By Gen Komatsu, Masatake Kuranishi

This quantity is an outgrowth of the fortieth Taniguchi Symposium research and Geometry in different complicated Variables held in Katata, Japan. Highlighted are the newest advancements on the interface of complicated research and actual research, together with the Bergman kernel/projection and the CR constitution. the gathering additionally comprises articles exploring mathematical interactions with different fields resembling algebraic geometry and theoretical physics. This paintings will function an exceptional source for either researchers and graduate scholars drawn to new tendencies in a few assorted branches of research and geometry.

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The eigenvectors of w a are obtained by rotating with w R the eigenvectors of A . Since, according to Eq. 47a) that: w V = w R · w U · w W R , we can assess • The material tensor w U and the spatial tensor w V have the same eigenvalues. • The eigenvectors of w V (and w b ) are obtained by rotating with w R the eigenvectors of w U (and w C ). 56a) and using Eqs. 56b) It follows from the above equation that the changes in lengths and angles, produced by the motion, are directly associated to the right stretch tensor w U .

G. the deformation gradient tensor), they are called two-point tensors. Following (Lubliner 1985) we define the following objectivity criteria under isometric transformations of a reference frame (classical objectivity): A Lagrangian tensor is objective if it is not aected by changes of the reference frame. An Eulerian tensor is objective if, under a change of reference frame, transforms according to Eqs. 101c). A two points second order tensor is objective if, when operating on a Eulerian objective vector, produces a Lagrangian objective vector.

Hence, the motion can be characterized, at the point under analysis, as a rigid body rotation. 50d) for any vector Y that in the reference configuration is associated to the point under analysis. 53b) In the above equation, the term between brackets is the result (in the spatial configuration) of the rotation of the material tensor A. 54a) where, DE = 0 if D 6= E > and the set of vectors D form an orthogonal basis in the reference configuration. 54c) We now define in the spatial configuration the set of vectors w *d = w R · D , which obviously constitute an orthogonal basis; using Eq.