I apologize for the informal and un-rigourous question. I have heard, in passing, that doing Galois Theory over Lie Groups instead of discrete groups is connected to solutions of differential equations instead of algebraic equations.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

First of all, is this correct? If so, what is this correspondence called and where can I learn about it?

Much thanks!!

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# Galois Theory, Differential Equations, and Lie Groups?

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