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For the bounded manifold M from Definition 2, we define the set of singular boundary points M according to ˙ \ ∂M. M := M In the case M = ∅, we obtain a compact manifold with regular boundary. If the condition ∂M = ∅ is fulfilled additionally, we speak of a closed manifold. • M • •∆M ∂M • ∆M = ∅ ∆M = ∅ ✛✘ ✚✙ ∂M = ∅ 34 I Differentiation and Integration on Manifolds Proposition 2. (Induced orientation on ∂M) Let M and ∂M from Definition 2 with the charts Φ : Hr (η) → Rn be given. Then the mappings Φ Sr (η) : Φ Hr (η) belongs to the oriented atlas A of M =: ∂A constitute an oriented atlas of ∂M.

Y j 1 j =1 j ⎛ dϕi1 ∧ . . ∧ dϕim m 1 = ⎞ ∂ϕim dyjm ⎠ ∂y j m =1 m m ∂(ϕi1 , . . , ϕim ) dy1 ∧ . . ∧ dym , ∂(y1 , . .

Xn (u, v) : B → Rn ∈ C 1 (B) a vector-valued function with finite Dirichlet integral D(X); more precisely |Xu (u, v)|2 + |Xv (u, v)|2 dudv ≤ N < +∞. D(X) := B For each point w0√= u0 + iv0 ∈ B and each quantity δ ∈ (0, 1), we then find a number δ ∗ ∈ [δ, δ], such that the estimate §5 The integral theorems of Gauß and Stokes dσ(w) ≤ 2 L := |w−w0 |=δ ∗ w∈B 51 πN log 1δ is valid for the length L of the curve X(w), |w − w0 | = δ ∗ , w ∈ B. For the proof of this theorem we need the elementary Proposition 3.

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