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Naturally reductive pseudo-Riemannian spaces  [PDF]
Gabriela P. Ovando
Mathematics , 2010, DOI: 10.1016/j.geomphys.2010.09.011
Abstract: A family of naturally reductive pseudo-Riemannian spaces is constructed out of the representations of Lie algebras with ad-invariant metrics. We exhibit peculiar examples, study their geometry and characterize the corresponding naturally reductive homogeneous structure.
Examples of naturally reductive pseudo-Riemannian Lie groups  [PDF]
Gabriela P. Ovando
Mathematics , 2011, DOI: 10.1063/1.3599142
Abstract: We provide examples of naturally reductive pseudo-Riemannian spaces, in particular an example of a naturally reductive pseudo-Riemannian 2-step nilpotent Lie group $(N, < \,,\,>_N)$, such that $< \,,\,>_N$ is invariant under a left action and for which the center is degenerate. The metric does not correspond to a bi-invariant one.
Naturally reductive pseudo Riemannian 2-step nilpotent Lie groups  [PDF]
Gabriela P. Ovando
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: This paper deals with naturally reductive pseudo-Riemannian 2-step nilpotent Lie groups $(N, \la \,,\,\ra_N)$, such that $\la \,,\,\ra_N$ is invariant under a left action. The case of nondegenerate center is completely characterized. In fact, whenever $\la \,,\, \ra_N$ restricts to a metric in the center it is proved here that the simply connected Lie group $N$ can be constructed starting from a real representation $(\pi,\vv)$ of a certain Lie algebra $\ggo$. We study the geometry of $(N, \la \,,\,\ra_N)$ and we find the corresponding naturally reductive homogeneous structure. On the other hand, related to the case of degenerate center we provide another family of naturally reductive spaces, both non compact and also compact examples.
Non-reductive Homogeneous Pseudo-Riemannian Manifolds of Dimension Four  [PDF]
M. E. Fels,A. G. Renner
Mathematics , 2004,
Abstract: A method, due to \'Elie Cartan, is used to give an algebraic classification of the non-reductive homogeneous pseudo-Riemannian manifolds of dimension four. Only one case with Lorentz signature can be Einstein without having constant curvature, and two cases with (2,2) signature are Einstein of which one is Ricci-flat. If a four-dimensional non-reductive homogeneous pseudo-Riemannian manifold is simply connected, then it is shown to be diffeomorphic to $\real^4$. All metrics for the simply connected non-reductive Einstein spaces are given explicitly. There are no non-reductive pseudo-Riemannian homogeneous spaces of dimension two and none of dimension three with connected isotropy subgroup.
Naturally reductive pseudo-Riemannian Lie groups in low dimensions  [PDF]
Viviana del Barco,Gabriela P. Ovando,Francisco Vittone
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: This work concerns the non-flat metrics on the Heisenberg Lie group of dimension three $\Heis_3(\RR)$ and the bi-invariant metrics on the solvable Lie groups of dimension four. On $\Heis_3(\RR)$ we prove that the property of the metric being naturally reductive is equivalent to the property of the center being non-degenerate. These metrics are Lorentzian algebraic Ricci solitons. We start with the indecomposable Lie groups of dimension four admitting bi-invariant metrics and which act on $\Heis_3(\RR)$ by isometries and we finally study some geometrical features on these spaces.
Invariant Yang-Mills connections over Non-Reductive Pseudo-Riemannian Homogeneous Spaces  [PDF]
Dennis The
Physics , 2007, DOI: 10.1090/S0002-9947-09-04797-7
Abstract: We study invariant gauge fields over the 4-dimensional non-reductive pseudo-Riemannian homogeneous spaces G/K recently classified by Fels & Renner (2006). Given H compact semi-simple, classification results are obtained for principal H-bundles over G/K admitting: (1) a G-action (by bundle automorphisms) projecting to left multiplication on the base, and (2) at least one G-invariant connection. There are two cases which admit nontrivial examples of such bundles and all G-invariant connections on these bundles are Yang-Mills. The validity of the principle of symmetric criticality (PSC) is investigated in the context of the bundle of connections and is shown to fail for all but one of the Fels-Renner cases. This failure arises from degeneracy of the scalar product on pseudo-tensorial forms restricted to the space of symmetric variations of an invariant connection. In the exceptional case where PSC is valid, there is a unique G-invariant connection which is moreover universal, i.e. it is the solution of the Euler-Lagrange equations associated to any G-invariant Lagrangian on the bundle of connections. This solution is a canonical connection associated with a weaker notion of reductivity which we introduce.
Nonlinear Sigma Models and Symplectic Geometry on Loop Spaces of (Pseudo)Riemannian Manifolds  [PDF]
Oleg Mokhov
Physics , 1993,
Abstract: In this paper we consider symplectic and Hamiltonian structures of systems generated by actions of sigma-model type and show that these systems are naturally connected with specific symplectic geometry on loop spaces of Riemannian and (pseudo)Riemannian manifolds.
Algebraic Ricci solitons of four-dimensional pseudo-Riemannian generalized symmetric spaces  [PDF]
Wafaa Batat,Kensuke Onda
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: We completely classify the algebraic Ricci solitons of four-dimensional pseudo-Riemannian generalized symmetric spaces.
The index of symmetry of compact naturally reductive spaces  [PDF]
Carlos Olmos,Silvio Reggiani,Hiroshi Tamaru
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: We introduce a geometric invariant that we call the index of symmetry, which measures how far is a Riemannian manifold from being a symmetric space. We compute, in a geometric way, the index of symmetry of compact naturally reductive spaces. In this case, the so-called leaf of symmetry turns out to be of the group type. We also study several examples where the leaf of symmetry is not of the group type. Interesting examples arise from the unit tangent bundle of the sphere of curvature 2, and two metrics in an Aloff-Wallach 7-manifold and the Wallach 24-manifold.
Naturally reductive homogeneous $(α,β)$-metric spaces  [PDF]
Mojtaba Parhizkar,Hamid Reza Salimi Moghaddam
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: In the present paper we study naturally reductive homogeneous $(\alpha,\beta)$-metric spaces. Under some conditions, we give some necessary and sufficient conditions for a homogeneous $(\alpha,\beta)$-metric space to be naturally reductive. Then we show that for such spaces the two definitions of naturally reductive homogeneous Finsler space, given in literature, are equivalent. Finally we compute the flag curvature of naturally reductive homogeneous $(\alpha,\beta)$-metric spaces.
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