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1. CMB 2011 (vol 54 pp. 693)

Lusala, Tsasa; Śniatycki, Jędrzej
Stratified Subcartesian Spaces
We show that if the family $\mathcal{O}$ of orbits of all vector fields on a subcartesian space $P$ is locally finite and each orbit in $\mathcal{O}$ is locally closed, then $\mathcal{O}$ defines a smooth Whitney A stratification of $P$. We also show that the stratification by orbit type of the space of orbits $M/G$ of a proper action of a Lie group $G$ on a smooth manifold $M$ is given by orbits of the family of all vector fields on $M/G$.

Keywords:Subcartesian spaces, orbits of vector fields, stratifications, Whitney Conditions
Categories:58A40, 57N80

2. CMB 2009 (vol 53 pp. 340)

Lusala, Tsasa; Śniatycki, Jędrzej; Watts, Jordan
Regular Points of a Subcartesian Space
We discuss properties of the regular part $S_{\operatorname{reg}}$ of a subcartesian space $S$. We show that $S_{\operatorname{reg}}$ is open and dense in $S$ and the restriction to $ S_{\operatorname{reg}}$ of the tangent bundle space of $S$ is locally trivial.

Keywords:differential structures, singular and regular points
Category:58A40

3. CMB 2007 (vol 50 pp. 447)

Śniatycki, Jędrzej
Generalizations of Frobenius' Theorem on Manifolds and Subcartesian Spaces
Let $\mathcal{F}$ be a family of vector fields on a manifold or a subcartesian space spanning a distribution $D$. We prove that an orbit $O$ of $\mathcal{F}$ is an integral manifold of $D$ if $D$ is involutive on $O$ and it has constant rank on $O$. This result implies Frobenius' theorem, and its various generalizations, on manifolds as well as on subcartesian spaces.

Keywords:differential spaces, generalized distributions, orbits, Frobenius' theorem, Sussmann's theorem
Categories:58A30, 58A40

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