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Let’s consider the body Q(τ ), bounded Dτ and H˜ n (τ ) for small τ . At any boundary point there exists a local supporting horosphere. It is a global supporting horosphere too, and the body Q(τ ) is situated in the horoball bounded by supporting horospheres. In other words, the body Q(τ ) is h-convex. Let τ ∗ be a supremum value of τ , for which the body Q(τ ) is h-convex, D∗ = Dτ . Let’s show τ ∗ = ∞. Let us assume the contrary. There are three possible cases: a) D∗ = F n ; b) D∗ = F n and, on the boundary S ∗ of the domain D∗ , there are critical points of the function f = τ/F n .
Question. Is a Riemannian manifold, whose unit tangent sphere bundle is H -contact, a two-point homogeneous space? 4 Semi-symmetric unit tangent sphere bundles ¯ g) A Riemannian manifold (M, ¯ is said to be semi-symmetric if its curvature tensor R¯ satisﬁes: ¯ R(X, Y ) · R¯ = 0 , (12) ¯ ¯ This is equivalent for all vector ﬁelds X, Y , where R(X, Y ) acts as a derivation on R. ¯ the same as the curvature tensor of a symmetric to saying that R¯ p is, for each p ∈ M, space. This last space may vary with p.
T1 M 2 , g) ¯ (equivalently, (T1 M 2 , 2 gS )) is semi-symmetric if and only if (M , g) is either ﬂat or locally isometric to S 2 (1). Proof. If (M 2 , g) has constant Gaussian curvature 0 or 1, from Theorem 3 it follows that T1 M 2 is locally symmetric. In particular, it is semi-symmetric. In order to prove the converse, we need the description of the contact metric structure of T1 M 2 . Using isothermal local coordinates (x 1 , x 2 ) on M 2 , its Riemannian metric g is given by g = e2f ((dx 1 )2 + (dx 2 )2 ), where f is a C ∞ function on M 2 .