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Einstein metrics on SO(n)/SO(n − 2) are completely classiﬁed. If n = 3 the group SO(3) has a unique Einstein metric. If n ≥ 5 it was shown by A. Y. Hsiang10 that SO(n)/SO(n − 2) admits exactly one homogeneous invariant Einstein metric. The same result was obtained by M. V. Alekseevsky, I. Dotti, and C. 12 We also refer to Ref. 727-728 for further discussion. For k ≥ 3 there is no obstruction for existence of more than two homogeneous invariant Einstein metrics on Stiefel manifolds SO(n)/SO(n − k).
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1 does not imply in principle that, under the same hypothesis on M , any entire maximal graph in M 2 × R1 must be totally geodesic. However, we can prove the following non-parametric version of our Calabi-Bernstein theorem. 2 (Ref. 3). Let M 2 be a complete Riemannian surface with non-negative Gaussian curvature, KM ≥ 0. Then any entire maximal graph Σ(u) in M 2 × R1 is totally geodesic. In addition, if KM > 0 at some point on M , then u is constant. 2 (Ref. 4). Let M 2 be a complete non-flat Riemannian surface with non-negative Gaussian curvature, KM ≥ 0.