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By David Catlin (auth.), Gen Komatsu, Masatake Kuranishi (eds.)

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This quantity contains a set of articles for the lawsuits of the fortieth Taniguchi Symposium research and Geometry in different complicated Variables held in Katata, Japan, on June 23-28, 1997. because the inhomogeneous Cauchy-Riemann equation used to be brought within the examine of complicated research of a number of Variables, there was powerful interplay among advanced research and actual research, particularly, the speculation of Partial Differential Equations. difficulties in advanced Anal­ ysis stimulate the advance of the PDE conception which in this case might be utilized to complicated research. This interplay comprises Differen­ tial Geometry, for example, through the CR constitution modeled at the precipitated constitution at the boundary of a posh manifold. Such buildings are certainly on the topic of the PDE thought. Differential Geometric formalisms are successfully utilized in settling difficulties in advanced research and the implications increase the idea of Differential Geometry. This quantity specializes in the newest advancements during this inter­ motion, together with hyperlinks with different fields similar to Algebraic Geometry and Theoretical Physics. Written by way of members within the Symposium, this vol­ ume treats numerous elements of CR geometry and the Bergman kernel/ seasoned­ jection, including different significant matters in glossy advanced research. we are hoping that this quantity will function a source for all who're drawn to the hot developments during this sector. we want to specific our gratitude to the Taniguchi starting place for beneficiant monetary aid and hospitality. we might additionally wish to thank Professor Kiyosi Ito who coordinated the association of the symposium.

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Involutive Structures for smooth functions ak (s, t) defined for sand t sufficiently small. Moreover, there are Cauchy estimates for these coefficients, uniform in sand t. The second differential operator implies oao(s, t) = 0 and oak(s, t) = oak-1(s, t) for k ~ l. ot ot os It follows that ao (s, t) is a function, say bo(s), of s alone. Then oa1(s, t) __ oao(s, t) __ bo'(s) ot os ==> () a1 s, t = ( ) b1 s + bo( s ) t, for some smooth function b1(s). More generally, ak(s, t) is a polynomial in t: ak(s, t) = bk(s) + bL1(S)t + ~bL2(S)t2 + ...

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