Principal Forms and Fields on Riemannian Spaces
Having discussed various aspects of the normal operator method on Riemann surfaces, and consequently on 2-dimensional Riemannian spaces, we now turn to their counterparts on higher dimensional Riemannian spaces. As far as functions, i.e. 0-forms, are concerned, it is plausible that all results thus far discussed, save those involving complex analyticity, can be reproduced for higher dimensions. That this is actually the case is shown in §1.
KeywordsHarmonic Function Riemann Surface Harmonic Measure Riemannian Space Harmonic Form
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