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Finsleroids with three axes in dimension \(N=3\)

  • Gennadii S. AsanovEmail author
Research Article

Abstract

We study the dependence of three-axes positive-definite Finsleroid metric functions on the Finsleroid azimuthal angle \(\theta \) in the three-dimensional case, provided the condition of the angle-separation in the involved characteristic functions is fulfilled. The complete set of algebraic and differential equations characterizing the class of three-axes positive-definite Finsleroid metric functions is derived and explicit dependence of the involved characteristic functions on the angle \(\theta \) is obtained.

Keywords

Finsler geometry Finsler metrics Metric spaces 

Mathematics Subject Classification

53B40 53C60 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Division of Theoretical PhysicsMoscow State UniversityMoscowRussia

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