Author | Akhiezer, Dmitri N. author |
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Title | Lie Group Actions in Complex Analysis [electronic resource] / by Dmitri N. Akhiezer |

Imprint | Wiesbaden : Vieweg+Teubner Verlag, 1995 |

Connect to | http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-322-80267-5 |

Descript | VII, 204 p. online resource |

SUMMARY

This book was planned as an introduction to a vast area, where many contriยญ butions have been made in recent years. The choice of material is based on my understanding of the role of Lie groups in complex analysis. On the one hand, they appear as the automorphism groups of certain complex spaces, e. g. , bounded domains in en or compact spaces, and are therefore important as being one of their invariants. On the other hand, complex Lie groups and, more generally, homogeยญ neous complex manifolds, serve as a proving ground, where it is often possible to accomplish a task and get an explicit answer. One good example of this kind is the theory of homogeneous vector bundles over flag manifolds. Another example is the way the global analytic properties of homogeneous manifolds are translated into algebraic language. It is my pleasant duty to thank A. L. Onishchik, who first introduced me to the theory of Lie groups more than 25 years ago. I am greatly indebted to him and to E. B. Vinberg for the help and advice they have given me for years. I would like to express my gratitude to M. Brion, B. GilIigan, P. Heinzner, A. Huยญ kleberry, and E. Oeljeklaus for valuable discussions of various subjects treated here. A part of this book was written during my stay at the Ruhr-Universitat Bochum in 1993. I thank the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft for its research support and the colleagues in Bochum for their hospitality

CONTENT

1 Lie theory -- 1.1 Complex spaces -- 1.2 Lie group actions -- 1.3 One-parameter transformation groups -- 1.4 Vector fields -- 1 5 Infinitesimal transformations -- 1.6 Analyticity of Lie group actions -- 1.7 Lie homomorphism -- 1.8 Global actions -- 2 Automorphism groups -- 2.1 Topology in Hol(X, Y) -- 2.2 Local linearization of a compact group with a fixed point -- 2.3 The automorphism group of a compact complex space -- 2.4 Automorphisms of fiber bundles -- 2.5 Proper actions -- 2.6 The automorphism group of a bounded domain -- 2.7 The automorphism groups of the polydisk and the ball -- 2.8 A characterization of the ball -- 2.9 Bounded domains with compact quotient D/Aut(D) -- 3 Compact homogeneous manifolds -- 3.1 Flag manifolds -- 3.2 Equivariant projective embeddings -- 3.3 Automorphism groups of flag manifolds -- 3.4 Parallelizable manifolds -- 3.5 Tits fibration -- 3.6 Manifolds fibered by tori -- 3.7 The role of the fundamental group -- 3.8 An estimate of the dimension of Aut(X) -- 3.9 Compact homogeneous Kรคhler manifolds -- 4 Homogeneous vector bundles -- 4.1 Coherent analytic G-sheaves -- 4.2 Holomorphic vector G-bundles -- 4.3 Theorem of R.Bott. Proof of the Borel-Weil theorem -- 4.4 Application of the Leray spectral sequence -- 4.5 Proof of the theorem of R.Bott -- 4.6 Invertible sheaves on G/P for P maximal parabolic -- 4.7 Computations in root systems -- 4.8 Cohomology of the tangent sheaf -- 5 Function theory on homogeneous manifolds -- 5.1 Representations of compact Lie groups on Frรฉchet spaces -- 5.2 Differentiable vectors and Fourier series in O(X) -- 5.3 Reductive complex Lie groups -- 5.4 Quasi-affine homogeneous varieties -- 5.5 Holomorphically separable homogeneous manifolds -- 5.6 Stein homogeneous manifolds -- 5.7 Observable subgroups -- 5.8 Invariant plurisubharmonic functions and geodesic convexity -- Concluding remarks -- Index of notations -- Index of terminology

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