3 edition of Holomorphic curves in symplectic geometry found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Michèle Audin, Jacques Lafontaine, editors.|
|Series||Progress in mathematics ;, v. 117, Progress in mathematics (Boston, Mass) ;, v. 117.|
|Contributions||Audin, Michèle., Lafontaine, J. 1944 Mar. 10-|
|LC Classifications||QA649 .H65 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 328 p. :|
|Number of Pages||328|
|ISBN 10||0817629971, 3764329971|
|LC Control Number||93048724|
Part 1. Elementary symplectic geometry 7 Chapter 2. Symplectic linear algebra 9 1. Basic facts 9 2. Complex structure 13 Chapter 3. Symplectic differential geometry 17 1. Moser’s lemma and local triviality of symplectic differential geometry 17 2. The groups Ham and Di f f! 21 Chapter 4. More Symplectic differential Geometry: Reduction and File Size: KB. Holomorphic Curves, Planar Open Books and Symplectic Fillings A MINICOURSE by Chris Wendl The overarching theme of this minicourse will be the properties of pseudoholomorphic curves and their use in proving global results about symplectic or contact manifolds based on more "localized" information.
$\begingroup$ It's unclear to me what you are looking for here, or what you know already. The question of how many holomorphic curves there are in a given homology class (with constraints possibly) is given by Gromov-Witten invariants. One possible option seems to be taking critial points off. But then the immersion is not proper and the proof of the monotonicity formula seems to use properness. For example, the proof in the book "holomorphic curves in symplectic geometry" uses a compactly supported vector field.
An holomorphic symplectic manifold X is a kähler manifold X with a holomorphic non degenerate closed form σ ∈ H0(X,Ω2 X) An irreducible holomorphic symplectic manifold X is compact and H0(X,Ω∗ X) = C[σ] (eq. X is simply connected and = H0(X,Ω2 X)). Calabi-Yau: projective mfds with H0(X,Ω∗ X) = C+Cω, where ω is a generator File Size: KB. Pseudoholomorphic curves. Differential geometry -- Symplectic geometry, contact geometry -- Symplectic manifolds, general. Differential geometry -- Symplectic geometry, contact geometry -- Gromov-Witten invariants, quantum cohomology, Frobenius manifolds.
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This book is devoted to pseudo-holomorphic curve methods in symplectic geometry. It contains an introduction to symplectic geometry and relevant techniques of Riemannian geometry, proofs of Gromov's compactness theorem, an investigation of local properties of holomorphic curves, including positivity of intersections, and applications to Lagrangian embeddings : Hardcover.
Holomorphic Curves in Symplectic Geometry. Editors (view affiliations) Michèle Audin; Jacques Lafontaine; Book. Citations; Applications of pseudo-holomorphic curves to symplectic topology.
Basic symplectic geometry. Front Matter. Pages PDF. An introduction to symplectic geometry. Augustin Banyaga. Pages Symplectic and. Holomorphic Curves in Symplectic Geometry. Editors: Audin, Michele, Lafontaine, Jacques (Eds.) Introduction Applications of pseudo-holomorphic curves to symplectic topology.
Pages Services for this Book. Download Product Flyer Download High-Resolution Cover. Introduction: Applications of pseudo-holomorphic curves to symplectic topology.- 1 Examples of problems and results in symplectic topology.- 2 Pseudo-holomorphic curves in almost complex manifolds.- 3 Proofs of the symplectic rigidity results.- 4 What is in the book and what is not.- 1: Basic symplectic geometry.- I An introduction to.
Deals with the pseudo-holomorphic curve methods in symplectic geometry. This book contains an introduction to symplectic geometry and relevant techniques of Riemannian geometry, proofs of.
an invaluable reference for users. but for a first stab at j-holomorphic curves and applications in symplectic topology one might want to try the little version instead (same authors, title contains the words "quantum cohomology") - which as a bonus is available for free on at least one of the authors' website (i think).Cited by: The second half of the book then extends this program in two complementary directions: (1) a gentle introduction to Gromov-Witten theory and complete proof of the classification of uniruled symplectic 4-manifolds; and (2) a survey of punctured holomorphic curves and their applications to questions from 3-dimensional contact topology, such as Holomorphic curves in symplectic geometry book Springer International Publishing.
The five appendices of the book provide necessary background related to the classical theory of linear elliptic operators, Fredholm theory, Sobolev spaces, as well as a discussion of the moduli space of genus zero stable curves and a proof of the positivity of intersections of \(J\)-holomorphic curves in four-dimensional manifolds.
From symplectic geometry to symplectic topology 10 Contact geometry and the Weinstein conjecture 13 Symplectic ﬁllings of contact manifolds 19 Chapter 2. Local properties 23 Almost complex manifolds and J-holomorphic curves 23 Compatible and tamed almost complex structures 27 Linear Cauchy-Riemann type operators File Size: 1MB.
For a more Lie-group focused account, you can try Robert Bryant's lectures on Lie groups and symplectic geometry which are available online here. In the final lecture he describes the h-principle and others ideas of Gromov in symplectic geometry, like pseudo-holomorphic curves.
The second half of the book then extends this program in two complementary directions: (1) a gentle introduction to Gromov-Witten theory and complete proof of the classification of uniruled symplectic 4-manifolds; and (2) a survey of punctured holomorphic curves and their applications to questions from 3-dimensional contact topology, such as.
The school, the book This book is based on lectures given by the authors of the various chapters in a three week long CIMPA summer school, held in Sophia-Antipolis (near Nice) in July The first week was devoted to the basics of symplectic and Riemannian geometry (Banyaga, Audin, Lafontaine, Gauduchon), the second was the technical one (Pansu, Muller, Duval, Lalonde and Sikorav).
The. From symplectic geometry to symplectic topology 10 Contact geometry and the Weinstein conjecture 13 Symplectic ﬁllings of contact manifolds 19 Chapter 2. Fundamentals 25 Almost complex manifolds and J-holomorphic curves 25 Compatible and tame almost complex structures 29 Linear Cauchy-Riemann type operators 40 Cited by: 3 Pseudo-holomorphic curves The aim of this part is to study some of the important properties of the pseudo-holomorphiccurves.
Deﬁnition(Pseudo-holomorphiccurve). Let(M,J) beanalmostcomplexmanifold. A J-holomorphic curve in M is a smooth map σfrom a Riemann surface (i.e a surface withacomplexstructure)(S,j) to(M,J) suchthat: Tσ j= J TσFile Size: KB.
J-holomorphic Curves and Symplectic Topology (2nd) Dusa McDuff, Dietmar Salamon. Categories: Holomorphic Curves in Symplectic Geometry. Birkhäuser Basel. Jacques Lafontaine, Michèle Audin (auth.) You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.
Bloggat om Holomorphic Curves in Symplectic Geometry Innehållsförteckning Introduction: Applications of pseudo-holomorphic curves to symplectic topology.- 1 Examples of problems and results in symplectic topology.- 2 Pseudo-holomorphic curves in almost complex manifolds.- 3 Proofs of the symplectic rigidity results.- 4 What is in the book.
Pseudo-holomorphic curves Almost complex and symplectic geometry. An almost complex structure on a manifold Mis a bundle endomorphism J: TM → TM with square −idT M. In other words, Jmakes TM into a complex vector bundle and we have the canonical decomposition TM⊗R C = T 1,0 M ⊕T 0,1 M = TM⊕TM into real and imaginary parts.
From symplectic geometry to symplectic topology 10 Contact geometry and the Weinstein conjecture 13 Symplectic ﬁllings of contact manifolds 19 Chapter 2. Fundamentals 25 Almost complex manifolds and J-holomorphic curves 25 Compatible and tame almost complex structures 29 Linear Cauchy-Riemann type operators 41 So, what’s a J-holomorphic curve?Well, as the Preface to the first edition of the book under review states, it goes back to a paper by Mikhail Gromov, titled “Pseudo-holomorphic curves in symplectic manifolds,” and on p.3 of the book McDuff and Salamon give its definition as a (j,J)-holomorphic mapping from a Riemann surface (with j being — well, what else.
— its j-invariant) to. In mathematics, specifically in topology and geometry, a pseudoholomorphic curve (or J-holomorphic curve) is a smooth map from a Riemann surface into an almost complex manifold that satisfies the Cauchy–Riemann uced in by Mikhail Gromov, pseudoholomorphic curves have since revolutionized the study of symplectic particular, they lead to the Gromov–Witten.
Symplectic geometry is a branch of differential geometry and differential topology that studies symplectic manifolds; that is, differentiable manifolds equipped with a closed, nondegenerate ctic geometry has its origins in the Hamiltonian formulation of classical mechanics where the phase space of certain classical systems takes on the structure of a symplectic manifold.Published in two volumes, this is the first book to provide a thorough and systematic explanation of symplectic topology, and the analytical details and techniques used in applying the machinery arising from Floer theory as a whole.
Holomorphic curves in symplectic geometry, –, Progress in Mathematics, Birkhäuser, Basel, The goal of the program is to explore different aspects of the theory of holomorphic curves and their interaction.
A special accent will be made on applications to Symplectic geometry in low-dimensional topology.