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Semi-slant submanifolds of a Sasakian manifold. (English) Zbl 0944.53028
Let M ˜ be an almost contact metric manifold and (φ,ξ,η,g) its almost contact metric structure [see, e.g., D. E. Blair, Lect. Notes Math. 509, Springer-Verlag (1976; Zbl 0319.53026)]. Let M be a Riemannian manifold isometrically immersed in M ˜, for which the structure vector field ξ is tangent to M. Denote by 𝒟 the orthogonal complement of ξ in TM. For a nonzero vector XT p M, which is not colinear with ξ p , denote by θ(X) the angle between φX and 𝒟 p . The submanifold (the distribution 𝒟) is said to be slant [A. Lotta, Bull. Math. Soc. Roum. 39, 183-198 (1996; Zbl 0885.53058)] if the angle θ(X) is independent of the choice of X𝒟 p and pM. The authors define M to be semi-slant if there exist two orthogonal distributions 𝒟 1 , 𝒟 2 such that TM=𝒟 1 𝒟 2 {ξ}, 𝒟 1 is invariant (φ(𝒟 1 )=𝒟 1 ) and 𝒟 2 is slant. They find necessary and sufficient conditions for M to be semi-slant, and study properties of such submanifolds. Among other things, they study integrability conditions for various distributions involved with the definition of semi-slantness in the case when the ambient manifold is Sasakian. See also recent papers by the same authors.

MSC:
53C40Global submanifolds (differential geometry)
53D15Almost contact and almost symplectic manifolds
53C25Special Riemannian manifolds (Einstein, Sasakian, etc.)