On the Geometry of Grassmannians and the Symplectic Group : the Maslov Index and Its Applications . Paolo Piccione

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  title={On the Geometry of Grassmannians and the Symplectic Group : the Maslov Index and Its Applications . Paolo Piccione},
  author={Daniel Tausk},
  year={2000}
}
Introduction It has become evident through many mathematical theories of our century that Geometry and Topology offer very powerful tools in the study of qualitative and also quantitative properties of differential equations. The main idea behind these theories is that some equations, or better, some classes of equations can be studied by means of their symmetries, where by symmetry we mean generically any algebraic or geometric structure which is preserved by their flow. Once such invariant… CONTINUE READING
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