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SOME TRANSLATION SURFACES IN THE 3-DIMENSIONAL HEISENBERG GROUP
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SOME TRANSLATION SURFACES IN THE 3-DIMENSIONAL HEISENBERG GROUP
Yoon, Dae Won; Lee, Chul Woo; Karacan, Murat Kemal;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we define translation surfaces in the 3-dimensional Heisenberg group obtained as a product of two planar curves lying in planes, which are not orthogonal, and study minimal translation surfaces in .
 Keywords
translation surface;Heisenberg group;minimal surface;
 Language
English
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