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eBook Group Actions on Manifolds (Contemporary Mathematics) ePub

by Reinhard Schultz

  • ISBN: 0821850385
  • Category: Mathematics
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Reinhard Schultz
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Amer Mathematical Society (May 1, 1985)
  • Pages: 568
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Group Actions On Manifolds book. Group Actions on Manifolds (Contemporary Mathematics). 0821850385 (ISBN13: 9780821850381).

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Group Actions on Manifolds.

Topological circle actions on 4-manifolds are studied using modifications of known techniques for smooth actions. This yields topological versions of some previously known restrictions on the fundamental groups of 4-manifolds admitting smooth circle actions. Pseudo-isotopies of 3-manifolds. Positive scalar curvature and periodic fundamental groups.

1. athematics DepartmentPurdue UniversityWest LafayetteUSA. Cite this paper as: Schultz R. (1980) Group actions on hypertoral manifolds. I. In: Koschorke . Neumann . eds) Topology Symposium Siegen 1979. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, vol 788.

On the construction of branched coverings of low-dimensional manifolds. I Berstein, AL Edmonds. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society 247 (1), 87-124, 1979.

Series: Contemporary Mathematics 03. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

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Publication Date: 1983. Publication Name: Contemporary Mathematics. Transformation groups and exotic spheres more. Publication Date: 1985. Bibliography of Deane Montgomery more.

We investigate universal actions of the unitary group and universal equivalence relations induced by. .

We investigate universal actions of the unitary group and universal equivalence relations induced by these actions. We consider the isometric equivalence relation for Hilbertian Polish metric spaces and prove that it is Borel bireducible with the orbit equivalence relation induced by a univeral action of the unitary group. oceedings{GaoContemporaryMU, title {Contemporary Mathematics Unitary Group Actions and Hilbertian Polish Metric Spaces}, author {Su Gao} }. Su Gao. We investigate universal actions of the unitary group and universal equivalence relations induced by these actions.

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Not merely an account of new results, this book is also a guide to motivation behind present work and potential future developments. Readers can obtain an overall understanding of the sorts of problems one studies in group actions and the methods used to study such problems. The book will be accessible to advanced graduate students who have had the equivalent of three semesters of graduate courses in topology; some previous acquaintance with the fundamentals of transformation groups is also highly desirable.

The articles in this book are mainly based upon lectures at the 1983 AMS-IMS-SIAM Joint Summer Research Conference, Group Actions on Manifolds, held at the University of Colorado. A major objective was to provide an overall account of current knowledge in transformation groups; a number of survey articles describe the present state of the subject from several complementary perspectives. The book also contains some research articles, generally dealing with results presented at the conference. Finally, there is a discussion of current problems on group actions and an acknowledgment of the work and influence of D. Montgomery on the subject.