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Title: On symmetric Cauchy-Riemann manifolds
Author: ZAITSEV, DMITRI
Author's Homepage: http://people.tcd.ie/zaitsevd
Keywords: Pure & Applied Mathematics
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Kaup, Wilhelm; Zaitsev, Dmitri 'On symmetric Cauchy-Riemann manifolds' in Advances in Mathematics, 149, (2), 2000, pp 145 - 181
Series/Report no.: Advances in Mathematics
149
2
Abstract: The Riemannian symmetric spaces play an important role in different branches of mathematics. By definition, a (connected) Riemannian manifold M is called symmetric if, to every a ∈ M, there exists an involutory isometric diffeomorphism sa:M → M having a as isolated fixed point in M (or equivalently, if the differential dasa is the negative identity on the the tangent space Ta = TaM of M at a). In case such a transformation sa exists for a ∈ M, it is uniquely determined and is the geodesic reflection of M about the point a. As a consequence, for every Riemannian symmetric space M, the group G = GM generated by all symmetries sa, a ∈ M, is a Lie group acting transitively on M. In particular, M can be identified with the homogeneous space G/K for some compact subgroup K ⊂ G. Using the elaborate theory of Lie groups and Lie algebras E.Cartan classified all Riemannian symmetric spaces.
Description: PUBLISHED
URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1006/aima.1999.1863
http://hdl.handle.net/2262/31976
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