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Uspekhi Mat. Nauk, 2004, Volume 59, Issue 4(358), Pages 3–68 (Mi umn758)  

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Groups of homeomorphisms of the line and the circle. Topological characteristics and metric invariants

L. A. Beklaryan

Central Economics and Mathematics Institute, RAS

Abstract: This survey is devoted to investigations concerning topological, algebraic, and combinatorial characteristics as well as metric invariants for arbitrary groups of homeomorphisms of the line and the circle. Relationships between these characteristics are established, the most important metric invariants are studied (in the form of invariant, projectively invariant, and $\omega$-projectively invariant measures), and the main ‘obstructions’ to the existence of metric invariants of this kind are described.


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Russian Mathematical Surveys, 2004, 59:4, 599–660

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UDC: 512.544.43
MSC: Primary 54H15; Secondary 28D05, 28C10, 37C40, 37E10, 37A99
Received: 08.04.2004

Citation: L. A. Beklaryan, “Groups of homeomorphisms of the line and the circle. Topological characteristics and metric invariants”, Uspekhi Mat. Nauk, 59:4(358) (2004), 3–68; Russian Math. Surveys, 59:4 (2004), 599–660

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\paper Groups of homeomorphisms of the line and the circle.
Topological characteristics and metric invariants
\jour Uspekhi Mat. Nauk
\yr 2004
\vol 59
\issue 4(358)
\pages 3--68
\jour Russian Math. Surveys
\yr 2004
\vol 59
\issue 4
\pages 599--660

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