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- A practical guide to the invariant calculus
- A survey of Lie groups and Lie algebras with applications and computational methods
- Abstract root subgroups and simple groups of Lie-type
- Algebraic and analytic methods in representation theory
- Algebro-geometric and Lie-theoretic techniques in systems theory
- An alternative approach to Lie groups and geometric structures
- An analogue of a reductive algebraic monoid whose unit group is a Kac-Moody group
- An introduction to Lie groups and Lie algebras
- An introduction to Lie groups and Lie algebras
- Analysis and geometry on groups
- Analysis and geometry on groups
- Analysis on Lie groups : an introduction
- Analysis on Lie groups and homogeneous spaces
- Applications of Lie groups to diffential equations
- Applications of Lie groups to diffential equations
- Approximate and renormgroup symmetries
- Automorphic forms and representations
- Automorphic forms on GL(2)
- C*-bundles and compact transformation groups
- Categories of symmetries and infinite-dimensional groups
- Classical groups for physicists
- Classification and Fourier inversion for parabolic subgroups with square integrable nilradical
- Collected papers, Volume 1, 1955-1966
- Compact Lie groups
- Correspondances de Howe sur un corps p-adique
- D-modules and spherical representations
- Developments and retrospectives in lie theory : : algebraic methods
- Developments and retrospectives in lie theory : geometric and analytic methods
- Differentiable manifolds
- Differential geometry and lie groups for physicists
- Differential geometry, Lie groups, and symmetric spaces
- Dynamics and symmetry
- Elements of mathematics : lie groups and lie algebras, Chapters 7-9
- Elements of mathematics: lie groups and lie algebras, chapters 1-3
- Elliptic operators and lie groups
- Equivariant K-theory and freeness of group actions on C*-algebras
- Finite groups of lie type: conjugacy classes and complex characters
- Foundations of differentiable manifolds and Lie groups
- Generalized Lie theory in mathematics, physics and beyond
- Generalized Lie theory in mathematics, physics and beyond
- Geometric and Harmonic Analysis on Homogeneous Spaces and Applications : TJC 2015, Monastir, Tunisia, December 18-23
- Geometric fundamentals of robotics
- Geometry of coxeter groups
- Group structure of gauge theories
- Group-theoretical methods for integration of nonlinear dynamical systems
- Groupes et algèbres de Lie, Chapitre 9
- Groupes et algèbres de Lie, Chapitres 4 à 6
- Groups and geometric analysis: integral geometry, invariant differential operators, and spherical functions
- Groups and symmetries : from finite groups to Lie groups
- Hardy spaces on homogeneous groups
- Harmonic analysis of mean periodic functions on symmetric spaces and the Heisenberg group
- Harmonic analysis on exponential solvable lie groups
- Harmonic analysis on homogeneous spaces
- Infinite-dimensional Lie groups
- Integrable Hamiltonian systems on complex Lie groups
- Introduction to Lie groups and Lie algebras
- Introduction to affine algebraic groups
- Introduction to compact Lie groups
- Introduction to compact transformation groups
- Introduction to symmetry analysis
- Introduction to the theory of lie groups
- Invariant Markov processed under Lie group actions
- Invariant differential operators, Volume 1, Noncompact semisimple lie algebras and groups
- Invariant subsemigroups of Lie groups
- L'endoscopie tordue n'est pas si tordue
- Lectures on Lie groups
- Lectures on Lie groups and Lie algebras
- Lectures on Lie groups and Lie algebras
- Lectures on exceptional Lie groups
- Lectures on selected topics in mathematical physics : further applications of Lie theory
- Lectures on selected topics in mathematical physics : introduction to lie theory with applications
- Lie Groups, Lie Algebras, Cohomology and some Applications in Physics
- Lie algebras and Lie groups: 1964 lectures given at Harvard University
- Lie groupoids and lie algebroids in differential geometry
- Lie groups
- Lie groups : a problem-oriented introduction via matrix groups
- Lie groups : an approach through invariants and representations
- Lie groups : an introduction through linear groups
- Lie groups : structure, actions, and representations : in honor of Joseph A. Wolf on the occasion of his 75th birthday
- Lie groups and algebras with applications to physics, geometry, and mechanics
- Lie groups and compact groups
- Lie groups and compact groups
- Lie groups and lie algebras : a physicist's perspective
- Lie groups beyond an introduction
- Lie groups, Lie algebras and representation theory
- Lie groups, Lie algebras, and representations : an elementary introduction
- Lie groups, Lie algebras, and some of their applications
- Lie groups, Lie algebras, and their representations
- Lie groups, differential equations, and Geometry : advances and surveys
- Lie groups, geometry, and representation theory : a tribute to the life and work of Bertram Kostant
- Lie groups, lie algebras, and cohomology
- Lie groups, physics, and geometry : an introduction for physicists, engineers and chemists
- Lie semigroups and their applications
- Lie theory : harmonic analysis on symmetric spaces - general Plancherel theorems
- Lie theory : unitary representations and compactifications of symmetric spaces
- Lie theory and geometry: in honour of Bertram Kostant
- Lévy processes in Lie groups
- Matrix groups for undergraduates
- Mirror geometry of lie algebras, lie groups and homogeneous spaces
- Modular Representations of Finite Groups of Lie Type
- Module categories of analytic groups
- Module categories of analytic groups
- Multi-body kinematics and dynamics with Lie groups
- Naive lie theory
- Naturally reductive metrics and Einstein metrics on compact Lie groups
- Non-spherical principal series representations of a semisimple Lie group
- Operational quantum theory I : nonrelativistic structures
- Optimal control and geometry : integrable systems
- P-Adic lie groups
- Perspectives in lie theory
- Probability on compact lie groups
- Quantum statistical mechanics and Lie group harmonic analysis
- Real reductive groups I
- Representation of lie groups and special functions
- Representation theory : a first course
- Representation theory of Lie groups
- Representation theory of algebraic groups and quantum groups
- Representations de longueur finie des groupes de Lie resolubles
- Representations of compact Lie groups
- Representations of finite groups of Lie type
- Representations of finite groups of lie type
- Representations of rank one Lie groups
- Representations of rank one Lie groups II: n-cohomology
- Representations of real reductive Lie groups
- SL2 (R)
- Selected papers of E.B. Dynkin with commentary
- Semigroups in algebra, geometry, and analysis
- Simple groups of Lie type
- Smooth compactification of locally symmetric varieties
- Smooth compactifications of locally symmetric varieties
- Space kinematics and lie groups
- State estimation for robotics
- State estimation for robotics
- Stochastic models, information theory, and lie groups
- Stochastic models, information theory, and lie groups : analytic methods and modern applications, Volume 2
- Stratified lie groups and potential theory for their sub-laplacians
- Strong rigidity of locally symmetric spaces
- Structure and geometry of lie groups
- Sum formula for SL2 over a totally real number field
- Symbol correspondences for spin systems
- Symmetric spaces and the Kashiwara-Vergne method
- Symmetries and differential equations
- Symmetry and economic invariance
- Symmetry and the standard model : mathematics and particle physics
- Symmetry groups and their applications
- Symmetry, representations, and invariants
- Symplectic geometry and Fourier analysis
- Systems of partial differential equations and lie pseudogroups
- The cohomology of Chevalley groups of exceptional Lie type
- The degenerate principal series of Sp(2n)
- The ergodic theory of lattice subgroups
- The fourfold way in real analysis : an alternative to the metaplectic representation
- The geometry of infinite-dimensional groups
- The metaplectic representation, Mpc structures and geometric quantization
- The oscillator duality correspondence for the pair O(2,2), Sp(2,R)
- The structure of compact groups : a primer for students, a handbook for the expert
- The theory of Eisenstein systems
- Theory of technical change and economic invariance: application of Lie groups
- Toda lattices, cosymplectic manifolds, Bäcklund transformationsand kinks
- Transformation groups
- Transformation groups
- Unitary representation theory of exponential Lie groups
- Unitary representations and harmonic analysis: an introduction, [by] Mitsuo Sugiura
- Variations on a theme by Kepler
- Weil representation
- Éléments de mathématique, Chapitre 1, Groupes et algèbres de Lie

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