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Title: Actions of groups of birationally extendible automorphisms
Author: ZAITSEV, DMITRI
Author's Homepage: http://people.tcd.ie/zaitsevd
Keywords: Pure & Applied Mathematics
Issue Date: 1996
Publisher: World Science Publishing
Citation: Actions of groups of birationally extendible automorphisms, Noguchi et al., Hayama , Geom. Complex Analysis, River Edge, NJ, World Sci. Publishing, 1996, 261-285., D. Zaitsev & A. Huckleberry
Abstract: The origin of this work is found in the study of automorphisms of domains D in Cn, n > 1. For example, suppose for the moment that D is relatively compact and recall that in this case the group Aut(D) of all holomorphic automorphisms is a Lie group acting properly on D in the compact-open topology ([6], see also [19]). It is important to underline the fact that this group is totally real so that, compared to holomorphic actions of complex Lie groups, there is a lack of naturality.
Description: PUBLISHED
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2262/31974
Appears in Collections:Pure & Applied Mathematics (Scholarly Publications)

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