On the Heat Equation and the Index Theorem.

M. Atiyah; R. Bott; V.K. Patodi

Inventiones mathematicae (1973)

  • Volume: 19, page 279-330
  • ISSN: 0020-9910; 1432-1297/e

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Atiyah, M., Bott, R., and Patodi, V.K.. "On the Heat Equation and the Index Theorem.." Inventiones mathematicae 19 (1973): 279-330. <http://eudml.org/doc/142198>.

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journal = {Inventiones mathematicae},
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