# Selected Papers of V. S. Varadarajan: Volumes 2 and 3

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*Donald G. Babbitt; Ramesh Gangolli; K. R. Parthasarathy; Enrico G. Beltrametti; Gianni Cassinelli; Rita Fioresi; Anatoly N. Kochubei*

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Volume 2: Differential Equations and Representation
Theory, edited by Donald G. Babbitt, Ramesh Gangolli, and
K. R. Parthasarathy; 648 pages

Volume 3: Physics, Analysis, and Reflections and Reviews,
edited by Enrico G. Beltrametti, Gianni Cassinelli, Rita Fioresi,
Anatoly N. Kochubei, and K. R. Parthasarathy; 718 pages

These two volumes constitute a selection of papers of V. S.
Varadarajan. An earlier volume of Selected Papers was published by the American
Mathematical Society and International Press in 1998.

The papers reproduced in these two volumes include not only the articles
published since 1998 but also some important papers published earlier which
were not included in the original Selected Papers for reasons of space and
other limitations.

The current volumes contain the papers on fundamental questions of
individual and families of meromorphic differential equations that are treated
by a new group theoretic and functional approach; papers on representation
theory of Lie groups; papers on foundations of physics, supersymmetry, and
P-adic aspects of quantum physical theories; papers on analysis, especially
oscillatory integrals, on semi-simple Lie groups, their conjugacy classes, and
their flag manifolds; and finally, several review articles, both personal and
mathematical, on a number of the above topics.

The volumes are divided into sections by topics and in each section the
editors have included a brief summary of the contents of the section,
put the papers in their historical context and, in the process, raised
interesting new problems.

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#### Readership

Graduate students and research mathematicians.