- I: Differential-Geometrical Structures on Manifolds.-
- 1. Linear connections on a manifold.-
- 2. The Levi-Civita connection.-
- 3. Submanifolds of a Riemannian manifold.-
- 4. Distributions on a manifold.-
- 5. Kaehlerian manifolds.-
- 6. Sasakian manifolds.-
- 7. Quaternion Kaehlerian manifolds.- II: CR-Submanifolds of Almost Hermitian Manifolds.-
- 1. CR-submanifolds and CR-structures.-
- 2. Integrability of distributions on a CR-submanifold.-
- 3. ?-connections on a CR-submanifold and CR-products of almost Hermitian manifolds.-
- 4. The non-existence of CR-products in S6.- III: CR-Submanifolds of Kaehlerian Manifolds.-
- 1. Integrability of distributions and geometry of leaves.-
- 2. Umbilical CR-submanifolds of Kaehlerian manifolds.-
- 3. Normal CR-submanifolds of Kaehlerian manifolds.-
- 4. Normal anti-holomorphic submanif olds of Kaehlerian manifolds.-
- 5. CR-products in Kaehlerian manifolds.-
- 6. Sasakian anti-holomorphic submanifolds of Kaehlerian manifolds.-
- 7. Cohomology of CR-submanifolds.- IV: CR-Submanifolds of Complex Space Forms.-
- 1. Characterization of CR-submanifolds in complex space forms.-
- 2. Riemannian fibre bundles and anti-holomorphic submanifolds of CPn.-
- 3. CR-products of complex space forms.-
- 4. Mixed foliate CR-submanifolds of complex space forms.-
- 5. CR-submanifolds with semi-flat normal connection.-
- 6. Pinching theorems for sectional curvatures of CR-submanifolds.- V: Extensions of CR-Structures to Other Geometrical Structures.-
- 1. Semi-invariant submanifolds of Sasakian manifolds.-
- 2. Semi-invariant products of Sasakian manifolds.-
- 3. Semi-invariant submanifolds with flat normal connection.-
- 4. Generic submanifolds of Kaehlerian manifolds.-
- 5. QR-submanifolds of quaternion Kaehlerian manifolds.-
- 6. Totally umbilical and toally geodesic QR-submanifolds of quaternion Kaehlerian manifolds.- VI: CR-Structures and Pseudo-Conformal Mappings.-
- 1. CR-manifolds and f-structures with complemented frames.-
- 2. Generic submanifolds of complex manifolds.-
- 3. Anti-holomorphic submanifolds of complex manifolds.-
- 4. Pseudo-conformal mappings.- VII: CR-Structures and Relativity.-
- 1. Geometrical Structures of space-time.-
- 2. The twistor space and Penrose correspondence.-
- 3. Physical interpretations of CR-structures.- References.- Author Index.
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