A Comprehensive Introduction to Differential Geometry, Vol. by Michael Spivak

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Of I n t e g r a l described in e x a m p l e the e q u a t i o n s an i m b e d d i n g which [ 16]). g. is tangent 43 to T 3, and is n o r m a l opposite for to imbedded orthogonal T3 faces ing" v e c t o r X in S5 . B, ~ field. in T2 to of T2 S 5 to one and ~ Since in Examples in in S5 , A and B s h o w t h a t T2 as i n t e g r a l It is w e l l k n o w n submanifolds that S5 does n o t a d m i t S5 cannot be T3 an i n t e g r a l as we saw T3 in e x a m p l e and hence m i n i m a l [ 9 ].

Of radius Then in = G(J~,X,J~,Y) 33 , g 1 1 = r g + is an a s s o c i a t e d (i-r ) ~ | on one for the s2n+l(r). duced contact form C. We have just seen that an o r i e n t a b l e S 5 ~ S 6. surface of an almost complex m a n i f o l d contact structure inherits structure carries on inherits structure ~n+l. an almost complex an almost ~7 numbers admits structure the usual considered @' normal defines to S6 in sphere also and hence from S6 S5 when consid- almost complex a vector product Letting R7 sphere as the space of imaginary imaginary part of the p r o d u c t as C a y !

An almost complex an almost ~7 numbers admits structure the usual considered @' normal defines to S6 in sphere also and hence from S6 S5 when consid- almost complex a vector product Letting R7 sphere as the space of imaginary imaginary part of the p r o d u c t as C a y ! e y numbers. an almost [ 5 ]. First let us recall S6 . structure, contact and an almost complex e7 be the basis has the following structure Cayley d e f i n e d b y the of the two vectors m u l t i p l i e d N ~ x denote the unit o u t e r the imbedding structure J on ~,JX = N x ~,X S6 .

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