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Manifolds and Geometry

Manifolds and Geometry

Part of Symposia Mathematica

J. P. Bourguignon, R. L. Bryant, I. F. Catanese, M. Berger, N. Hitchin, S. Salamon, J. Jorgenson, A. Todorov, S. Kobayashi, Y. Eliashberg, H. Hofer, D. Burns, R. Mazzeo, Y-T. Siu, F. Labourie, P. Lu, G. Tian, D. Alekseevsky, M. Graev
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  • Date Published: June 1996
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521562164

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  • Brought together in this book are papers from a conference on differential geometry held in Pisa, in honour of Eugenio Calabi. The contributions are from many of the leading authorities in this field and together they cover a wide spectrum of topics that give an unsurpassed overview of research into differential geometry. All whose research interests lie in this area will find much of interest in this volume.

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    'The contributions are from many of the leading authorities in this field and together they cover a wide spectrum of topics and give an overview of current research into differential geometry.' L'Enseignement Mathématique

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    • Date Published: June 1996
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521562164
    • length: 331 pages
    • dimensions: 236 x 156 x 24 mm
    • weight: 0.587kg
    • contains: 25 b/w illus.
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Eugenio Calabi and Kähler metrics J. P. Bourguignon
    On extremals with prescribed Lagrangian densities R. L. Bryant
    Generalized Kummer surfaces and differentiable invariants of Noether-Horiwaka surfaces I . F. Catanese
    Encounter with a geometer: Eugenio Calabi M. Berger
    A new family of Einstein metrics N. Hitchin
    Cohomology of Kähler manifolds with c1=0 S. Salamon
    Analytic discriminants for manifolds with canonical class zero J. Jorgenson and A. Todorov
    A new relative invariant distance and applications S. Kobayashi
    Unseen symplectic boundaries Y. Eliashberg and H. Hofer
    On the geometry of cusps for SU(n,1) D. Burns and R. Mazzeo
    Construction of holomorphic sections of bundles Y-T. Siu
    Quelques résultats récents sur les espaces localement homogènes compacts F. Labourie
    The complex structure on connected sums of S3*S3 P. Lu and G. Tian
    Grassman and hyperKähler structures on some spaces of section of holomorphic bundles D. Alekseevsky and M. Graev.

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    P. de Bartolomeis, Università degli Studi, Florence

    F. Tricerri, Università degli Studi, Florence

    E. Vesentini

    Contributors

    J. P. Bourguignon, R. L. Bryant, I. F. Catanese, M. Berger, N. Hitchin, S. Salamon, J. Jorgenson, A. Todorov, S. Kobayashi, Y. Eliashberg, H. Hofer, D. Burns, R. Mazzeo, Y-T. Siu, F. Labourie, P. Lu, G. Tian, D. Alekseevsky, M. Graev

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