Compact Kähler manifolds with positive orthogonal bisectional curvature

ArticleinMathematical Research Letters 24(3):767-780 · October 2017with 75 Reads 
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Abstract
In this short note, using Siu-Yau's method [14], we give a new proof that any n-dimensional compact Kähler manifold with positive orthogonal bisectional curvature must be biholomorphic to Pn.

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