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Uniqueness of complete spacelike hypersurfaces of constant mean curvature in generalized Robertson-Walker spacetimes. (English) Zbl 0908.53034
In Section 3, the relation between spacelike hypersurfaces and spacelike graphs in generalized Robertson-Walker spacetimes is given, and the conditions under which all these hypersurfaces are compact are studied. Section 4 contains two new integral formulas for compact spacelike hypersurfaces. In Section 5, a new technique to solve the problem: “when is a complete spacelike hypersurface of constant mean curvature in a generalized Robertson-Walker spacetime totally umbilical and a slice?” is introduced. Finally, the natural conditions f '' 0 and Ric>(n-1)(ff '' -f ' 2 ) are imposed to solve a Bernstein-type problem.

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