A fibre bundle is a bundle with an additional structure derived from the action of a topological group on the fibres. In the next chapter the notions of fibre bundle and vector bundle are related. As with vector bundles, a fibre bundle has so much structure that there is a homotopy classification theorem for fibre bundles.
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Husemoller, D. (1994). General Fibre Bundles. In: Fibre Bundles. Graduate Texts in Mathematics, vol 20. Springer, New York, NY. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-2261-1_4
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