These are the references for VRML Gallery of Electrodynamics (by Rob Salgado)

- Bamberg, P. and Sternberg, S.
- (1991)
*A course in mathematics for students of physics.*(Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England) - Burke, W.L.
- (1980)
*Spacetime, Geometry, Cosmology.*(University Science Books, Mill Valley, California) - (1983) "Manifestly parity invariant electromagnetic theory and
twisted tensors",
*J. Math. Phys.*24(1), January 1983, pp.65-69 - (1985)
*Applied Differential Geometry.*(Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England) - Ingarden, R.S. and Jamiolkowski, A.
- (1985)
*Classical Electrodynamics.*(Elsevier, Amsterdam) - Jancewicz, B.
- (1992) "Directed Quantities in Physics: Part I. Quantities Replacing Vectors" (Institute for Theoretical Physics (U. Wroclaw) preprint)
- Misner, C.W. , Thorne, K.S., Wheeler, J.A.
- (1973)
*Gravitation.*(W.H. Freeman, New York) - Schouten, J.A.
- (1924, 1954)
*Ricci Calculus.*(Springer Verlag., New York) - (1951)
*Tensor Analysis for Physicists.*(Dover Publ., New York) - Schouten, J.A. and Van Dantzig, D.
- (1939) "On ordinary quantities and W-quantities"
*Compositio Mathematica*7 , pp.447-473 - Van Dantzig, D.
- (1934) "The fundamental equations of electromagnetism, independent of
metrical geometry"
*Proc. Cambridge Philosophical Society*30 , pp.421-427 - (1934) "Electromagnetism independent of metrical geometry
1. The foundations"
*Akad. Wetensch. Amsterdam*37 , pp.521-525 - (1934) "Electromagnetism independent of metrical geometry
2. Variational principles and further generalizations of the theory"
*Akad. Wetensch. Amsterdam*37 , pp.526-531 - (1934) "Electromagnetism independent of metrical geometry
3. Mass and Motion"
*Akad. Wetensch. Amsterdam*37 , pp.643-652 - (1934) "Electromagnetism independent of metrical geometry
4. Momentum and Energy; Waves"
*Akad. Wetensch. Amsterdam*37 , pp.825-836 - (1954) "On the Geometrical Representation of Elementary Physical
Objects and the Relations between Geometry and Physics"
*Nieuw. Achief. voor Wiskunde (3)*2 , pp.73-89

- Bill Burke's home page

Differential Forms in Electromagnetic Theory (R.H. Selfridge, D.V. Arnold and K.F. Warnick) which I recently found on the web. So, it seems other people are also thinking seriously about this.

Rob Salgado (salgado@physics.syr.edu)

11-Oct 1996