By P. de Bartolomeis, F. Tricerri, E. Vesentini

ISBN-10: 0521562163

ISBN-13: 9780521562164

This publication brings jointly papers that hide a large spectrum of parts and provides an unsurpassed evaluation of study into differential geometry.

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V. Mamontov, V. M. Men'shikov, and V. V. Pukhnachev, "Group analysis of differential equations," in: Fundamental Studies of the Physical-Mathematical and Technical Sciences [in Russian], Nauka, Novosibirsk (1977), pp. 4043. L. N. Orlova, "A system of two partial differential equations of the first and second order for two functions of two independent variables," Uch. Zap. Mosk. Gos. Pedagog. Inst. im. V. I. Lenina, 271, No. 7, 103-112 (1967). L. N. Orlova, "Geometry of a quasilinear systems consisting of one first and one second order partial differential equation," in: Geometry of Homogeneous Spaces [in Russian], Moscow (1976), pp.

L. V. Ovsyannikov, N. Kh. Ibrigimov, E. V. Mamontov, V. M. Men'shikov, and V. V. Pukhnachev, "Group analysis of differential equations," in: Fundamental Studies of the Physical-Mathematical and Technical Sciences [in Russian], Nauka, Novosibirsk (1977), pp. 4043. L. N. Orlova, "A system of two partial differential equations of the first and second order for two functions of two independent variables," Uch. Zap. Mosk. Gos. Pedagog. Inst. im. V. I. Lenina, 271, No. 7, 103-112 (1967). L. N. Orlova, "Geometry of a quasilinear systems consisting of one first and one second order partial differential equation," in: Geometry of Homogeneous Spaces [in Russian], Moscow (1976), pp.

229-231. V. B. Tret'yakov, L. E. Evtushik, and N. V. Stepanov, "Reductive Cartan connection, associated with the space of m-extents over second order tangency support elements," in: Proceedings of the Seminar of the Department of Geometry. Kazan University [in Russian], Vol. 8, 89-94 (1975). V. A. Truppova, "Structual equations of the space of one-dimensional second order tangent elements," [in Russian], Irkutsk. Politekh. Inst. ). V. A. Truppova, "Intrinsic fundamental object of the surface V=~+~," [in Russian], Irkutsk.

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