On Some Aspects of the Theory of Anosov Systems

With a Survey by Richard Sharp: Periodic Orbits of Hyperbolic Flows by Grigoriy A. Margulis

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  • Geometry,
  • Mathematics,
  • Differentiable dynamical systems

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Statementby Grigoriy A. Margulis
SeriesSpringer Monographs in Mathematics, Springer Monographs in Mathematics
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Pagination1 online resource (vii, 142 p.)
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ISBN 10364207264X, 3662090708
ISBN 109783642072642, 9783662090701
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