An extension of Calabi's rigidity theorem to complex submanifolds of indefinite complex space forms
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The rigidity for full holomorphic isometric immersions of an indefinite Kähler manifold into an indefinite complex space form is proved. All such immersions between indefinite complex projective (and hyperbolic) spaces are founded and examples of non-congruents holomorphic isometric immersions are exposed.
KeywordsNumber Theory Algebraic Geometry Topological Group Complex Space Space Form
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