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Summing up, there are natural isomorphisms ∼ D (M )N −→ DN (M × N ) and ∼ D (N )M −→ DM (M × N ) and an internal decomposition D (M × N ) = DN (M × N ) ⊕ DM (M × N ) . 20 The decompositions D (M × N ) = D (M )N ⊕ D (N )M and D (M × N ) = DN (M × N ) ⊕ DM (M × N ) precisely express the intuitive fact that every vector field on a product may be decomposed into a horizontal and a vertical component. Moreover, n. 19 says that there are two natural formalizations of the concept of a ‘horizontal’ (respectively, vertical) vector field.

8 Morphisms of Vector Bundles Let ξ : Eξ → N and π : Eπ → M be vector bundles and f : N → M a smooth map. Denote as usual by f ∗ (π) : Ef ∗ (π) → N the induced by f from Eπ bundle and by f the induced map. Definition. 5) such that f =f ◦g . If g is an isomorphism, then f will be said to be regular . A morphism is compatible with the projection maps ξ, π and fiber-wise linear, because of similar properties of f and g. For each n ∈ N , f n : ξ −1 (n) → π −1 (f (n)) will denote the restriction of f on the fibers at n and at f (n).

October 8, 2008 14:20 World Scientific Book - 9in x 6in 18 Fat Manifolds and Linear Connections If N is an open subset of M then A|N is always a smooth algebra, possibly with boundary. Therefore, an open submanifold of M is nothing but an open subset of M , considered as a manifold according to the above introduced identification. Now suppose that C is a closed subset of M . Taking into account the definition of the restriction algebra and using a suitable partition of unity, one easily proves that the restriction homomorphism ρ : C∞ (M ) → C∞ (M )|C is surjective.