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Groups of diffeomorphisms

in honor of Shigeyuki Morita on the occasion of his 60th birthday

by International Symposium on Groups of Diffeomorphisms (2006 University of Tokyo)

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Published by Mathematical Society of Japan in Tokyo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Congresses,
  • Class groups (Mathematics),
  • Diffeomorphisms

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Robert Penner ... [et al.].
    SeriesAdvanced studies in pure mathematics -- 52
    ContributionsMorita, S. (Shigeyuki), 1946-, Penner, R. C., 1956-, Nihon Sūgakkai
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA613.65 .I58 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination524 p.
    Number of Pages524
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27041941M
    ISBN 104931469485
    ISBN 109784931469488
    OCLC/WorldCa301783507

    The book introduces and explains most of the main techniques and ideas in the study of the structure of diffeomorphism groups. A quite complete proof of Thurston's theorem on the simplicity of some diffeomorphism groups is given. The method of the proof is generalized to symplectic and volume-preserving : Banyaga, Augustin.   Diffeomorphisms of Elliptic 3-Manifolds. by Sungbok Hong,John Kalliongis,Darryl McCullough,J. Hyam Rubinstein. Lecture Notes in Mathematics (Book ) Thanks for Sharing! You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them Brand: Springer Berlin Heidelberg.


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Contents 1 Introduction 13 Diffeomorphisms of disks 13 Why. 14 An overview of this book 16 I Comparing diffeomorphism groups 19 2 Prerequisites 21 Manifolds and maps between them 21 Submanifolds and embeddings 24 3 The Whitney topology 25 The Whitney topology 25 The diffeomorphisms of D1 30 The strong Whitney topology 31 4 File Size: 1MB.

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Comment: This is. Groups of diffeomorphisms book This volume is dedicated to Shigeyuki Morita on the occasion of his 60th birthday. It consists of selected papers on recent trends and results in the study of various groups of diffeomorphisms, including mapping class groups, from the point of view of algebraic and differential topology, as well as dynamical ones involving foliations and symplectic or contact diffeomorphisms.

Most of Groups of diffeomorphisms book authors were invited speakers or participants of the International Symposium on Groups of Diffeomorphismswhich was held at the University of Tokyo (Komaba) in September This volume is dedicated to Professor Shigeyuki Morita on the occasion of his 60th anniversary.

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History. A survey paper from of the subject by Anatoly Vershik, Israel Gelfand and M. Graev attributes the original interest in the topic to research in theoretical physics of the local current algebra, in the preceding ch on the finite configuration representations was in papers of R.

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This circle of ideas that we call the "Thurston tricks" is discussed in chapter 2. It explains how in certain groups of diffeomorphisms, perfectness leads to simplicity. In connection with these ideas, we discuss Epstein's theory [52], which we apply to contact diffeomorphisms in chapter : Augustin Banyaga.

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Diffeomorphism Groups, Hydrodynamics, and Relativity Marsden, J. E., D. Ebin, and A. Fischer as may be found in the book of Misner, Thorne and Wheeler. Much of the material on hydrodynamics is taken from Ebin and Marsden []. However, our exposition here is more informal and gets at several points from a different direction.

Infinite Dimensional Lie Transformation Groups. Authors: Omori, H. Free Preview. Buy this book eB18 Linear groups and groups of diffeomorphisms. Pages Omori, Prof. Hideki. Preview. Services for this Book. Download Product. Shapes and Diffeomorphisms by Laurent Younes,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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$\endgroup$ – Thomas Rot Apr 22 at 4 $\begingroup$ And I would guess the map $\mathrm{Diff}_\partial (D^n)\rightarrow \mathrm{int}(D^n)$ that sends a diffeomorphism that preserves the boundary to its. GROUPS OF DIFFEOMORPHISMS (under composition) of all (orientation preserving) Co diffeomorphisms 9D of a compact manifold is homeomorphic to 9y x 'O where 9s is the group of volume preserving diffeomorphisms (pa being a given volume element on M) and 'O is the set of all volumes v > 0 with 52 Ve.

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consider a smooth manifold and the group of diffeomorphisms (or (local) isometries in case of riemannian manifolds) $\varphi:M \rightarrow M$.

How can one define a smooth structure on this group, s.t. it becomes a Lie group. Regards. The Structure of Classical Diffeomorphism Groups | In the 60's, the work of Anderson, Chernavski, Kirby and Edwards showed that the group of homeomorphisms of a smooth manifold which are isotopic to the identity is a simple group.

This led Smale to conjecture that the group Diff'" (M)o of cr diffeomorphisms, r 1, of a smooth manifold M, with compact supports, and. Groups of Diffeomorphisms: In Honor of Shigeyuki Morita on the Occasion of His 60th Birthday Consists of selected papers on the trends and results in the study of various groups of Diffeomorphisms, including mapping class groups, from the point of view of algebraic and differential topology, as well as dynamical ones involving foliations and.

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INTEGRATING FACTORS FOR GROUPS OF FORMAL COMPLEX DIFFEOMORPHISMS 3 Formal vector fields and formal diffeomorphisms.

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However for singular foliations their groups of diffeomorphisms are less studied, e.g. The present paper is devoted to certain deformational properties of groups of leaf-preserving diffeomorphisms of codimension one foliations with Morse–Bott : Olexandra Khohliyk, Sergiy Maksymenko.ON GROUPS OF HOLDER DIFFEOMORPHISMS 3 non-separable.

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As the group of circle diffeomorphisms is an important subject in modern mathematics, this book will be of interest to those doing research in group theory, dynamical systems, low dimensional geometry and topology, and foliation Brand: Andrés Navas.