By Kollar J., Lazarsfeld R., Morrison D. (eds.)

ISBN-10: 0821808958

ISBN-13: 9780821808955

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Denote by SO0 (2, 2) the connected component of SO(2, 2) containing the identity. Its Lie algebra is given by so(2, 2) = {X ∈ gl(4, R)|t X = −JXJ} and it is seen that G−1 ∂x G and G−1 ∂y G has values in so(2, 2). We embed SO(2) into September 4, 2013 17:10 WSPC - Proceedings Trim Size: 9in x 6in main Minimal surfaces in the anti-de Sitter spacetime 39 SO0 (2, 2) by 1 SO(2) ⊂ SO0 (2, 2). 1 Moreover, for J = diag(1, 1, −1), SO(2, 1) may be represented as SO(2, 1) = SL(3, R) ∩ {A ∈ GL(3, R)|t AJA = J}.

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3 ([13]). Let f : M −→ R3 be a complete conformal minimal surface of finite total curvature. If f has two embedding ends, then f must be a catenoid. Since catenoid has two embedding ends, the surface given by adding handles to catenoid must have two embedding ends. 3, we cannot construct positive genus examples with two embedding ends. These are our motivation for constructing a family of minimal surfaces with an arbitrary genus for n = 2. Our main result is the following: September 4, 2013 22 17:10 WSPC - Proceedings Trim Size: 9in x 6in main S.

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