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Some Remarks on Geodesic and Curvature Preserving Mappings

  • M. Belger

    Universität Leipzig, Germany
  • Klaus Beyer

    Universität Leipzig, Germany
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Abstract

We ask for the converse of Gauss’ theorema egregium. Because in general isocurved manifolds are not isometric we ask stronger for isocurved, geodesic equivalent manifolds. For these we give a local criterion from which there follows that two-dimensional manifolds M2\overline{\mathcal M}^2 and of that type essentially are isometric, or both are Euclidean with an affine mapping in the ordinary sense.

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M. Belger, Klaus Beyer, Some Remarks on Geodesic and Curvature Preserving Mappings. Z. Anal. Anwend. 16 (1997), no. 1, pp. 73–81

DOI 10.4171/ZAA/750