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1. CMB Online first

Gupta, Purvi
A real-analytic nonpolynomially convex isotropic torus with no attached discs
We show by means of an example in $\mathbb C^3$ that Gromov's theorem on the presence of attached holomorphic discs for compact Lagrangian manifolds is not true in the subcritical real-analytic case, even in the absence of an obvious obstruction, i.e, polynomial convexity.

Keywords:polynomial hull, isotropic submanifold, holomorphic disc
Categories:32V40, 32E20, 53D12

2. CMB 2009 (vol 53 pp. 206)

Atçeken, Mehmet
Semi-Slant Submanifolds of an Almost Paracontact Metric Manifold
In this paper, we define and study the geometry of semi-slant submanifolds of an almost paracontact metric manifold. We give some characterizations for a submanifold to be semi-slant submanifold to be semi-slant product and obtain integrability conditions for the distributions involved in the definition of a semi-slant submanifold.

Keywords:paracontact metric manifold, slant distribution, semi-slant submanifold, semi-slant product
Categories:53C15, 53C25, 53C40

3. CMB 2008 (vol 51 pp. 448)

Sasahara, Toru
Stability of Biharmonic Legendrian Submanifolds in Sasakian Space Forms
Biharmonic maps are defined as critical points of the bienergy. Every harmonic map is a stable biharmonic map. In this article, the stability of nonharmonic biharmonic Legendrian submanifolds in Sasakian space forms is discussed.

Keywords:biharmonic maps, Sasakian manifolds, Legendrian submanifolds
Categories:53C42, 53C40

4. CMB 2007 (vol 50 pp. 474)

Zhou, Jiazu
On Willmore's Inequality for Submanifolds
Let $M$ be an $m$ dimensional submanifold in the Euclidean space ${\mathbf R}^n$ and $H$ be the mean curvature of $M$. We obtain some low geometric estimates of the total square mean curvature $\int_M H^2 d\sigma$. The low bounds are geometric invariants involving the volume of $M$, the total scalar curvature of $M$, the Euler characteristic and the circumscribed ball of $M$.

Keywords:submanifold, mean curvature, kinematic formul, scalar curvature
Categories:52A22, 53C65, 51C16

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