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INVARIANT OPERATORS OF THE FIRST ORDER ON MANIFOLDS WITH A GIVEN PARABOLIC STRUCTURE

@inproceedings{Slovk2000INVARIANTOO,
  title={INVARIANT OPERATORS OF THE FIRST ORDER ON MANIFOLDS WITH A GIVEN PARABOLIC STRUCTURE},
  author={Jan Slov{\'a}k and Vladim{\'i}r Sou{\vc}ek},
  year={2000}
}
The goal of this paper is to describe explicitly all invariant first order operators on manifolds equipped with parabolic geometries. Both the results and the methods present an essential generalization of Fegan's description of the first order invariant operators on conformal Riemannian manifolds. On the way to the results, we present a short survey on basic structures and properties of parabolic geometries, together with links to further literature. Resume (Operateurs invariants d'ordre 1 sur… 
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