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**Representation of the group of holomorphic symmetries of a real germ in the symmetry group of its model surface.**
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Russian original)*
Zbl 1146.32018

Math. Notes 82, No. 4, 461-463 (2007); translation from Mat. Zametki 82, No. 4, 515-518 (2007).

Summary: Local polynomial models of real submanifolds of complex spaces were constructed and studied in a series of papers. Among the main features of model surfaces, there is the property that the dimension of the local group of holomorphic symmetries of a germ does not exceed that of the same group of the tangent model surface of this germ.

In the paper, this assertion is rendered much stronger; namely, it is proved that the connected component of the identity element in the symmetry group of a nondegenerate germ is isomorphic as a Lie group to a subgroup of the symmetry group of its tangent model surface.

In the paper, this assertion is rendered much stronger; namely, it is proved that the connected component of the identity element in the symmetry group of a nondegenerate germ is isomorphic as a Lie group to a subgroup of the symmetry group of its tangent model surface.

### MSC:

32V40 | Real submanifolds in complex manifolds |

32B10 | Germs of analytic sets, local parametrization |

17B40 | Automorphisms, derivations, other operators for Lie algebras and super algebras |

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\textit{V. K. Beloshapka}, Math. Notes 82, No. 4, 461--463 (2007; Zbl 1146.32018); translation from Mat. Zametki 82, No. 4, 515--518 (2007)

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