An Introduction to Heisenberg Groups in Analysis and Geometry, Volume 50, Number 6

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640 NOTICES OF THE AMS VOLUME 50, NUMBER 6 H eisenberg groups, in discrete and continuous versions, appear in many parts of mathematics, including Fourier analysis, several complex variables, geometry, and topology. In the present survey we shall not focus too much on any particular aspect, but try to give a kind of sampler. We begin with something which is… (More)

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@inproceedings{Semmes2003AnIT, title={An Introduction to Heisenberg Groups in Analysis and Geometry, Volume 50, Number 6}, author={S. Semmes}, year={2003} }