Geometric Analysis and the Calculus of Variations: For Stefan Hildebrandt
Stefan Hildebrandt, Jurgen Jost, Jürgen Jost
International Press, 1996 - Calculus of variations - 383 pages
This volume is dedicated to the ideas of Stefan Hildebrant, whose doctrinal students include Bernd Schmidt and Klaus Stefan. His solution to the boundry regularity question for minimal surfaces bounded by a pescribed Jordan curve brought him world fame.
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