# transformation group

## Non-reductive spaces with equiaffine connections of nonzero curvature

The introduction of this article states the object of our investigation which is structures on homogeneous spaces. The problem of establishing links between the curvature and the structure of a manifold is one of the important problems of geometry. In general, the research of manifolds of various types is rather complicated. Therefore, it is natural to consider this problem in a narrower class of non-reductive homogeneous spaces. If a homogeneous space is reductive, then the space admits an invariant connection.

## On the Geometry of Three-dimensional Pseudo-Riemannian Homogeneous Spaces. II

The problem of establishing links between the curvature and the topological structure of a manifold is one of the important problems of the geometry. In general, the purpose of the research of manifolds of various types is rather complicated. Therefore, it is natural to consider this problem in a narrower class of pseudo-Riemannian manifolds, for example, in the class of homogeneous pseudo-Riemannian manifolds. This paper is a continuation of the part I.

## On a form of the first variation of the action integral over a varied domain

Field theories of the continuum mechanics and physics based on the least action principle are considered in a unified framework. Variation of the action integral in the least action principle corresponds variations of physical fields while space-time coordinates are not varied. However notion of the action invariance, theory of variational symmetries of action and conservation laws require a wider variation procedure including variations of the space-time coordinates.

## Three-dimensional Homogeneous Spaces, Not Admitting Invariant Connections

The purpose of the work is the classification of three-dimensional isotropy-faithful homogeneous spaces, not admitting invariant connections. The local classification of homogeneous spaces is equivalent to the description of effective pairs of Lie algebras. If there exists at least one invariant connection then the space is isotropy-faithful, but the isotropy-faithfulness is not sufficient for the space in order to have invariant connections.

## Connections of Nonzero Curvature on Three-dimensional Non-reductive Spaces

When a homogeneous space admits an invariant affine connection? If there exists at least one invariant connection then the space is isotropy-faithful, but the isotropy-faithfulness is not sufficient for the space in order to have invariantconnections. If a homogeneousspace is reductive, then the space admits an invariant connection.Thepurposeoftheworkisadescriptionofthree-dimensionalnon-reductivehomogeneousspaces, admitting invariant affine connections of nonzero curvature only, and the affine connections, curvature and torsion tensors.

## Non-reductive Homogeneous Spaces Not Admitting Normal Connections

The purpose of the work is the classification of three-dimensional non-reductive homogeneous spacesnot admitting normal connections, affine connections, their torsion tensors, curvature and holonomy algebras. The object of investigation arepointed-non-reductive spaces and connections on them. The basic notions, such as the isotropically-faithful pair, reductive space, af?ne connection, curvature tensor and torsion tensor, holonomy algebra and normal connection are defined.

## On the Geometry of Three-dimensional Pseudo-Riemannian Homogeneous Spaces. I

The problem of establishing links between the curvature and the topological structure of a manifold is one of the important problems of geometry. In general, the purpose of the research of manifolds of various types is rather complicated. Therefore, it is natural to consider this problem for a narrower class of pseudo-Riemannian manifolds, for example, for the class of homogeneous pseudo-Riemannian manifolds.