Physical phenomena in the Riemannian space of arbitrary dimensionality D= D' + 1 (D1 = integer) are analyzed. It is noted, that with the dimensionality of physical space of the observable Metagalaxy D = 3 + 1 very important physical features are connected, which distinguish that value of D from the others. However, this does not mean that the dimensionality of the physical space of the whole Universe must coincide with the value D = 3 + 1. This conclusion is confirmed by the geometric interpretation of supergravity and KaluzaKlein theory. Different models of compactification and dimensional reduction of physical space and models of Metagalaxy formation in multidimensional spaces are reviewed.

Authors: Emelyanov V.M., Nikitin Yu.P., Rozental I.L.  Pages: 68 Year: 1986 
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