A Treatise on the Geometry of Surfaces by Alfred Barnard Basset

By Alfred Barnard Basset

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22) and Codazzi equation g(R(ıX, ıY )ıZ, ξa ) = g (∇X Aa )Y − (∇Y Aa )X, Z p sba (X)g(Ab Y, Z) − sba (Y )g(Ab X, Z) . 23) b=1 After computing R(ıX, ıY )ξa in the same way, we obtain R(ıX, ıY )ξa = ∇X ∇Y ξa − ∇Y ∇X ξa − ∇[X,Y ] ξa = ı −(∇X Aa )Y + (∇Y Aa )X − (sab (Y )Ab X − sab (X)Ab Y ) b (∇X sab )(Y ) − (∇Y sab )(X) − g((Aa Ab − Ab Aa )X, Y ) + b [sac (Y )scb (X) − sac (X)scb (Y )] ξb , + c and we deduce the following Ricci-K¨ uhne equation: g(R(ıX, ıY )ξa , ξb ) = g (Ab Aa − Aa Ab )X, Y + (∇X sab )(Y ) − (∇Y sab )(X) sac (Y )scb (X) − sac (X)scb (Y ) .

An n-dimensional totally geodesic submanifold M of (n + p)dimensional Euclidean space En+p is an open submanifold of n-dimensional Euclidean space. If M is complete, then M is an n-dimensional Euclidean space. Proof. 27) implies R⊥ (X, Y )ξa = 0, that is, the normal curvature vanishes identically. 5, we can choose orthonormal normal vector fields ξ1 , . . , ξp to M in such a way that the corresponding third fundamental form will vanish. Therefore, ∇X ξa = 0, since M is a totally geodesic submanifold.

En be an orthonormal basis of Tx (M ) such that e1 , . . , en−1 ∈ Hx (M ). Then en ∈ Tx (M ) \ Hx (M ) and g(Jıen , ıej ) = −g(ıen , Jıej ) = 0, j = 1, . . , n − 1, since Jıej ∈ Hx (M ). 8. 3 are equivalent. 7 is false. Let M be a CR submanifold of CR dimension n−2 2 . Choosing an orthonormal basis e1 , e2 , . . , en−2 , en−1 , en of Tx (M ) in such a way that e1 , e2 , . . , en−2 ∈ JTx (M ) ∩ Tx (M ), 7 Submanifolds of a complex manifold 47 we can write Jei ∈ JTx (M ) ∩ Tx (M ), i = 1, .

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