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Kähler manifolds of quasi-constant holomorphic sectional curvatures

Georgi Ganchev, Vesselka Mihova (2008)

Open Mathematics


The Kähler manifolds of quasi-constant holomorphic sectional curvatures are introduced as Kähler manifolds with complex distribution of codimension two, whose holomorphic sectional curvature only depends on the corresponding point and the geometric angle, associated with the section. A curvature identity characterizing such manifolds is found. The biconformal group of transformations whose elements transform Kähler metrics into Kähler ones is introduced and biconformal tensor invariants...

Holomorphic Cartan geometries and rational curves

Indranil Biswas, Benjamin McKay (2016)

Complex Manifolds


We prove that any compact Kähler manifold bearing a holomorphic Cartan geometry contains a rational curve just when the Cartan geometry is inherited from a holomorphic Cartan geometry on a lower dimensional compact Kähler manifold. This shows that many complex manifolds admit no or few holomorphic Cartan geometries.

Fibrations of compact Kähler manifolds in terms of cohomological properties of their fundamental groups

Ngaiming Mok (2000)

Annales de l'institut Fourier


We prove fibration theorems on compact Kähler manifolds with conditions on first cohomology groups of fundamental groups with respect to unitary representations into Hilbert spaces. If the fundamental group T of compact Kähler manifold X violates Property (T) of Kazhdan’s, then H 1 ( G a m m a , Φ ) 0 for some unitary representation Φ . By our earlier work there exists a d -closed holomorphic 1-form with coefficients twisted by some unitary representation Φ ' , possibly non-isomorphic to Φ . Taking norms we obtains...

Finite type invariants for cyclic equivalence classes of nanophrases

Yuka Kotorii (2014)

Fundamenta Mathematicae


We define finite type invariants for cyclic equivalence classes of nanophrases and construct universal invariants. Also, we identify the universal finite type invariant of degree 1 essentially with the linking matrix. It is known that extended Arnold basic invariants to signed words are finite type invariants of degree 2, by Fujiwara's work. We give another proof of this result and show that those invariants do not provide the universal one of degree 2.