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Introductory Treatise On Lie's Theory Of Finite Continuous Transformation Groups

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Introductory Treatise On Lie's Theory Of Finite Continuous Transformation Groups
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Publisher: Oxford Clarendon Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1406720259
Number of pages: 460

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In this treatise an attempt is made to give, in as elementary a form as possible, the main outlines of Lie's theory of Continuous Groups. Even those familiar with the theory of Continuous Groups may find something new in the form in which the theory is here presented.

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