Topics in almost hermitian geometry and related fields : proceedings in honor of Professor K Sekigawa's 60th birthday : Niigata, Japan, 1-3 November 2004 / editors, Yasuo Matsushita [and others].Material type: TextPublication details: Hackensack, N.J. : World Scientific, ©2005. Description: 1 online resource (x, 263 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9812701702; 9789812701701; 1281897299; 9781281897299; 9812564179; 9789812564177Other title: Almost hermitian geometry and related fields | Proceedings in honor of Professor K Sekigawa's 60th birthdaySubject(s): Sekigawa, Kouei | Sekigawa, Kouei | Geometry, Differential -- Congresses | Mathematical physics -- Congresses | MATHEMATICS -- Geometry -- Differential | Geometry, Differential | Mathematical physicsGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Topics in almost hermitian geometry and related fields.DDC classification: 516.3/6 LOC classification: QA641 | .T56 2005ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
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Preface; CONTENTS; CONTRIBUTORS; On g-natural metrics with constant scalar curvature on unit tangent sphere bundles M.T.K. Abbassi and O. Kowalski; Magnetic mean operators on a Kahler manifold T. Adachi; Yang-Mills fields analogue of biharmonic maps C. Bejan and H. Urakawa; Invariant and anti-invariant unit vector fields T.Q. Binh, E. Boeckx and L. Vanhecke; A new structure on unit tangent sphere bundles J.T. Cho and S.H. Chun; Application of Bochner- Weizenbock formulas to symplectic and complex pairs to be Kahler pairs in dimension four I. Garcia-Ramirez, E. Garcia & Rio and Y. Matsushita.
This volume contains a valuable collection of research articles by active and well-known mathematicians in differential geometry and mathematical physics, contributed to mark Professor Kouei Sekigawa's 60th birthday. The papers feature many new and significant results while also reviewing developments in the field. The illustrious career of Professor Sekigawa and his encounters with friends in mathematics is a special highlight of the volume.