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Taylor's series for Lie groups

Let $G_1$ and $G_2$ be two (matrix) Lie groups, with $L(G_1)$ and $L(G_2)$ their respective Lie algebras. I am interested to know if there is a well developed theory to approximate a (sufficiently) ...
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Higher order Approximation of Lie groups [closed]

Maybe the following is trivial or folklore, but I can't find any concrete proof of the theorem, that higher order derivatives of Lie groups don't give any new information above what is coded in its ...
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Jet spaces for maps with constraints

Lets be in the category $\mathbf{M}$ of smooth finite dimensional manifolds with smooth maps: Suppose we have the set of all smooth maps $Hom_\mathbf{M}(R^n,M)$ from $R^n$ to a smooth manifold $M$. ...