Trends in Complex Analysis, Differential Geometry and

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During this time the math was still strongly associated with various application areas. In work with Hugo Parlier and Ser Peow Tan we show that the primitive orthogeodesics arise naturally in the study of maximal immersed pairs of pants in X and are intimately connected to regions of X in the complement of the natural collars. The following main areas are covered: differential equations on manifolds, global analysis, Lie groups, local and global differential geometry, the calculus of variations on manifolds, topology of manifolds, and mathematical physics.

Pages: 237

Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc (September 2003)

ISBN: 9812384529

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