'Spindles' in symmetric spaces
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We study families of submanifolds in symmetric spaces of compact type arising as exponential images of s-orbits of variable radii. If the s-orbit is symmetric such submanifolds are the most important examples of adapted submanifolds, i.e. of submanifolds of symmetric spaces with curvature invariant tangent and normal spaces.
- Tokyo Sugaku Kaisya Zasshi
Tokyo Sugaku Kaisya Zasshi 58(4), 985-994, 2006-10-01
The Mathematical Society of Japan