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comment Getting unique ergodicity from minimality
David, could you provide some references? I'm not familiar with these concepts. BTW, I'm writing a paper where I'll probably need to mention the existence of such examples.
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comment Getting unique ergodicity from minimality
Amazing! Thank you!
Dec
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accepted Getting unique ergodicity from minimality
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answered Number of disjoint simple closed geodesics
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answered Generalizations and relative applications of Fekete's subadditive lemma
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comment Why is GL(n,C)/U(n) a CAT(0) space?
For the similar space GL(n,R)/SO(n), a detailed and accessible discussion is given in Ch.12 of Lang's Fundamentals of Differential Geometry.
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accepted About Jacobi fields on nonpositive curvature
Aug
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comment What is the defining formula for Sectional Curvature
To be more precise, Lang is not radical: depending on what applications one makes, both R and -R are natural''. However, (...) R is the clearest functorial notion.'' To support his point, Lang says (among other things): ``The naturality of R in the real case is similar to the naturality of its counterpart in the complex case, where formulas involving positivity come out neatly by using the analogue of R rather than its negative (as already noted by Griffiths).'' Probably Griffiths is not taken seriously either... Anyway, choose your favorite definition and be happy!
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