# Download Lie Groups and Lie Algebras I: Foundations of Lie Theory Lie Transformation Groups (Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Sciences) eBook

## by **T. Kozlowski,V.V. Gorbatsevich**

We find here Lie groups over non-archimedian fields, formal groups, infinite dimensional Lie groups and also analytic loops

We find here Lie groups over non-archimedian fields, formal groups, infinite dimensional Lie groups and also analytic loops. Part II deals on an advanced level with actions of Lie groups on manifolds and includes subjec ts like Lie groups actions on manifolds, transitive actions, actions of compact Lie groups on low-dimensional manifolds. Though the authors state that the geometry and topology of Lie groups is almost entirely beyond the scope of this survey, one can learn a lot in these directions. Both parts are very nicely written and can be strongly recommended.

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In mathematics, Lie group–Lie algebra correspondence allows one to study Lie groups, which are geometric objects, in terms of Lie algebras, which are linear objects. In this article, a Lie group refers to a real Lie group. For the complex and p-adic. For the complex and p-adic cases, see complex Lie group and p-adic Lie group. In this article, manifolds (in particular Lie groups) are assumed to be second countable; in particular, they have at most countably many connected components.

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