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Differential Geometry of Indefinite Complex Submanifolds in Indefinite Complex Space Forms

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Differential Geometry of Indefinite Complex Submanifolds in Indefinite Complex Space Forms
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Number of pages: 60

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From the table of contents: Chapter 1. Linear preliminaries; Chapter 2. Indefinite Kaehler manifolds; Chapter 3. Complex hypersurfaces; Chapter 4. Complex submanifolds; Chapter 5. Totally real bisectional curvature; and more.

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