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Interactions, Strings and Isotopies in Higher Order Anisotropic Superspaces

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Interactions, Strings and Isotopies in Higher Order Anisotropic Superspaces
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 450

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The monograph summarizes the author's results on the geometry of anholonomic and locally anisotropic interactions. The main subjects are in the theory of field interactions, strings and diffusion processes on spaces, superspaces and isospaces with higher order anisotropy and inhomogeneity.

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