Local Study of Scalar Curvature of Cyclic Surfaces Obtained by Homothetic Motion of Lorentzian Circle

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In this paper we consider the homothetic motion of Lorentzian circle by studying the scalar curvature for the corresponding cyclic surface locally. We prove that if the scalar curvature is constant, then . We describe the equations that govern such surfaces.

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Wageeda, M. and Solouma, E. (2015) Local Study of Scalar Curvature of Cyclic Surfaces Obtained by Homothetic Motion of Lorentzian Circle. Applied Mathematics, 6, 1344-1352. doi: 10.4236/am.2015.68127.

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