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Lie groups; new research.


Lie groups; new research.

Ed. by Altos B. Canterra.

Nova Science Publishers


612 pages



Mathematics research developments


Lie groups are used to represent the continuous symmetry of mathematical objects and structures, and are indispensable in modern mathematics and theoretical physics. Researchers in those and related fields describe recent findings on such matters as Lie group methods for modulus conserving differential equations, the physical realization and implications of the conformal-affine structure of open quantum relativity, the structure and cohomologies of wrap groups of connected fiber bundles, the module structure of the infinite-dimensional Lie algebra attached to a vector field, deformation and contraction schemes for non-solvable real Lie algebras up to dimension eight, and the automorphism of some geometric structures on orbifolds.

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