Concerning the boundary of a complementary domain of a continuous curve

@inproceedings{Jones1939ConcerningTB,
  title={Concerning the boundary of a complementary domain of a continuous curve},
  author={Franklin B. Jones},
  year={1939}
}
where a(y) and /3(y) are arbitrary functions of y. We note that the En+i obtained by using the H defined by (3.14) coincides with (3.12). I t can be shown that solutions for H which involve some of the x do not exist unless the En defined by (3.11) may be mapped conformally on another Einstein space in more than one way. Hence, if this is not the case, the En's may only be imbedded in the unique E n + i defined by (3.12) if c^O and only in the En+is defined by (3.1), (3.11), and (3.13) if c = 0… CONTINUE READING