The Connection Between Isometries And Symmetries Of Geodesic Equations Of The Underlying Spaces

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arXiv:1107.1815v1 [math.DG] 9 Jul 2011 The geodesic flow on a Riemannian supermanifold St´ephane Garnier∗ Tilmann Wurzbacher†‡ Laboratoire de Math´ematiques et Applicatio

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covariant approach outlined in Appendix A. The spatial symmetries and macroscopic spin averaging procedure are discussed in Section3. In Section4, we establish the relevant dynamical relations for a homogeneous and irrotational Weyssenho uid. In Section5, we perform a geodesic singularity analysis for such a uid. In Section6, we analyse the uid

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ing a larger role. The main connection between these two perspectives is the relative ease with which a surface can be endowed with a con-formal structure. Among the conformal maps of C are the Euclidean isometries. Thus an ordinary at geometric surface, such as a poly-hedron or the usual torus R2=Z2, has a canonical conformal structure

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a larger role. The main connection between these two perspectives is the relative ease with which a surface can be endowed with a conformal structure. Among the conformal maps of C are the Euclidean isometries. Thus an ordinary at geometric surface, such as a polyhedron or the usual torus R2=Z2, has a canonical conformal structure associated

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INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS PUBLISHING CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM GRAVITY Class. Quantum Grav. 19 (2002) 4141 4166 PII: S0264-9381(02)35689-2 Conformally reducible 2+2 spacetimes Jaume Caro

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Zdeněk Dušek: Homogeneous geodesics in homogeneous Finsler spaces A geodesic is homogeneous if it is an orbit of a 1-parameter group of isometries or of affine transformations. The existence of a homogeneous geodesic in any homogeneous Riemannian manifold was proved by O. Kowalski and J. Szenthe (in 2000) using the algebraic methods on

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central charge-free Virasoro algebra. Realizations as Lie symmetries of fleld equations, coadjoint representation, coinduced representations in connection with Cartan s prolon-gation method, as well as cohomological investigations, in particular a classiflcation of deformations and central extensions, will be addressed.

Classical big-bounce cosmology: dynamical analysis of a

The symmetries require the dynamical fields to be invariant under the action of an infinitesimal isometry. Hence, the Lie derivatives of the dynamical fields have to vanish according to L ξg μν = 0, (14) L ξT λ μν = 0, (15) where ξμ are the Killing vectors generating the spatial isometries. A maximally symmetric

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to derive the form factors of the spin fields as well as the non-linear differential equations satisfied by the corresponding two-point correlation functions. The latter are studied in detail and, in particular, we present a solution to the so-called connection problem relating two of the singular points of the associated Painlev´e VI equation.

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the equations of motion are embedded into the geodesic equations of a Brinkmann-type metric defined on (d + 2)-dimensional spacetime of Lorentzian signature. In this work, the Eisenhart lift of 2-dimensional mechanics on curved background is studied. The corresponding 4-dimensional metric is governed by two scalar functions which are just the

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identified with the angles of the geodesic rays emanating from the origin. Similarly as in the Euclidian case, one may look for global minimisers with prescribed asymptotics by the half-spheres. By using the symmetry of Hd the PDE reduces to an ODE, which gives a heteroclinic connection between the two states. Observe that in the euclidean case a