By Arvanitogeorgos, Andreas
It really is striking that a lot approximately Lie teams can be packed into this small e-book. yet after analyzing it, scholars might be well-prepared to proceed with extra complex, graduate-level issues in differential geometry or the idea of Lie teams.
The concept of Lie teams consists of many components of arithmetic: algebra, differential geometry, algebraic geometry, research, and differential equations. during this publication, Arvanitoyeorgos outlines sufficient of the must haves to get the reader began. He then chooses a course via this wealthy and numerous concept that goals for an figuring out of the geometry of Lie teams and homogeneous areas. during this approach, he avoids the additional aspect wanted for a radical dialogue of illustration conception.
Lie teams and homogeneous areas are specially worthy to review in geometry, as they supply first-class examples the place amounts (such as curvature) are more uncomplicated to compute. a superb realizing of them presents lasting instinct, specifically in differential geometry.
The writer offers a number of examples and computations. subject matters mentioned contain the class of compact and attached Lie teams, Lie algebras, geometrical facets of compact Lie teams and reductive homogeneous areas, and significant periods of homogeneous areas, equivalent to symmetric areas and flag manifolds. purposes to extra complex issues also are integrated, comparable to homogeneous Einstein metrics, Hamiltonian platforms, and homogeneous geodesics in homogeneous areas.
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