Commit 9a0c8d51 authored by Ronny Bergmann's avatar Ronny Bergmann 🎧

fixes documentation to reflect the (merely internal) symbol commands from...

fixes documentation to reflect the (merely internal) symbol commands from within co-/bi-/tangent spaces. Fixes #41.
parent 04edc489
...@@ -455,8 +455,8 @@ The semantic file \file{numapde-manifolds.sty} collects definitions and notation ...@@ -455,8 +455,8 @@ The semantic file \file{numapde-manifolds.sty} collects definitions and notation
The second (optional) argument denotes the manifold, which defaults to $\MM$. The second (optional) argument denotes the manifold, which defaults to $\MM$.
\par\mathCodeExample{\bitangent{p}} \par\mathCodeExample{\bitangent{p}}
\par\mathCodeExample{\bitangent{q}[\NN]} \par\mathCodeExample{\bitangent{q}[\NN]}
\item[bitangentSpace] the symbol used within \codeCommand{\bitangent}. \item[bitangentSpaceSymbol] the symbol used within \codeCommand{\bitangent}.
\par\mathCodeExample{\bitangentSpace} \par\mathCodeExample{\bitangentSpaceSymbol}
\item[cotangent] the cotangent space. \item[cotangent] the cotangent space.
Its syntax is \codeCommand{\cotangent{#1}[#2]}. Its syntax is \codeCommand{\cotangent{#1}[#2]}.
The first argument denotes the base point. The first argument denotes the base point.
...@@ -468,8 +468,8 @@ The semantic file \file{numapde-manifolds.sty} collects definitions and notation ...@@ -468,8 +468,8 @@ The semantic file \file{numapde-manifolds.sty} collects definitions and notation
The (optional) argument denotes the manifold, which defaults to $\MM$. The (optional) argument denotes the manifold, which defaults to $\MM$.
\par\mathCodeExample{\cotangentBundle} \par\mathCodeExample{\cotangentBundle}
\par\mathCodeExample{\cotangentBundle[\NN]} \par\mathCodeExample{\cotangentBundle[\NN]}
\item[cotangentSpace] the symbol used within \codeCommand{\cotangent}. \item[cotangentSpaceSymbol] the symbol used within \codeCommand{\cotangent}.
\par\mathCodeExample{\cotangentSpace} \par\mathCodeExample{\cotangentSpaceSymbol}
\item[exponential] the exponential map. \item[exponential] the exponential map.
Its syntax is \codeCommand{\exponential[#1]{#2}{#3}}. Its syntax is \codeCommand{\exponential[#1]{#2}{#3}}.
The first argument can be used to scale the third. The first argument can be used to scale the third.
...@@ -592,8 +592,8 @@ The semantic file \file{numapde-manifolds.sty} collects definitions and notation ...@@ -592,8 +592,8 @@ The semantic file \file{numapde-manifolds.sty} collects definitions and notation
The (optional) argument denotes the manifold, which defaults to $\MM$. The (optional) argument denotes the manifold, which defaults to $\MM$.
\par\mathCodeExample{\tangentBundle} \par\mathCodeExample{\tangentBundle}
\par\mathCodeExample{\tangentBundle[\NN]} \par\mathCodeExample{\tangentBundle[\NN]}
\item[tangentSpace] the symbol used within \codeCommand{\tangent}. \item[tangentSpaceSymbol] the symbol used within \codeCommand{\tangent}.
\par\mathCodeExample{\tangentSpace} \par\mathCodeExample{\tangentSpaceSymbol}
\item[vectorTransport] a vector transport.\\ \item[vectorTransport] a vector transport.\\
Its syntax is \codeCommand{\parallelTransport[#1]{#2}{#3}(#4)[#5]}. Its syntax is \codeCommand{\parallelTransport[#1]{#2}{#3}(#4)[#5]}.
The first (optional) argument is used to scale the parantheses enclosing the argument \# 4.\cref{footnote:amsmath_sizes} The first (optional) argument is used to scale the parantheses enclosing the argument \# 4.\cref{footnote:amsmath_sizes}
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