VRML Gallery of Electromagnetism: References

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
See also:

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