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2-fibred manifold; jet prolongation; semiholonomic jets; natural transformation; connection
We present a generalization of the concept of semiholonomic jets within the framework of higher order prolongations of a fibred manifold. In this respect, a compilation of our 2-fibred manifold approach with the methods of natural operators theory is used.
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