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Geometry now is, in large part, the study of structures on manifolds that have a geometric meaning, in the sense of the principle of covariance that lies at the root of general relativity theory in theoretical physics. (See Category:Structures on manifolds for a survey.) Much of this theory relates to the theory of continuous symmetry, or in other words Lie groups. As a member of a religious sect close but hostile to both Jews and Christians, he knew Syriac and Greek as well as Arabic; as a money changer, he knew how to calculate; as both, he recommended himself to the Banū Mūsā, a set of mathematician brothers descended from a robber who had diversified into astrology.

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Publisher: Amer Mathematical Society (April 27, 2008)

ISBN: 082184136X

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