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Tight and Taut Submanifolds

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Tight and Taut Submanifolds
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0521620473
ISBN-13: 9780521620475
Number of pages: 349

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Tight and taut submanifolds form an important class of manifolds with special curvature properties, one that has been studied intensively by differential geometers since the 1950's. This book contains six in-depth articles by leading experts in the field and an extensive bibliography.

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