**Lectures on Discrete Subgroups of Lie Groups**

by G.D. Mostow

**Publisher**: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research 1969**Number of pages**: 86

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Contents: Preliminaries; Complexification of a real Linear Lie Group; Intrinsic characterization of K* and E; R-regular elements; Discrete Subgroups; Some Ergodic Properties of Discrete Subgroups; Real Forms of Semi-simple Algebraic Groups; The First Main Theorem; The Main Conjectures and the Main Theorem; Quasi-conformal Mappings.

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