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The Theory of Lie Derivatives and Its Applications

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The Theory of Lie Derivatives and Its Applications
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Publisher: North Holland Publishing Co.
Number of pages: 321

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This is an advanced treatment of topics in differential geometry. The topics include: Spaces with a non-vanishing curvature tensor that admit a group of automorphisms of the maximum order; Groups of transformations in generalized spaces; The study of global properties of the groups of motions in a compact orientable Riemannian space; Lie derivatives in an almost complex space.

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