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Principal orbit types for reductive groups acting on Stein manifolds. (English) Zbl 0267.32015

MSC:
32E10 Stein spaces, Stein manifolds
32M05 Complex Lie groups, group actions on complex spaces
22E10 General properties and structure of complex Lie groups
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