Contact and Symplectic Geometry (Publications of the Newton by Charles Benedict Thomas

By Charles Benedict Thomas

This quantity provides a mixture of big expository articles and study papers that define vital and topical rules within the zone of touch and symplectic geometry. some of the effects haven't been offered sooner than, and the lectures on Floer homology are the 1st on hand in booklet shape. Symplectic equipment are some of the most energetic parts of study in arithmetic at the moment, and this quantity will allure a lot cognizance between specialist mathematicians.

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