Suppose one has a foliation of a manifold ##M## with codimension one leaves that are all isometric. What is such a foliation called?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

All I have been able to find online is something called quasi-isometric foliations, which does not seem to coincide with my definition above.

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# Foliation with isometric leaves.

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