A Note on Solvable Lie Groups without Lattices and the Félix-thomas Models of Fibrations

  • Aleksy Tralle, ALEKSY TRALLE
  • Published 2000


In this article we show that solvable Lie group G constructed in the paper of Benson and Gordon [BG] has no lattices. This yields a negative answer to a question posed by several authors [BG, FLS, TO] in the context of symplectic geometry. The result is of conceptual interest, because it is obtained by a delicate application of the Félix-Thomas theorem on… (More)


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