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New PDF release: A Bernstein theorem for special Lagrangian graphs

By Jost J., Xin Y. L.

We receive a Bernstein theorem for detailed Lagrangian graphs in for arbitrary merely assuming bounded slope yet no quantitative limit.

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IV. GRAPHS. 2) The number 39 of components of a graph is a topological p invariant. Characteristic. It is by definition the number (number of nodes - number of branches). 3) X(G) is a topological invariant. 4) ~O - and ~O by ~l' The characteristic of a loop is zero, that of an arc or of a tree is unity. For a loop or an arc the proof is immediate. 2). bi + ni removing X(~'). and Let J( be a be a node of order be the unique branch ending at what is left is still a tree J(' and ni. Upon X ( ~) P By repeating the process one arrives at a single point X(~) = X(P) = 1.

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