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location | The Ohio State University | |
age | 26 | |
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I am a graduate student studying homogeneous dynamics.
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Nilpotent subgroups of uniform finite index
Do you recall where in Raghunathan's book these results are? I find that book particularly hard to navigate through. |
Mar 17 |
accepted | Nilpotent subgroups of uniform finite index |
Mar 16 |
asked | Nilpotent subgroups of uniform finite index |
Feb 22 |
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Decomposing maximal compact subgroups of SO(n,1)
@Misha. Thank you. Indeed, $\mathfrak h$ is not a Lie Algebra. For my purpose it is enough to consider the group generated by $exp(\mathfrak h)$. In this case, what can I say about the cosets of $K/HM$? |
Feb 22 |
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Feb 22 |
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Decomposing maximal compact subgroups of SO(n,1)
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Feb 22 |
asked | Decomposing maximal compact subgroups of SO(n,1) |
Feb 13 |
accepted | Maximal nilpotent subgroups of SO(n,1) |
Feb 12 |
awarded | Supporter |
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awarded | Autobiographer |
Feb 10 |
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Maximal nilpotent subgroups of SO(n,1)
@Yves I do mean maximal connected nilpotent. Thank you. |
Feb 9 |
asked | Maximal nilpotent subgroups of SO(n,1) |
Jan 31 |
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Extending a discrete sub group to a lattice in unimodular Lie groups
A quick follow up. When you re-embed $\Gamma$ into another Lie group, does the original group $G$ also embed into that group? |
Jan 31 |
awarded | Scholar |
Jan 31 |
accepted | Extending a discrete sub group to a lattice in unimodular Lie groups |
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awarded | Student |
Jan 31 |
asked | Extending a discrete sub group to a lattice in unimodular Lie groups |