# On the Geometry of Twisted Symmetries: Gauging and Coverings

@inproceedings{Ferraioli2020OnTG, title={On the Geometry of Twisted Symmetries: Gauging and Coverings}, author={Diego Catalano Ferraioli and G. Gaeta}, year={2020} }

We consider the theory of \emph{twisted symmetries} of differential equations, in particular $\lambda$ and $\mu$-symmetries, and discuss their geometrical content. We focus on their interpretation in terms of gauge transformations on the one hand, and of coverings on the other one.

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