2*x/(1+x^2+y^2), 2*y/(1+x^2+y^2), (x^2+y^2-1)/(1+x^2+y^2)],
....:                         chart1=c_xy, chart2=c_cart,
....:                         name='Phi', latex_name=r'\Phi')

Since c_xy and c_cart are the default charts on respectively M and N, they can be omitted, so that the above declaration is equivalent to:

sage: Phi1 = M.continuous_map(N, [2*x/(1+x^2+y^2), 2*y/(1+x^2+y^2), (x^2+y^2-1)/(1+x^2+y^2)],
....:                         name='Phi', latex_name=r'\Phi')

With such a declaration, the continuous map Phi1 is only partially defined on the manifold \(S^2\) as it is known in only one chart:

sage: Phi1.display()
Phi: S^2 --> R^3
on U: (x, y) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*x/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), 2*y/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), (x^2 + y^2 - 1)/(x^2 + y^2 + 1))

The definition can be completed by using add_expr():

sage: Phi1.add_expr(c_uv, c_cart, [2*u/(1+u^2+v^2), 2*v/(1+u^2+v^2), (1-u^2-v^2)/(1+u^2+v^2)])
sage: Phi1.display()
Phi: S^2 --> R^3
on U: (x, y) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*x/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), 2*y/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), (x^2 + y^2 - 1)/(x^2 + y^2 + 1))
on V: (u, v) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*u/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), 2*v/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), -(u^2 + v^2 - 1)/(u^2 + v^2 + 1))

At this stage, Phi1 and Phi are fully equivalent:

sage: Phi1 == Phi
True

The map acts on points:

sage: np = M.point((0,0), chart=c_uv)  # the North pole
sage: Phi(np)
Point on the 3-dimensional topological manifold R^3
sage: Phi(np).coord()  # Cartesian coordinates
(0, 0, 1)
sage: sp = M.point((0,0), chart=c_xy)  # the South pole
sage: Phi(sp).coord()  # Cartesian coordinates
(0, 0, -1)

The test suite is passed:

sage: TestSuite(Phi).run()
sage: TestSuite(Phi1).run()

Continuous maps can be composed by means of the operator *. Let us introduce the map \(\RR^3 \to \RR^2\) corresponding to the projection from the point \((X, Y, Z) = (0, 0, 1)\) onto the equatorial plane \(Z = 0\):

sage: P = Manifold(2, 'R^2', latex_name=r'\RR^2', structure='topological') # R^2 (equatorial plane)
sage: cP.<xP, yP> = P.chart()
sage: Psi = N.continuous_map(P, (X/(1-Z), Y/(1-Z)), name='Psi',
....:                      latex_name=r'\Psi')
sage: Psi
Continuous map Psi from the 3-dimensional topological manifold R^3
 to the 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2
sage: Psi.display()
Psi: R^3 --> R^2
   (X, Y, Z) |--> (xP, yP) = (-X/(Z - 1), -Y/(Z - 1))

Then we compose Psi with Phi, thereby getting a map \(S^2 \to \RR^2\):

sage: ster = Psi * Phi ; ster
Continuous map from the 2-dimensional topological manifold S^2
 to the 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2

Let us test on the South pole (sp) that ster is indeed the composite of Psi and Phi:

sage: ster(sp) == Psi(Phi(sp))
True

Actually ster is the stereographic projection from the North pole, as its coordinate expression reveals:

sage: ster.display()
S^2 --> R^2
on U: (x, y) |--> (xP, yP) = (x, y)
on V: (u, v) |--> (xP, yP) = (u/(u^2 + v^2), v/(u^2 + v^2))

If the codomain of a continuous map is 1-dimensional, the map can be defined by a single symbolic expression for each pair of charts and not by a list/tuple with a single element:

sage: N = Manifold(1, 'N', structure='topological')
sage: c_N = N.chart('X')
sage: Phi = M.continuous_map(N, {(c_xy, c_N): x^2+y^2,
....:                            (c_uv, c_N): 1/(u^2+v^2)})

sage: Psi = M.continuous_map(N, {(c_xy, c_N): [x^2+y^2],
....:                            (c_uv, c_N): [1/(u^2+v^2)]})
sage: Phi == Psi
True

Next we construct an example of continuous map \(\RR \to \RR^2\):

sage: R = Manifold(1, 'R', structure='topological')  # field R
sage: T.<t> = R.chart()  # canonical chart on R
sage: R2 = Manifold(2, 'R^2', structure='topological')  # R^2
sage: c_xy.<x,y> = R2.chart() # Cartesian coordinates on R^2
sage: Phi = R.continuous_map(R2, [cos(t), sin(t)], name='Phi'); Phi
Continuous map Phi from the 1-dimensional topological manifold R
 to the 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2
sage: Phi.parent()
Set of Morphisms from 1-dimensional topological manifold R
 to 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2
 in Category of manifolds over Real Field with 53 bits of precision
sage: Phi.parent() is Hom(R, R2)
True
sage: Phi.display()
Phi: R --> R^2
   t |--> (x, y) = (cos(t), sin(t))

An example of homeomorphism between the unit open disk and the Euclidean plane \(\RR^2\):

sage: D = R2.open_subset('D', coord_def={c_xy: x^2+y^2<1}) # the open unit disk
sage: Phi = D.homeomorphism(R2, [x/sqrt(1-x^2-y^2), y/sqrt(1-x^2-y^2)],
....:                       name='Phi', latex_name=r'\Phi')
sage: Phi
Homeomorphism Phi from the Open subset D of the 2-dimensional
 topological manifold R^2 to the 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2
sage: Phi.parent()
Set of Morphisms from Open subset D of the 2-dimensional topological
 manifold R^2 to 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2 in Join of
 Category of subobjects of sets and Category of manifolds over Real
 Field with 53 bits of precision
sage: Phi.parent() is Hom(D, R2)
True
sage: Phi.display()
Phi: D --> R^2
   (x, y) |--> (x, y) = (x/sqrt(-x^2 - y^2 + 1), y/sqrt(-x^2 - y^2 + 1))

The image of a point:

sage: p = D.point((1/2,0))
sage: q = Phi(p) ; q
Point on the 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2
sage: q.coord()
(1/3*sqrt(3), 0)

The inverse homeomorphism is computed by inverse():

sage: Phi.inverse()
Homeomorphism Phi^(-1) from the 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2
 to the Open subset D of the 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2
sage: Phi.inverse().display()
Phi^(-1): R^2 --> D
   (x, y) |--> (x, y) = (x/sqrt(x^2 + y^2 + 1), y/sqrt(x^2 + y^2 + 1))

Equivalently, one may use the notations ^(-1) or ~ to get the inverse:

sage: Phi^(-1) is Phi.inverse()
True
sage: ~Phi is Phi.inverse()
True

Check that ~Phi is indeed the inverse of Phi:

sage: (~Phi)(q) == p
True
sage: Phi * ~Phi == R2.identity_map()
True
sage: ~Phi * Phi == D.identity_map()
True

The coordinate expression of the inverse homeomorphism:

sage: (~Phi).display()
Phi^(-1): R^2 --> D
   (x, y) |--> (x, y) = (x/sqrt(x^2 + y^2 + 1), y/sqrt(x^2 + y^2 + 1))

A special case of homeomorphism: the identity map of the open unit disk:

sage: id = D.identity_map() ; id
Identity map Id_D of the Open subset D of the 2-dimensional topological
 manifold R^2
sage: latex(id)
\mathrm{Id}_{D}
sage: id.parent()
Set of Morphisms from Open subset D of the 2-dimensional topological
 manifold R^2 to Open subset D of the 2-dimensional topological
 manifold R^2 in Join of Category of subobjects of sets and Category of
 manifolds over Real Field with 53 bits of precision
sage: id.parent() is Hom(D, D)
True
sage: id is Hom(D,D).one()  # the identity element of the monoid Hom(D,D)
True

The identity map acting on a point:

sage: id(p)
Point on the 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2
sage: id(p) == p
True
sage: id(p) is p
True

The coordinate expression of the identity map:

sage: id.display()
Id_D: D --> D
   (x, y) |--> (x, y)

The identity map is its own inverse:

sage: id^(-1) is id
True
sage: ~id is id
True
add_expr(chart1, chart2, coord_functions)

Set a new coordinate representation of self.

The previous expressions with respect to other charts are kept. To clear them, use set_expr() instead.

INPUT:

  • chart1 – chart for the coordinates on the map’s domain
  • chart2 – chart for the coordinates on the map’s codomain
  • coord_functions – the coordinate symbolic expression of the map in the above charts: list (or tuple) of the coordinates of the image expressed in terms of the coordinates of the considered point; if the dimension of the arrival manifold is 1, a single coordinate expression can be passed instead of a tuple with a single element

Warning

If the map has already expressions in other charts, it is the user’s responsibility to make sure that the expression to be added is consistent with them.

EXAMPLES:

Polar representation of a planar rotation initally defined in Cartesian coordinates:

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'R^2', latex_name=r'\RR^2', structure='topological')  # the Euclidean plane R^2
sage: c_xy.<x,y> = M.chart() # Cartesian coordinate on R^2
sage: U = M.open_subset('U', coord_def={c_xy: (y!=0, x<0)}) # the complement of the segment y=0 and x>0
sage: c_cart = c_xy.restrict(U) # Cartesian coordinates on U
sage: c_spher.<r,ph> = U.chart(r'r:(0,+oo) ph:(0,2*pi):\phi') # spherical coordinates on U

We construct the links between spherical coordinates and Cartesian ones:

sage: ch_cart_spher = c_cart.transition_map(c_spher, [sqrt(x*x+y*y), atan2(y,x)])
sage: ch_cart_spher.set_inverse(r*cos(ph), r*sin(ph), verbose=True)
Check of the inverse coordinate transformation:
   x == x
   y == y
   r == r
   ph == arctan2(r*sin(ph), r*cos(ph))
sage: rot = U.continuous_map(U, ((x - sqrt(3)*y)/2, (sqrt(3)*x + y)/2),
....:                        name='R')
sage: rot.display(c_cart, c_cart)
R: U --> U
   (x, y) |--> (-1/2*sqrt(3)*y + 1/2*x, 1/2*sqrt(3)*x + 1/2*y)

If we calculate the expression in terms of spherical coordinates, via the method display(), we notice some difficulties in arctan2 simplifications:

sage: rot.display(c_spher, c_spher)
R: U --> U
   (r, ph) |--> (r, arctan2(1/2*(sqrt(3)*cos(ph) + sin(ph))*r, -1/2*(sqrt(3)*sin(ph) - cos(ph))*r))

Therefore, we use the method add_expr() to set the spherical-coordinate expression by hand:

sage: rot.add_expr(c_spher, c_spher, (r, ph+pi/3))
sage: rot.display(c_spher, c_spher)
R: U --> U
   (r, ph) |--> (r, 1/3*pi + ph)

The call to add_expr() has not deleted the expression in terms of Cartesian coordinates, as we can check by printing the internal dictionary _coord_expression, which stores the various internal representations of the continuous map:

sage: rot._coord_expression # random (dictionary output)
{(Chart (U, (x, y)), Chart (U, (x, y))):
 Coordinate functions (-1/2*sqrt(3)*y + 1/2*x, 1/2*sqrt(3)*x + 1/2*y)
  on the Chart (U, (x, y)),
 (Chart (U, (r, ph)), Chart (U, (r, ph))):
  Coordinate functions (r, 1/3*pi + ph) on the Chart (U, (r, ph))}

If, on the contrary, we use set_expr(), the expression in Cartesian coordinates is lost:

sage: rot.set_expr(c_spher, c_spher, (r, ph+pi/3))
sage: rot._coord_expression
{(Chart (U, (r, ph)), Chart (U, (r, ph))):
 Coordinate functions (r, 1/3*pi + ph) on the Chart (U, (r, ph))}

It is recovered (thanks to the known change of coordinates) by a call to display():

sage: rot.display(c_cart, c_cart)
R: U --> U
   (x, y) |--> (-1/2*sqrt(3)*y + 1/2*x, 1/2*sqrt(3)*x + 1/2*y)

sage: rot._coord_expression # random (dictionary output)
{(Chart (U, (x, y)), Chart (U, (x, y))):
 Coordinate functions (-1/2*sqrt(3)*y + 1/2*x, 1/2*sqrt(3)*x + 1/2*y)
  on the Chart (U, (x, y)),
 (Chart (U, (r, ph)), Chart (U, (r, ph))):
 Coordinate functions (r, 1/3*pi + ph) on the Chart (U, (r, ph))}

The rotation can be applied to a point by means of either coordinate system:

sage: p = M.point((1,2))  #  p defined by its Cartesian coord.
sage: q = rot(p)  # q is computed by means of Cartesian coord.
sage: p1 = M.point((sqrt(5), arctan(2)), chart=c_spher) # p1 is defined only in terms of c_spher
sage: q1 = rot(p1) # computation by means of spherical coordinates
sage: q1 == q
True
add_expression(chart1, chart2, coord_functions)

Set a new coordinate representation of self.

The previous expressions with respect to other charts are kept. To clear them, use set_expr() instead.

INPUT:

  • chart1 – chart for the coordinates on the map’s domain
  • chart2 – chart for the coordinates on the map’s codomain
  • coord_functions – the coordinate symbolic expression of the map in the above charts: list (or tuple) of the coordinates of the image expressed in terms of the coordinates of the considered point; if the dimension of the arrival manifold is 1, a single coordinate expression can be passed instead of a tuple with a single element

Warning

If the map has already expressions in other charts, it is the user’s responsibility to make sure that the expression to be added is consistent with them.

EXAMPLES:

Polar representation of a planar rotation initally defined in Cartesian coordinates:

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'R^2', latex_name=r'\RR^2', structure='topological')  # the Euclidean plane R^2
sage: c_xy.<x,y> = M.chart() # Cartesian coordinate on R^2
sage: U = M.open_subset('U', coord_def={c_xy: (y!=0, x<0)}) # the complement of the segment y=0 and x>0
sage: c_cart = c_xy.restrict(U) # Cartesian coordinates on U
sage: c_spher.<r,ph> = U.chart(r'r:(0,+oo) ph:(0,2*pi):\phi') # spherical coordinates on U

We construct the links between spherical coordinates and Cartesian ones:

sage: ch_cart_spher = c_cart.transition_map(c_spher, [sqrt(x*x+y*y), atan2(y,x)])
sage: ch_cart_spher.set_inverse(r*cos(ph), r*sin(ph), verbose=True)
Check of the inverse coordinate transformation:
   x == x
   y == y
   r == r
   ph == arctan2(r*sin(ph), r*cos(ph))
sage: rot = U.continuous_map(U, ((x - sqrt(3)*y)/2, (sqrt(3)*x + y)/2),
....:                        name='R')
sage: rot.display(c_cart, c_cart)
R: U --> U
   (x, y) |--> (-1/2*sqrt(3)*y + 1/2*x, 1/2*sqrt(3)*x + 1/2*y)

If we calculate the expression in terms of spherical coordinates, via the method display(), we notice some difficulties in arctan2 simplifications:

sage: rot.display(c_spher, c_spher)
R: U --> U
   (r, ph) |--> (r, arctan2(1/2*(sqrt(3)*cos(ph) + sin(ph))*r, -1/2*(sqrt(3)*sin(ph) - cos(ph))*r))

Therefore, we use the method add_expr() to set the spherical-coordinate expression by hand:

sage: rot.add_expr(c_spher, c_spher, (r, ph+pi/3))
sage: rot.display(c_spher, c_spher)
R: U --> U
   (r, ph) |--> (r, 1/3*pi + ph)

The call to add_expr() has not deleted the expression in terms of Cartesian coordinates, as we can check by printing the internal dictionary _coord_expression, which stores the various internal representations of the continuous map:

sage: rot._coord_expression # random (dictionary output)
{(Chart (U, (x, y)), Chart (U, (x, y))):
 Coordinate functions (-1/2*sqrt(3)*y + 1/2*x, 1/2*sqrt(3)*x + 1/2*y)
  on the Chart (U, (x, y)),
 (Chart (U, (r, ph)), Chart (U, (r, ph))):
  Coordinate functions (r, 1/3*pi + ph) on the Chart (U, (r, ph))}

If, on the contrary, we use set_expr(), the expression in Cartesian coordinates is lost:

sage: rot.set_expr(c_spher, c_spher, (r, ph+pi/3))
sage: rot._coord_expression
{(Chart (U, (r, ph)), Chart (U, (r, ph))):
 Coordinate functions (r, 1/3*pi + ph) on the Chart (U, (r, ph))}

It is recovered (thanks to the known change of coordinates) by a call to display():

sage: rot.display(c_cart, c_cart)
R: U --> U
   (x, y) |--> (-1/2*sqrt(3)*y + 1/2*x, 1/2*sqrt(3)*x + 1/2*y)

sage: rot._coord_expression # random (dictionary output)
{(Chart (U, (x, y)), Chart (U, (x, y))):
 Coordinate functions (-1/2*sqrt(3)*y + 1/2*x, 1/2*sqrt(3)*x + 1/2*y)
  on the Chart (U, (x, y)),
 (Chart (U, (r, ph)), Chart (U, (r, ph))):
 Coordinate functions (r, 1/3*pi + ph) on the Chart (U, (r, ph))}

The rotation can be applied to a point by means of either coordinate system:

sage: p = M.point((1,2))  #  p defined by its Cartesian coord.
sage: q = rot(p)  # q is computed by means of Cartesian coord.
sage: p1 = M.point((sqrt(5), arctan(2)), chart=c_spher) # p1 is defined only in terms of c_spher
sage: q1 = rot(p1) # computation by means of spherical coordinates
sage: q1 == q
True
coord_functions(chart1=None, chart2=None)

Return the functions of the coordinates representing self in a given pair of charts.

If these functions are not already known, they are computed from known ones by means of change-of-chart formulas.

INPUT:

  • chart1 – (default: None) chart on the domain of self; if None, the domain’s default chart is assumed
  • chart2 – (default: None) chart on the codomain of self; if None, the codomain’s default chart is assumed

OUTPUT:

EXAMPLES:

Continuous map from a 2-dimensional manifold to a 3-dimensional one:

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'M', structure='topological')
sage: N = Manifold(3, 'N', structure='topological')
sage: c_uv.<u,v> = M.chart()
sage: c_xyz.<x,y,z> = N.chart()
sage: Phi = M.continuous_map(N, (u*v, u/v, u+v), name='Phi',
....:                        latex_name=r'\Phi')
sage: Phi.display()
Phi: M --> N
   (u, v) |--> (x, y, z) = (u*v, u/v, u + v)
sage: Phi.coord_functions(c_uv, c_xyz)
Coordinate functions (u*v, u/v, u + v) on the Chart (M, (u, v))
sage: Phi.coord_functions() # equivalent to above since 'uv' and 'xyz' are default charts
Coordinate functions (u*v, u/v, u + v) on the Chart (M, (u, v))
sage: type(Phi.coord_functions())
<class 'sage.manifolds.coord_func.MultiCoordFunction'>

Coordinate representation in other charts:

sage: c_UV.<U,V> = M.chart()  # new chart on M
sage: ch_uv_UV = c_uv.transition_map(c_UV, [u-v, u+v])
sage: ch_uv_UV.inverse()(U,V)
(1/2*U + 1/2*V, -1/2*U + 1/2*V)
sage: c_XYZ.<X,Y,Z> = N.chart() # new chart on N
sage: ch_xyz_XYZ = c_xyz.transition_map(c_XYZ,
....:                                   [2*x-3*y+z, y+z-x, -x+2*y-z])
sage: ch_xyz_XYZ.inverse()(X,Y,Z)
(3*X + Y + 4*Z, 2*X + Y + 3*Z, X + Y + Z)
sage: Phi.coord_functions(c_UV, c_xyz)
Coordinate functions (-1/4*U^2 + 1/4*V^2, -(U + V)/(U - V), V) on
 the Chart (M, (U, V))
sage: Phi.coord_functions(c_uv, c_XYZ)
Coordinate functions (((2*u + 1)*v^2 + u*v - 3*u)/v,
 -((u - 1)*v^2 - u*v - u)/v, -((u + 1)*v^2 + u*v - 2*u)/v) on the
 Chart (M, (u, v))
sage: Phi.coord_functions(c_UV, c_XYZ)
Coordinate functions
 (-1/2*(U^3 - (U - 2)*V^2 + V^3 - (U^2 + 2*U + 6)*V - 6*U)/(U - V),
  1/4*(U^3 - (U + 4)*V^2 + V^3 - (U^2 - 4*U + 4)*V - 4*U)/(U - V),
  1/4*(U^3 - (U - 4)*V^2 + V^3 - (U^2 + 4*U + 8)*V - 8*U)/(U - V))
 on the Chart (M, (U, V))

Coordinate representation with respect to a subchart in the domain:

sage: A = M.open_subset('A', coord_def={c_uv: u>0})
sage: Phi.coord_functions(c_uv.restrict(A), c_xyz)
Coordinate functions (u*v, u/v, u + v) on the Chart (A, (u, v))

Coordinate representation with respect to a superchart in the codomain:

sage: B = N.open_subset('B', coord_def={c_xyz: x<0})
sage: c_xyz_B = c_xyz.restrict(B)
sage: Phi1 = M.continuous_map(B, {(c_uv, c_xyz_B): (u*v, u/v, u+v)})
sage: Phi1.coord_functions(c_uv, c_xyz_B) # definition charts
Coordinate functions (u*v, u/v, u + v) on the Chart (M, (u, v))
sage: Phi1.coord_functions(c_uv, c_xyz) # c_xyz = superchart of c_xyz_B
Coordinate functions (u*v, u/v, u + v) on the Chart (M, (u, v))

Coordinate representation with respect to a pair (subchart, superchart):

sage: Phi1.coord_functions(c_uv.restrict(A), c_xyz)
Coordinate functions (u*v, u/v, u + v) on the Chart (A, (u, v))
disp(chart1=None, chart2=None)

Display the expression of self in one or more pair of charts.

If the expression is not known already, it is computed from some expression in other charts by means of change-of-coordinate formulas.

INPUT:

  • chart1 – (default: None) chart on the domain of self; if None, the display is performed on all the charts on the domain in which the map is known or computable via some change of coordinates
  • chart2 – (default: None) chart on the codomain of self; if None, the display is performed on all the charts on the codomain in which the map is known or computable via some change of coordinates

The output is either text-formatted (console mode) or LaTeX-formatted (notebook mode).

EXAMPLES:

Standard embedding of the sphere \(S^2\) in \(\RR^3\):

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'S^2', structure='topological') # the 2-dimensional sphere S^2
sage: U = M.open_subset('U') # complement of the North pole
sage: c_xy.<x,y> = U.chart() # stereographic coordinates from the North pole
sage: V = M.open_subset('V') # complement of the South pole
sage: c_uv.<u,v> = V.chart() # stereographic coordinates from the South pole
sage: M.declare_union(U,V)   # S^2 is the union of U and V
sage: N = Manifold(3, 'R^3', latex_name=r'\RR^3', structure='topological')  # R^3
sage: c_cart.<X,Y,Z> = N.chart()  # Cartesian coordinates on R^3
sage: Phi = M.continuous_map(N,
....:   {(c_xy, c_cart): [2*x/(1+x^2+y^2), 2*y/(1+x^2+y^2), (x^2+y^2-1)/(1+x^2+y^2)],
....:    (c_uv, c_cart): [2*u/(1+u^2+v^2), 2*v/(1+u^2+v^2), (1-u^2-v^2)/(1+u^2+v^2)]},
....:   name='Phi', latex_name=r'\Phi')
sage: Phi.display(c_xy, c_cart)
Phi: S^2 --> R^3
on U: (x, y) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*x/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), 2*y/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), (x^2 + y^2 - 1)/(x^2 + y^2 + 1))
sage: Phi.display(c_uv, c_cart)
Phi: S^2 --> R^3
on V: (u, v) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*u/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), 2*v/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), -(u^2 + v^2 - 1)/(u^2 + v^2 + 1))

The LaTeX output:

sage: latex(Phi.display(c_xy, c_cart))
\begin{array}{llcl} \Phi:& S^2 & \longrightarrow & \RR^3
 \\ \mbox{on}\ U : & \left(x, y\right) & \longmapsto
 & \left(X, Y, Z\right) = \left(\frac{2 \, x}{x^{2} + y^{2} + 1},
   \frac{2 \, y}{x^{2} + y^{2} + 1},
   \frac{x^{2} + y^{2} - 1}{x^{2} + y^{2} + 1}\right)
 \end{array}

If the argument chart2 is not specified, the display is performed on all the charts on the codomain in which the map is known or computable via some change of coordinates (here only one chart: c_cart):

sage: Phi.display(c_xy)
Phi: S^2 --> R^3
on U: (x, y) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*x/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), 2*y/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), (x^2 + y^2 - 1)/(x^2 + y^2 + 1))

Similarly, if the argument chart1 is omitted, the display is performed on all the charts on the domain of Phi in which the map is known or computable via some change of coordinates:

sage: Phi.display(chart2=c_cart)
Phi: S^2 --> R^3
on U: (x, y) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*x/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), 2*y/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), (x^2 + y^2 - 1)/(x^2 + y^2 + 1))
on V: (u, v) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*u/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), 2*v/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), -(u^2 + v^2 - 1)/(u^2 + v^2 + 1))

If neither chart1 nor chart2 is specified, the display is performed on all the pair of charts in which Phi is known or computable via some change of coordinates:

sage: Phi.display()
Phi: S^2 --> R^3
on U: (x, y) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*x/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), 2*y/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), (x^2 + y^2 - 1)/(x^2 + y^2 + 1))
on V: (u, v) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*u/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), 2*v/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), -(u^2 + v^2 - 1)/(u^2 + v^2 + 1))

If a chart covers entirely the map’s domain, the mention “on ...” is omitted:

sage: Phi.restrict(U).display()
Phi: U --> R^3
   (x, y) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*x/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), 2*y/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), (x^2 + y^2 - 1)/(x^2 + y^2 + 1))

A shortcut of display() is disp():

sage: Phi.disp()
Phi: S^2 --> R^3
on U: (x, y) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*x/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), 2*y/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), (x^2 + y^2 - 1)/(x^2 + y^2 + 1))
on V: (u, v) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*u/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), 2*v/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), -(u^2 + v^2 - 1)/(u^2 + v^2 + 1))
display(chart1=None, chart2=None)

Display the expression of self in one or more pair of charts.

If the expression is not known already, it is computed from some expression in other charts by means of change-of-coordinate formulas.

INPUT:

  • chart1 – (default: None) chart on the domain of self; if None, the display is performed on all the charts on the domain in which the map is known or computable via some change of coordinates
  • chart2 – (default: None) chart on the codomain of self; if None, the display is performed on all the charts on the codomain in which the map is known or computable via some change of coordinates

The output is either text-formatted (console mode) or LaTeX-formatted (notebook mode).

EXAMPLES:

Standard embedding of the sphere \(S^2\) in \(\RR^3\):

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'S^2', structure='topological') # the 2-dimensional sphere S^2
sage: U = M.open_subset('U') # complement of the North pole
sage: c_xy.<x,y> = U.chart() # stereographic coordinates from the North pole
sage: V = M.open_subset('V') # complement of the South pole
sage: c_uv.<u,v> = V.chart() # stereographic coordinates from the South pole
sage: M.declare_union(U,V)   # S^2 is the union of U and V
sage: N = Manifold(3, 'R^3', latex_name=r'\RR^3', structure='topological')  # R^3
sage: c_cart.<X,Y,Z> = N.chart()  # Cartesian coordinates on R^3
sage: Phi = M.continuous_map(N,
....:   {(c_xy, c_cart): [2*x/(1+x^2+y^2), 2*y/(1+x^2+y^2), (x^2+y^2-1)/(1+x^2+y^2)],
....:    (c_uv, c_cart): [2*u/(1+u^2+v^2), 2*v/(1+u^2+v^2), (1-u^2-v^2)/(1+u^2+v^2)]},
....:   name='Phi', latex_name=r'\Phi')
sage: Phi.display(c_xy, c_cart)
Phi: S^2 --> R^3
on U: (x, y) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*x/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), 2*y/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), (x^2 + y^2 - 1)/(x^2 + y^2 + 1))
sage: Phi.display(c_uv, c_cart)
Phi: S^2 --> R^3
on V: (u, v) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*u/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), 2*v/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), -(u^2 + v^2 - 1)/(u^2 + v^2 + 1))

The LaTeX output:

sage: latex(Phi.display(c_xy, c_cart))
\begin{array}{llcl} \Phi:& S^2 & \longrightarrow & \RR^3
 \\ \mbox{on}\ U : & \left(x, y\right) & \longmapsto
 & \left(X, Y, Z\right) = \left(\frac{2 \, x}{x^{2} + y^{2} + 1},
   \frac{2 \, y}{x^{2} + y^{2} + 1},
   \frac{x^{2} + y^{2} - 1}{x^{2} + y^{2} + 1}\right)
 \end{array}

If the argument chart2 is not specified, the display is performed on all the charts on the codomain in which the map is known or computable via some change of coordinates (here only one chart: c_cart):

sage: Phi.display(c_xy)
Phi: S^2 --> R^3
on U: (x, y) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*x/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), 2*y/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), (x^2 + y^2 - 1)/(x^2 + y^2 + 1))

Similarly, if the argument chart1 is omitted, the display is performed on all the charts on the domain of Phi in which the map is known or computable via some change of coordinates:

sage: Phi.display(chart2=c_cart)
Phi: S^2 --> R^3
on U: (x, y) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*x/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), 2*y/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), (x^2 + y^2 - 1)/(x^2 + y^2 + 1))
on V: (u, v) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*u/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), 2*v/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), -(u^2 + v^2 - 1)/(u^2 + v^2 + 1))

If neither chart1 nor chart2 is specified, the display is performed on all the pair of charts in which Phi is known or computable via some change of coordinates:

sage: Phi.display()
Phi: S^2 --> R^3
on U: (x, y) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*x/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), 2*y/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), (x^2 + y^2 - 1)/(x^2 + y^2 + 1))
on V: (u, v) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*u/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), 2*v/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), -(u^2 + v^2 - 1)/(u^2 + v^2 + 1))

If a chart covers entirely the map’s domain, the mention “on ...” is omitted:

sage: Phi.restrict(U).display()
Phi: U --> R^3
   (x, y) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*x/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), 2*y/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), (x^2 + y^2 - 1)/(x^2 + y^2 + 1))

A shortcut of display() is disp():

sage: Phi.disp()
Phi: S^2 --> R^3
on U: (x, y) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*x/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), 2*y/(x^2 + y^2 + 1), (x^2 + y^2 - 1)/(x^2 + y^2 + 1))
on V: (u, v) |--> (X, Y, Z) = (2*u/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), 2*v/(u^2 + v^2 + 1), -(u^2 + v^2 - 1)/(u^2 + v^2 + 1))
expr(chart1=None, chart2=None)

Return the expression of self in terms of specified coordinates.

If the expression is not already known, it is computed from some known expression by means of change-of-chart formulas.

INPUT:

  • chart1 – (default: None) chart on the map’s domain; if None, the domain’s default chart is assumed
  • chart2 – (default: None) chart on the map’s codomain; if None, the codomain’s default chart is assumed

OUTPUT:

  • symbolic expression representing the continuous map in the above two charts

EXAMPLES:

Continuous map from a 2-dimensional manifold to a 3-dimensional one:

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'M', structure='topological')
sage: N = Manifold(3, 'N', structure='topological')
sage: c_uv.<u,v> = M.chart()
sage: c_xyz.<x,y,z> = N.chart()
sage: Phi = M.continuous_map(N, (u*v, u/v, u+v), name='Phi',
....:                        latex_name=r'\Phi')
sage: Phi.display()
Phi: M --> N
   (u, v) |--> (x, y, z) = (u*v, u/v, u + v)
sage: Phi.expr(c_uv, c_xyz)
(u*v, u/v, u + v)
sage: Phi.expr()  # equivalent to above since 'uv' and 'xyz' are default charts
(u*v, u/v, u + v)
sage: type(Phi.expr()[0])
<type 'sage.symbolic.expression.Expression'>

Expressions in other charts:

sage: c_UV.<U,V> = M.chart()  # new chart on M
sage: ch_uv_UV = c_uv.transition_map(c_UV, [u-v, u+v])
sage: ch_uv_UV.inverse()(U,V)
(1/2*U + 1/2*V, -1/2*U + 1/2*V)
sage: c_XYZ.<X,Y,Z> = N.chart() # new chart on N
sage: ch_xyz_XYZ = c_xyz.transition_map(c_XYZ,
....:                                   [2*x-3*y+z, y+z-x, -x+2*y-z])
sage: ch_xyz_XYZ.inverse()(X,Y,Z)
(3*X + Y + 4*Z, 2*X + Y + 3*Z, X + Y + Z)
sage: Phi.expr(c_UV, c_xyz)
(-1/4*U^2 + 1/4*V^2, -(U + V)/(U - V), V)
sage: Phi.expr(c_uv, c_XYZ)
(((2*u + 1)*v^2 + u*v - 3*u)/v,
 -((u - 1)*v^2 - u*v - u)/v,
 -((u + 1)*v^2 + u*v - 2*u)/v)
sage: Phi.expr(c_UV, c_XYZ)
 (-1/2*(U^3 - (U - 2)*V^2 + V^3 - (U^2 + 2*U + 6)*V - 6*U)/(U - V),
  1/4*(U^3 - (U + 4)*V^2 + V^3 - (U^2 - 4*U + 4)*V - 4*U)/(U - V),
  1/4*(U^3 - (U - 4)*V^2 + V^3 - (U^2 + 4*U + 8)*V - 8*U)/(U - V))

A rotation in some Euclidean plane:

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'M', structure='topological') # the plane (minus a segment to have global regular spherical coordinates)
sage: c_spher.<r,ph> = M.chart(r'r:(0,+oo) ph:(0,2*pi):\phi') # spherical coordinates on the plane
sage: rot = M.continuous_map(M, (r, ph+pi/3), name='R') # pi/3 rotation around r=0
sage: rot.expr()
(r, 1/3*pi + ph)

Expression of the rotation in terms of Cartesian coordinates:

sage: c_cart.<x,y> = M.chart() # Declaration of Cartesian coordinates
sage: ch_spher_cart = c_spher.transition_map(c_cart,
....:                 [r*cos(ph), r*sin(ph)]) # relation to spherical coordinates
sage: ch_spher_cart.set_inverse(sqrt(x^2+y^2), atan2(y,x), verbose=True)
Check of the inverse coordinate transformation:
   r == r
   ph == arctan2(r*sin(ph), r*cos(ph))
   x == x
   y == y
sage: rot.expr(c_cart, c_cart)
(-1/2*sqrt(3)*y + 1/2*x, 1/2*sqrt(3)*x + 1/2*y)
expression(chart1=None, chart2=None)

Return the expression of self in terms of specified coordinates.

If the expression is not already known, it is computed from some known expression by means of change-of-chart formulas.

INPUT:

  • chart1 – (default: None) chart on the map’s domain; if None, the domain’s default chart is assumed
  • chart2 – (default: None) chart on the map’s codomain; if None, the codomain’s default chart is assumed

OUTPUT:

  • symbolic expression representing the continuous map in the above two charts

EXAMPLES:

Continuous map from a 2-dimensional manifold to a 3-dimensional one:

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'M', structure='topological')
sage: N = Manifold(3, 'N', structure='topological')
sage: c_uv.<u,v> = M.chart()
sage: c_xyz.<x,y,z> = N.chart()
sage: Phi = M.continuous_map(N, (u*v, u/v, u+v), name='Phi',
....:                        latex_name=r'\Phi')
sage: Phi.display()
Phi: M --> N
   (u, v) |--> (x, y, z) = (u*v, u/v, u + v)
sage: Phi.expr(c_uv, c_xyz)
(u*v, u/v, u + v)
sage: Phi.expr()  # equivalent to above since 'uv' and 'xyz' are default charts
(u*v, u/v, u + v)
sage: type(Phi.expr()[0])
<type 'sage.symbolic.expression.Expression'>

Expressions in other charts:

sage: c_UV.<U,V> = M.chart()  # new chart on M
sage: ch_uv_UV = c_uv.transition_map(c_UV, [u-v, u+v])
sage: ch_uv_UV.inverse()(U,V)
(1/2*U + 1/2*V, -1/2*U + 1/2*V)
sage: c_XYZ.<X,Y,Z> = N.chart() # new chart on N
sage: ch_xyz_XYZ = c_xyz.transition_map(c_XYZ,
....:                                   [2*x-3*y+z, y+z-x, -x+2*y-z])
sage: ch_xyz_XYZ.inverse()(X,Y,Z)
(3*X + Y + 4*Z, 2*X + Y + 3*Z, X + Y + Z)
sage: Phi.expr(c_UV, c_xyz)
(-1/4*U^2 + 1/4*V^2, -(U + V)/(U - V), V)
sage: Phi.expr(c_uv, c_XYZ)
(((2*u + 1)*v^2 + u*v - 3*u)/v,
 -((u - 1)*v^2 - u*v - u)/v,
 -((u + 1)*v^2 + u*v - 2*u)/v)
sage: Phi.expr(c_UV, c_XYZ)
 (-1/2*(U^3 - (U - 2)*V^2 + V^3 - (U^2 + 2*U + 6)*V - 6*U)/(U - V),
  1/4*(U^3 - (U + 4)*V^2 + V^3 - (U^2 - 4*U + 4)*V - 4*U)/(U - V),
  1/4*(U^3 - (U - 4)*V^2 + V^3 - (U^2 + 4*U + 8)*V - 8*U)/(U - V))

A rotation in some Euclidean plane:

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'M', structure='topological') # the plane (minus a segment to have global regular spherical coordinates)
sage: c_spher.<r,ph> = M.chart(r'r:(0,+oo) ph:(0,2*pi):\phi') # spherical coordinates on the plane
sage: rot = M.continuous_map(M, (r, ph+pi/3), name='R') # pi/3 rotation around r=0
sage: rot.expr()
(r, 1/3*pi + ph)

Expression of the rotation in terms of Cartesian coordinates:

sage: c_cart.<x,y> = M.chart() # Declaration of Cartesian coordinates
sage: ch_spher_cart = c_spher.transition_map(c_cart,
....:                 [r*cos(ph), r*sin(ph)]) # relation to spherical coordinates
sage: ch_spher_cart.set_inverse(sqrt(x^2+y^2), atan2(y,x), verbose=True)
Check of the inverse coordinate transformation:
   r == r
   ph == arctan2(r*sin(ph), r*cos(ph))
   x == x
   y == y
sage: rot.expr(c_cart, c_cart)
(-1/2*sqrt(3)*y + 1/2*x, 1/2*sqrt(3)*x + 1/2*y)
inverse()

Return the inverse of self if it is an isomorphism.

OUTPUT:

  • the inverse isomorphism

EXAMPLES:

The inverse of a rotation in the Euclidean plane:

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'R^2', latex_name=r'\RR^2', structure='topological')
sage: c_cart.<x,y> = M.chart()
sage: # A pi/3 rotation around the origin:
sage: rot = M.homeomorphism(M, ((x - sqrt(3)*y)/2, (sqrt(3)*x + y)/2),
....:                       name='R')
sage: rot.inverse()
Homeomorphism R^(-1) of the 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2
sage: rot.inverse().display()
R^(-1): R^2 --> R^2
   (x, y) |--> (1/2*sqrt(3)*y + 1/2*x, -1/2*sqrt(3)*x + 1/2*y)

Checking that applying successively the homeomorphism and its inverse results in the identity:

sage: (a, b) = var('a b')
sage: p = M.point((a,b)) # a generic point on M
sage: q = rot(p)
sage: p1 = rot.inverse()(q)
sage: p1 == p
True

The result is cached:

sage: rot.inverse() is rot.inverse()
True

The notations ^(-1) or ~ can also be used for the inverse:

sage: rot^(-1) is rot.inverse()
True
sage: ~rot is rot.inverse()
True

An example with multiple charts: the equatorial symmetry on the 2-sphere:

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'M', structure='topological') # the 2-dimensional sphere S^2
sage: U = M.open_subset('U') # complement of the North pole
sage: c_xy.<x,y> = U.chart() # stereographic coordinates from the North pole
sage: V = M.open_subset('V') # complement of the South pole
sage: c_uv.<u,v> = V.chart() # stereographic coordinates from the South pole
sage: M.declare_union(U,V)   # S^2 is the union of U and V
sage: xy_to_uv = c_xy.transition_map(c_uv, (x/(x^2+y^2), y/(x^2+y^2)),
....:                                intersection_name='W',
....:                                restrictions1=x^2+y^2!=0,
....:                                restrictions2=u^2+v^2!=0)
sage: uv_to_xy = xy_to_uv.inverse()
sage: s = M.homeomorphism(M, {(c_xy, c_uv): [x, y], (c_uv, c_xy): [u, v]},
....:                     name='s')
sage: s.display()
s: M --> M
on U: (x, y) |--> (u, v) = (x, y)
on V: (u, v) |--> (x, y) = (u, v)
sage: si = s.inverse(); si
Homeomorphism s^(-1) of the 2-dimensional topological manifold M
sage: si.display()
s^(-1): M --> M
on U: (x, y) |--> (u, v) = (x, y)
on V: (u, v) |--> (x, y) = (u, v)

The equatorial symmetry is of course an involution:

sage: si == s
True
is_identity()

Check whether self is an identity map.

EXAMPLES:

Tests on continuous maps of a 2-dimensional manifold:

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'M', structure='topological')
sage: X.<x,y> = M.chart()
sage: M.identity_map().is_identity()  # obviously...
True
sage: Hom(M, M).one().is_identity()  # a variant of the obvious
True
sage: a = M.continuous_map(M, coord_functions={(X,X): (x, y)})
sage: a.is_identity()
True
sage: a = M.continuous_map(M, coord_functions={(X,X): (x, y+1)})
sage: a.is_identity()
False

Of course, if the codomain of the map does not coincide with its domain, the outcome is False:

sage: N = Manifold(2, 'N', structure='topological')
sage: Y.<u,v> = N.chart()
sage: a = M.continuous_map(N, {(X,Y): (x, y)})
sage: a.display()
M --> N
   (x, y) |--> (u, v) = (x, y)
sage: a.is_identity()
False
restrict(subdomain, subcodomain=None)

Restriction of self to some open subset of its domain of definition.

INPUT:

  • subdomainTopologicalManifold; an open subset of the domain of self
  • subcodomain – (default: None) an open subset of the codomain of self; if None, the codomain of self is assumed

OUTPUT:

EXAMPLES:

Restriction to an annulus of a homeomorphism between the open unit disk and \(\RR^2\):

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'R^2', structure='topological')  # R^2
sage: c_xy.<x,y> = M.chart()  # Cartesian coord. on R^2
sage: D = M.open_subset('D', coord_def={c_xy: x^2+y^2<1}) # the open unit disk
sage: Phi = D.continuous_map(M, [x/sqrt(1-x^2-y^2), y/sqrt(1-x^2-y^2)],
....:                        name='Phi', latex_name=r'\Phi')
sage: Phi.display()
Phi: D --> R^2
   (x, y) |--> (x, y) = (x/sqrt(-x^2 - y^2 + 1), y/sqrt(-x^2 - y^2 + 1))
sage: c_xy_D = c_xy.restrict(D)
sage: U = D.open_subset('U', coord_def={c_xy_D: x^2+y^2>1/2}) # the annulus 1/2 < r < 1
sage: Phi.restrict(U)
Continuous map Phi
 from the Open subset U of the 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2
 to the 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2
sage: Phi.restrict(U).parent()
Set of Morphisms
 from Open subset U of the 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2
 to 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2
 in Join of Category of subobjects of sets
    and Category of manifolds over Real Field with 53 bits of precision
sage: Phi.domain()
Open subset D of the 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2
sage: Phi.restrict(U).domain()
Open subset U of the 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2
sage: Phi.restrict(U).display()
Phi: U --> R^2
   (x, y) |--> (x, y) = (x/sqrt(-x^2 - y^2 + 1), y/sqrt(-x^2 - y^2 + 1))

The result is cached:

sage: Phi.restrict(U) is Phi.restrict(U)
True

The restriction of the identity map:

sage: id = D.identity_map() ; id
Identity map Id_D of the Open subset D of the 2-dimensional
 topological manifold R^2
sage: id.restrict(U)
Identity map Id_U of the Open subset U of the 2-dimensional
 topological manifold R^2
sage: id.restrict(U) is U.identity_map()
True

The codomain can be restricted (i.e. made tighter):

sage: Phi = D.continuous_map(M, [x/sqrt(1+x^2+y^2), y/sqrt(1+x^2+y^2)])
sage: Phi
Continuous map from
 the Open subset D of the 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2
 to the 2-dimensional topological manifold R^2
sage: Phi.restrict(D, subcodomain=D)
Continuous map from the Open subset D of the 2-dimensional
 topological manifold R^2 to itself
set_expr(chart1, chart2, coord_functions)

Set a new coordinate representation of self.

The expressions with respect to other charts are deleted, in order to avoid any inconsistency. To keep them, use add_expr() instead.

INPUT:

  • chart1 – chart for the coordinates on the domain of self
  • chart2 – chart for the coordinates on the codomain of self
  • coord_functions – the coordinate symbolic expression of the map in the above charts: list (or tuple) of the coordinates of the image expressed in terms of the coordinates of the considered point; if the dimension of the arrival manifold is 1, a single coordinate expression can be passed instead of a tuple with a single element

EXAMPLES:

Polar representation of a planar rotation initally defined in Cartesian coordinates:

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'R^2', latex_name=r'\RR^2', structure='topological')  # the Euclidean plane R^2
sage: c_xy.<x,y> = M.chart() # Cartesian coordinate on R^2
sage: U = M.open_subset('U', coord_def={c_xy: (y!=0, x<0)}) # the complement of the segment y=0 and x>0
sage: c_cart = c_xy.restrict(U) # Cartesian coordinates on U
sage: c_spher.<r,ph> = U.chart(r'r:(0,+oo) ph:(0,2*pi):\phi') # spherical coordinates on U
sage: # Links between spherical coordinates and Cartesian ones:
sage: ch_cart_spher = c_cart.transition_map(c_spher,
....:                                       [sqrt(x*x+y*y), atan2(y,x)])
sage: ch_cart_spher.set_inverse(r*cos(ph), r*sin(ph), verbose=True)
Check of the inverse coordinate transformation:
   x == x
   y == y
   r == r
   ph == arctan2(r*sin(ph), r*cos(ph))
sage: rot = U.continuous_map(U, ((x - sqrt(3)*y)/2, (sqrt(3)*x + y)/2),
....:                        name='R')
sage: rot.display(c_cart, c_cart)
R: U --> U
   (x, y) |--> (-1/2*sqrt(3)*y + 1/2*x, 1/2*sqrt(3)*x + 1/2*y)

Let us use the method set_expr() to set the spherical-coordinate expression by hand:

sage: rot.set_expr(c_spher, c_spher, (r, ph+pi/3))
sage: rot.display(c_spher, c_spher)
R: U --> U
   (r, ph) |--> (r, 1/3*pi + ph)

The expression in Cartesian coordinates has been erased:

sage: rot._coord_expression
{(Chart (U, (r, ph)),
  Chart (U, (r, ph))): Coordinate functions (r, 1/3*pi + ph)
  on the Chart (U, (r, ph))}

It is recovered (thanks to the known change of coordinates) by a call to display():

sage: rot.display(c_cart, c_cart)
R: U --> U
   (x, y) |--> (-1/2*sqrt(3)*y + 1/2*x, 1/2*sqrt(3)*x + 1/2*y)

sage: rot._coord_expression  # random (dictionary output)
{(Chart (U, (x, y)),
  Chart (U, (x, y))): Coordinate functions (-1/2*sqrt(3)*y + 1/2*x,
  1/2*sqrt(3)*x + 1/2*y) on the Chart (U, (x, y)),
 (Chart (U, (r, ph)),
  Chart (U, (r, ph))): Coordinate functions (r, 1/3*pi + ph)
  on the Chart (U, (r, ph))}

TESTS:

We check that this does not change the equality nor the hash value:

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'R^2', latex_name=r'\RR^2', structure='topological')
sage: c_xy.<x,y> = M.chart()
sage: U = M.open_subset('U', coord_def={c_xy: (y!=0, x<0)})
sage: c_cart = c_xy.restrict(U)
sage: c_spher.<r,ph> = U.chart(r'r:(0,+oo) ph:(0,2*pi):\phi')
sage: ch_cart_spher = c_cart.transition_map(c_spher,
....:                                       [sqrt(x*x+y*y), atan2(y,x)])
sage: ch_cart_spher.set_inverse(r*cos(ph), r*sin(ph))
sage: rot = U.continuous_map(U, ((x - sqrt(3)*y)/2, (sqrt(3)*x + y)/2),
....:                        name='R')
sage: rot2 = copy(rot)
sage: rot == rot2 and hash(rot) == hash(rot2)
True
sage: rot.set_expr(c_spher, c_spher, (r, ph+pi/3))
sage: rot == rot2 and hash(rot) == hash(rot2)
True
set_expression(chart1, chart2, coord_functions)

Set a new coordinate representation of self.

The expressions with respect to other charts are deleted, in order to avoid any inconsistency. To keep them, use add_expr() instead.

INPUT:

  • chart1 – chart for the coordinates on the domain of self
  • chart2 – chart for the coordinates on the codomain of self
  • coord_functions – the coordinate symbolic expression of the map in the above charts: list (or tuple) of the coordinates of the image expressed in terms of the coordinates of the considered point; if the dimension of the arrival manifold is 1, a single coordinate expression can be passed instead of a tuple with a single element

EXAMPLES:

Polar representation of a planar rotation initally defined in Cartesian coordinates:

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'R^2', latex_name=r'\RR^2', structure='topological')  # the Euclidean plane R^2
sage: c_xy.<x,y> = M.chart() # Cartesian coordinate on R^2
sage: U = M.open_subset('U', coord_def={c_xy: (y!=0, x<0)}) # the complement of the segment y=0 and x>0
sage: c_cart = c_xy.restrict(U) # Cartesian coordinates on U
sage: c_spher.<r,ph> = U.chart(r'r:(0,+oo) ph:(0,2*pi):\phi') # spherical coordinates on U
sage: # Links between spherical coordinates and Cartesian ones:
sage: ch_cart_spher = c_cart.transition_map(c_spher,
....:                                       [sqrt(x*x+y*y), atan2(y,x)])
sage: ch_cart_spher.set_inverse(r*cos(ph), r*sin(ph), verbose=True)
Check of the inverse coordinate transformation:
   x == x
   y == y
   r == r
   ph == arctan2(r*sin(ph), r*cos(ph))
sage: rot = U.continuous_map(U, ((x - sqrt(3)*y)/2, (sqrt(3)*x + y)/2),
....:                        name='R')
sage: rot.display(c_cart, c_cart)
R: U --> U
   (x, y) |--> (-1/2*sqrt(3)*y + 1/2*x, 1/2*sqrt(3)*x + 1/2*y)

Let us use the method set_expr() to set the spherical-coordinate expression by hand:

sage: rot.set_expr(c_spher, c_spher, (r, ph+pi/3))
sage: rot.display(c_spher, c_spher)
R: U --> U
   (r, ph) |--> (r, 1/3*pi + ph)

The expression in Cartesian coordinates has been erased:

sage: rot._coord_expression
{(Chart (U, (r, ph)),
  Chart (U, (r, ph))): Coordinate functions (r, 1/3*pi + ph)
  on the Chart (U, (r, ph))}

It is recovered (thanks to the known change of coordinates) by a call to display():

sage: rot.display(c_cart, c_cart)
R: U --> U
   (x, y) |--> (-1/2*sqrt(3)*y + 1/2*x, 1/2*sqrt(3)*x + 1/2*y)

sage: rot._coord_expression  # random (dictionary output)
{(Chart (U, (x, y)),
  Chart (U, (x, y))): Coordinate functions (-1/2*sqrt(3)*y + 1/2*x,
  1/2*sqrt(3)*x + 1/2*y) on the Chart (U, (x, y)),
 (Chart (U, (r, ph)),
  Chart (U, (r, ph))): Coordinate functions (r, 1/3*pi + ph)
  on the Chart (U, (r, ph))}

TESTS:

We check that this does not change the equality nor the hash value:

sage: M = Manifold(2, 'R^2', latex_name=r'\RR^2', structure='topological')
sage: c_xy.<x,y> = M.chart()
sage: U = M.open_subset('U', coord_def={c_xy: (y!=0, x<0)})
sage: c_cart = c_xy.restrict(U)
sage: c_spher.<r,ph> = U.chart(r'r:(0,+oo) ph:(0,2*pi):\phi')
sage: ch_cart_spher = c_cart.transition_map(c_spher,
....:                                       [sqrt(x*x+y*y), atan2(y,x)])
sage: ch_cart_spher.set_inverse(r*cos(ph), r*sin(ph))
sage: rot = U.continuous_map(U, ((x - sqrt(3)*y)/2, (sqrt(3)*x + y)/2),
....:                        name='R')
sage: rot2 = copy(rot)
sage: rot == rot2 and hash(rot) == hash(rot2)
True
sage: rot.set_expr(c_spher, c_spher, (r, ph+pi/3))
sage: rot == rot2 and hash(rot) == hash(rot2)
True