2 edition of **Classification theorems for almost homogeneous spaces** found in the catalog.

Classification theorems for almost homogeneous spaces

A. Huckleberry

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Published
**1984**
by Institut Elie Cartan in Nancy
.

Written in

- Algebraic topology,
- Complex manifolds,
- Lie groups

**Edition Notes**

Statement | A. Huckleberry and E. Oeljeklaus. |

Series | Institut Elie Cartan -- 9, Institut Elie Cartan (Series) -- 9 |

Contributions | Oeljeklaus, Eberhard. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA387 H8 1984 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 178 p, xiv p. ; |

Number of Pages | 178 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL21389011M |

ISBN 10 | 2903594074 |

The classification of 5-dimensional naturally reductive homogeneous spaces was obtained by O. Kowalski and L. Vanhecke in using other methods, see. Let us look from another point of view at 5-dimensional Riemannian manifolds with parallel skew torsion and σ T ≠ 0. In this paper, first, a sufficient condition for almost convex mappings of order \(\alpha \) defined on the unit ball of complex Hilbert spaces and another sufficient condition for almost quasi-convex mappings of order \(\alpha \) defined on the unit ball of complex Banach spaces are given. Second, the distortion theorem of the Fréchet derivative for almost convex mappings of order .

Ratner’s theorems are a series of results concerning unipotent flows of homogeneous spaces. They have been applied to many different situations, notably in some number theoretical questions, such as Oppenheim conjecture on quadratic forms. In this post I present the statements of this theorems and sketch the proof of the Measure Classification Theorem in a special case. Classification is technique to categorize our data into a desired and distinct number of classes where we can assign label to each class. Applications of Classification .

The Seifert-van Kampen Theorem. Classification of Surfaces. Classification of Covering Spaces. Applications to Group Theory. For anyone needing a basic, thorough, introduction to general and algebraic topology and its applications. out of 5 stars Great book but the lack of a correct index makes it almost useless. Reviewed in India on Reviews: In mathematics, Ratner's theorems are a group of major theorems in ergodic theory concerning unipotent flows on homogeneous spaces proved by Marina Ratner around The theorems grew out of Ratner's earlier work on horocycle study of the dynamics of unipotent flows played a decisive role in the proof of the Oppenheim conjecture by Grigory Margulis.

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Get this from a library. Classification theorems for almost homogeneous spaces. [A Huckleberry; Eberhard Oeljeklaus; Centre national de la recherche scientifique (France). Equipe de recherche associée d'Analyse Globale, Classification theorems for almost homogeneous spaces book. Theorem 2 (Homogeneous-space construction theorem) Let Gbe a Lie group and let H be a closed subgroup of G.(i) The left coset space G=H is a topological manifold of dimension equal to dim(G) dim(H), and has a unique smooth structure s.t.

the quotient map ˇ: G. G=His a smooth submersion. (ii)The left action of Gy G=Hgiven by: g 1 (g 2H) = (g 1g 2)HFile Size: KB.

The classification of all complex-homogeneous (i.e. G is a complex Lie group) twodimensional manifolds was completed in by A. Huckleberry and E. Livorni [HL]. Next, in K. Oeljeklaus and W. Richthofer classified all those homogeneous two-dimensional complex manifolds X = G/H where G is only a real Lie group [ OR ].Cited by: On the Classification Theorems of Almost-Hermitian or Homogeneous Kähler Structures Article in Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics 36(1) February with 13 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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Applications include averages over smooth submanifolds and polynomial curves.1Author: Michael Björklund. In this paper we finished the classification of SL(2, C)×Gm almost homogeneous projective 3-folds which we started in [8, 9].

For some technical reasons we leave the proofs of Propositions Let U ⊂ F be the subgroup generated by all unipotent elements of F, x ∈ L//, and λ and µ denote the Haar probability measures on the homogeneous spaces Ux and Gx, respectively (cf. Ratner's. The notion of homomorphism homogeneity was introduced by Cameron and Nešetřil as a natural generalization of the classical model-theoretic notion of h.

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Homogeneous Flows, Moduli Spaces and Arithmetic. Author/Editor Label (optional): the classification of invariant measures, equidistribution, orbit closures. In mathematics, particularly in the theories of Lie groups, algebraic groups and topological groups, a homogeneous space for a group G is a non-empty manifold or topological space X on which G acts transitively.

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In particular, the orbit structure can be determined completely, and described in terms of the restricted root system. Dear Colleagues, The present Special Issue of Symmetry is devoted into two important areas of global Riemannian geometry, namely submanifold theory and the geometry of Lie groups and homogeneous spaces.

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In this paper, we shall deal with the compact case and nish the classi cation up to certain better-understood building blocks. In this paper, we shall always deal with compact manifolds except those mani-folds in the Preliminaries and in Theorem 1.

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