Introduction to Louis Michel's lattice geometry through group action

    • Paper book

      69,00 €
    • eBook [PDF]

      0,00 €(free)
    Available content types →  PDF Format


    Group action analysis developed and applied mainly by Louis Michel to the study of N-dimensional periodic lattices is the central subject of the book. Di erent basic mathematical tools currently used for the description of lattice geometry are introduced and illustrated through applications to crystal structures in two- and three-dimensional space, to abstract multi-dimensional lattices and to lattices associated with integrable dynamical systems. Starting from general Delone sets the authors turn to di erent symmetry and topological classi- cations including explicit construction of orbifolds for two- and three-dimensional point and space groups.

    Voronoï and Delone cells together with positive quadratic forms and lattice description by root systems are introduced to demonstrate alternative approaches to lattice geometry study. Zonotopes and zonohedral families of 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-dimensional lattices are explicitly visualized using graph theory approach. Along with crystallographic applications, qualitative features of lattices of quantum states appearing for quantum problems associated with classical Hamiltonian integrable dynamical systems are shortly discussed.

    The presentation of the material is presented through a number of concrete examples with an extensive use of graphical visualization. The book is aimed at graduated and post-graduate students and young researchers in theoretical physics, dynamical systems, applied mathematics, solid state physics, crystallography, molecular physics, theoretical chemistry, ...



    Available media

    • Paper book

      layout 16 x 24, 262 pages, Black & WhiteIn stock
    • eBook [PDF]

      Pdf PDF (Introduction to Louis Michel's lattice geometry through group action), 271 pages
      Free download
    • Extracts
    • Features

    Refer to this product on your site

    → Copy to memory :