Separable Quadratic Differential Forms and Einstein by Kasner E.

By Kasner E.

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III. B. ::. n(r) -> a: be a holomorphic function. _!!. /f / is a local maximum at 0 then f is constant. Given zECn, define f (u) for small UEC by f (u) z z = f(uz). By the one variable maximum principle, fz is constant. The proposition follows from this. Resolution of singularities easily gives an extension of this to analytic spaces. We can also do this by branched coverings. III. C. 2 maximum at XEX. Then f is constant in a neighborhood of X. We may assume that Xis irreducible and that there is 11: X -> b.