The Concept of Toroidal Groups

Part of the Lecture Notes in Mathematics book series (LNM, volume 1759)


The general concept of toroidal groups was introduced in 1964 by KoPFERMANN by the irrationality condition. Morimoto considered in 1965 complex Lie groups which lack non-constant holomorphic functions and contributed basic properties of them. Kazama continued the work with pseudoconvexity and cohomology groups.


Discrete Subgroup Plurisubharmonic Function Stein Manifold Complex Rank Automorphic Factor 
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