Expository Lectures
from the CBMS Regional Conference
held at the University of Georgia
June 18-22, 1984
This Conference was supported in part by National Science Foundation Grant DMS-
1980 Mathematics Subject Classifications (1985 Revision). Primary 43A85, 22E46;
Secondary 58GXX, 53C35.
Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data
Flensted-Jensen, Mogens, 1942—
Analysis on non-Riemannian Symmetrie Spaces.
(Regional Conference series in mathematics, ISSN 0160-7642; no. 61)
Bibliography: p.
1. Symmetrie Spaces. I. Title. IL Series.
QA649.F55 1986 515'.2433 85-30694
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