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Continuous Groups Of Transformations

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Continuous Groups Of Transformations
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Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1406760390
Number of pages: 319

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This book sets forth the general theory of Lie and his contemporaries and the results of recent investigations with the aid of the methods of the tensor calculus and concepts of the new differential geometry. The first three chapters contain in the main the results of the first period.

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