A short survey on Lie theory and Finsler geometry

Strambach, K; Xu, M; Trapani, C; Fiebig, P; Auzinger, W; Herfort, W; Koch, O; Thalhammer, M; Kadeishvili, T; Merlini-Giuliani, M; Plaumann, P; Sabinina, L; Biggs, R; Remsing, C C; Devadze, D; Sarajishvili, Ts; Abashidze,M; Figula, A; Menteshashvili, M Z; Rogava, J; Gulua, D; Galdava, R; Cheng, X; Ma, X; Shen, Y; Liu, S; Muzsnay, Z; Nagy, P T; Rossi, O

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The aim of this chapter is to provide readers with a common thread to the many topics dealt with in this book, which is intermediate and which aims at postgraduate students and young researchers, wishing to intrigue those who are not experts in some of the topics. We also hope that this book will contribute in encouraging new collaborations among disciplines which have stemmed from related problems. In this context, we take the opportunity to recommend the book by Hawkins [18]. A basic bibliography is outlined between the lines.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteLie groups, Differential equations, and Geometry. Advances and surveys
Pagine1-21
Numero di pagine21
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2017

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Strambach, K; Xu, M; Trapani, C; Fiebig, P; Auzinger, W; Herfort, W; Koch, O; Thalhammer, M; Kadeishvili, T; Merlini-Giuliani, M; Plaumann, P; Sabinina, L; Biggs, R; Remsing, C C; Devadze, D; Sarajishvili, Ts; Abashidze,M; Figula, A; Menteshashvili, M Z; Rogava, J; Gulua, D; Galdava, R; Cheng, X; Ma, X; Shen, Y; Liu, S; Muzsnay, Z; Nagy, P T; Rossi, O (2017). A short survey on Lie theory and Finsler geometry. In Lie groups, Differential equations, and Geometry. Advances and surveys (pagg. 1-21)

A short survey on Lie theory and Finsler geometry. / Strambach, K; Xu, M; Trapani, C; Fiebig, P; Auzinger, W; Herfort, W; Koch, O; Thalhammer, M; Kadeishvili, T; Merlini-Giuliani, M; Plaumann, P; Sabinina, L; Biggs, R; Remsing, C C; Devadze, D; Sarajishvili, Ts; Abashidze,M; Figula, A; Menteshashvili, M Z; Rogava, J; Gulua, D; Galdava, R; Cheng, X; Ma, X; Shen, Y; Liu, S; Muzsnay, Z; Nagy, P T; Rossi, O.

Lie groups, Differential equations, and Geometry. Advances and surveys. 2017. pag. 1-21.

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Strambach, K; Xu, M; Trapani, C; Fiebig, P; Auzinger, W; Herfort, W; Koch, O; Thalhammer, M; Kadeishvili, T; Merlini-Giuliani, M; Plaumann, P; Sabinina, L; Biggs, R; Remsing, C C; Devadze, D; Sarajishvili, Ts; Abashidze,M; Figula, A; Menteshashvili, M Z; Rogava, J; Gulua, D; Galdava, R; Cheng, X; Ma, X; Shen, Y; Liu, S; Muzsnay, Z; Nagy, P T; Rossi, O 2017, A short survey on Lie theory and Finsler geometry. in Lie groups, Differential equations, and Geometry. Advances and surveys. pagg. 1-21.
Strambach, K; Xu, M; Trapani, C; Fiebig, P; Auzinger, W; Herfort, W; Koch, O; Thalhammer, M; Kadeishvili, T; Merlini-Giuliani, M; Plaumann, P; Sabinina, L; Biggs, R; Remsing, C C; Devadze, D; Sarajishvili, Ts; Abashidze,M; Figula, A; Menteshashvili, M Z; Rogava, J; Gulua, D; Galdava, R; Cheng, X; Ma, X; Shen, Y; Liu, S; Muzsnay, Z; Nagy, P T; Rossi, O. A short survey on Lie theory and Finsler geometry. In Lie groups, Differential equations, and Geometry. Advances and surveys. 2017. pag. 1-21
Strambach, K; Xu, M; Trapani, C; Fiebig, P; Auzinger, W; Herfort, W; Koch, O; Thalhammer, M; Kadeishvili, T; Merlini-Giuliani, M; Plaumann, P; Sabinina, L; Biggs, R; Remsing, C C; Devadze, D; Sarajishvili, Ts; Abashidze,M; Figula, A; Menteshashvili, M Z; Rogava, J; Gulua, D; Galdava, R; Cheng, X; Ma, X; Shen, Y; Liu, S; Muzsnay, Z; Nagy, P T; Rossi, O. / A short survey on Lie theory and Finsler geometry. Lie groups, Differential equations, and Geometry. Advances and surveys. 2017. pagg. 1-21
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