By Shoshichi Kobayashi

The 1st variation of this influential ebook, released in 1970, unfolded a very new box of invariant metrics and hyperbolic manifolds. the massive variety of papers at the themes coated through the e-book written given that its visual appeal led Mathematical stories to create new subsections "invariant metrics and pseudo-distances" and "hyperbolic complicated manifolds" in the part "holomorphic mappings". The invariant distance brought within the first variation is now known as the "Kobayashi distance", and the hyperbolicity within the feel of this ebook is termed the "Kobayashi hyperbolicity" to differentiate it from different hyperbolicities. This publication maintains to function the simplest creation to hyperbolic advanced research and geometry and is well obtainable to scholars on the grounds that little or no is believed. the recent variation provides reviews at the latest advancements within the box.

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