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Jun
25 |
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Decomposition of a closed surface
yes I mean homotopy. have you a reference for the pants decomposition? because I need minimizing representant without intersection... who is Shepard?Thx |
Jun
24 |
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Decomposition of a closed surface
Thanks for the answer. Can you give me more references. Notably,about the theorem you invoke. it is not totally clear to me since an homology class is like a open cylinder, and without the negative curvature assumption, perhaps the minimum is not achieved? And I didn't also find a Shepard at UCB... Thanks again for your help!! |
Jun
24 |
asked | Decomposition of a closed surface |
May
25 |
awarded | Critic |
May
25 |
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Spherical cap is the only compact constant mean curvature surface bounded by a circle
It is classical to prove that there is only a one parameter family of CMC of revolution: the delaunay surface's. But only one closes up... the sphere. |
May
19 |
answered | extension of the projectivized gradient of a harmonic function |
Mar
24 |
answered | Control of the metric in isothermal coordinates |
Feb
2 |
accepted | Besse p134 Riemann tensor in dimension 4 |
Feb
2 |
awarded | Yearling |
Jan
27 |
awarded | Custodian |
Jan
27 |
reviewed | Approve Besse p134 Riemann tensor in dimension 4 |
Jan
27 |
asked | Besse p134 Riemann tensor in dimension 4 |
Sep
7 |
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Branch point and alexandrov embeddedness
yes, in my older post it was about locally immersed surfaces, here it is globally Alexandrov embedded. |
Sep
6 |
asked | Branch point and alexandrov embeddedness |
Jul
2 |
awarded | Curious |
Jun
12 |
asked | Singularities in Yang Mills Flow |
Mar
18 |
revised |
Probabilistic Interpretation of First Dirichlet Eigenvalue?
added 306 characters in body |
Mar
17 |
answered | Probabilistic Interpretation of First Dirichlet Eigenvalue? |
Feb
28 |
asked | quantitative version of the rigidity of the 2-sphere |
Sep
6 |
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Nice applications of the spectral theorem?
have you a precise reference? |