Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3H 3J5
Generalized Killing tensors: At the confluence of Differential
Geometry, Invariant Theory, Mathematical Physics and Representation Theory
I will review the main results obtained in the course of the last 15
years in the study of (generalized) Killing tensors with the emphasis on
their relevance in various areas of mathematics and mathematical physics.
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