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DESCRIPTION:Abstract: In the theory of Lie groupoids and Lie algebroids, t
here is a procedure for differentiating a Lie groupoid to result in a Lie
algebroid. This process is very much analogous to the construction of a Li
e algebra from a Lie group. From this analogy, it is reasonable to ask wh
ether or not it is possible to construct a Lie groupoid given the data of
a Lie algebroid in much the same manner that you do for Lie algebras. In f
act, it turns out that this is not possible due to the fact that integrat
ion procedure results in something that is not quite a manifold. In this t
alk I will discuss an approach to patching this problem using diffeologica
l spaces which are a generalization of smooth manifolds.\n\nHost: Michael
Landry
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SUMMARY:Geometry and Topology Seminar: 'A diffeological approach to solving
the integration problem'
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ffeological-approach-solving-integration-problem
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