By Alexey V. Shchepetilov

The current monograph provides a brief and concise advent to classical and quantum mechanics on two-point homogenous Riemannian areas, with empahsis on areas with consistent curvature. bankruptcy 1-4 give you the easy notations from differential geometry for learning two-body dynamics in those areas. bankruptcy five offers with the matter of discovering explicitly invariant expressions for the two-body quantum Hamiltonian. bankruptcy 6 addresses one-body difficulties in a critical strength. bankruptcy 7 reviews the classical counterpart of the quantum method of bankruptcy five. bankruptcy eight investigates a few purposes within the quantum realm, particularly for the coulomb and oscillator potentials.

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4. Let |x0 = P (Y1 , . . , Yk ) x0 , where P is a polynomial in- variant with respect to any permutation of its arguments, Y1 , . . , Yk ∈ g and Y1 , . . , Yk are corresponding Killing vector ﬁelds. Then it holds λ∗ ◦ κ( ) = P (Y1l , . . , Ykl ) . This formula for the lift depends on the expansion g = k ⊕ p ≡ kx0 ⊕ px0 . Proof. 2 we obtain for every polynomial P and elements Y1 , . . , Yk ∈ g the formula: 1 k! P Y1 , . . , Yk f (x0 ) σ∈Sk = P ∂/∂t1 , . . , ∂/∂tk f exp(t1 Y1 + . . + tk Yk )x0 ti =0 .

Tk ) is also nontrivial. 14) one gets that P1 (g1 , . . , gk ) = 0 due to the expansion g = p ⊕ k. Therefore any relation for generators π2 ◦ λ(g1 ), . . , π2 ◦ λ(gk ) of the algebra U (g)K /(U (g)k)K modulo commutator relations and relations of lower degrees corresponds to the relation for homogeneous generators g1 , . . , gk of the commutative algebra S(p)K . We call such relations the relations of the second type. Conversely, let P1 (g1 , . . , gk ) = 0 be a nontrivial relation in the algebra S(p)K .

First type consists of relations induced by relations in U (g). Due to the universality of U (g) all these relation are commutator ones, induced by the Lie operation in g. They are reduced to commutator relations or relations of the ﬁrst type of the simplest form: [D1 , D2 ] = D, where the operators D1 , D2 ∈ U (g)K /(U (g)k)K have degrees m1 and m2 respectively and the degree of D ∈ U (g)K /(U (g)k)K is less or equal m1 + m2 − 1. Suppose now that there is a relation in U (g)K /(U (g)k)K of the form P (π2 ◦ λ(g1 ), .