By Souza M., Spruck J., Tenenblat K.

We think of Finsler areas with a Randers metric F = α + β, at the 3-dimensional actual vector house, the place α is the Euclidean metric and β is a 1-form with norm b, zero ≤ b < 1. through the use of the thought of suggest curvature for immersions in Finsler areas, brought by means of Z. Shen, we receive the partial differential equation that characterizes the minimum surfaces that are graphs of capabilities. for every b, zero ≤ b < 1/, we end up that it's an elliptic equation of suggest curvature kind. Then the Bernstein variety theorem and different houses, similar to the nonexistence of remoted singularities, of the recommendations of this equation stick to from the speculation developped by means of L. Simon. For b ≥ 1/, the differential equation isn't really elliptic. additionally, for each b, 1/ < b < 1 we offer suggestions, which describe minimum cones, with an remoted singularity on the foundation.

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