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We prove that a totally geodesic map between a Riemannian manifold and a metric space can be represented as the composite of a totally geodesic map from a Riemannian manifold to a Finslerian manifold and a locally isometric embedding between metric spaces. As a corollary, we obtain the...
We study Hilbert's fourteenth problem from a geometric point of view. Nagata's celebrated counterexample demonstrates that for an arbitrary group action on a variety the ring of invariant functions need not be isomorphic to the ring of functions of an affine variety. In this paper we will show...
We classify the normal CR structures on S3 and their automorphism groups. Together with , this closes the classification of normal CR structures on compact 3-manifolds. We give a criterion to compare two normal CR structures, and we show that the underlying contact structure is, up to...
This paper is devoted to the study of a problem arising from a geometric context, namely the conformal deformation of a Riemannian metric to a scalar flat one having constant mean curvature on the boundary. By means of blow-up analysis techniques and the Positive Mass Theorem, we show that on...
Let p be a prime number and
a natural number. If E is a r-connected finite CW-complex of dimension at most pr, then E is an example of a
-Anick space. For p > 2 we construct a commutative cochain algebra over
that is an
-model of the free loop space on a p-Anick space, i.e., its...
We study the question: which integers k can be realized as the degree of a map between two given closed (n-1)-connected 2n-manifolds?
We study the C1,1 and Lipschitz regularity of the solutions of the degenerate complex Monge-Ampère equation on compact Kähler manifolds. In particular, in view of the local regularity for the complex Monge-Ampère equation, the obtained C1,1 regularity is a generalization of the Yau theorem which...
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