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### SFT gluing on chain level in Floer homology?

I came across a new type of gluing in the FOOO paper http://arxiv.org/abs/1002.1660 (maybe not so new to experts). The situation is as follows: one considers a relative (to lagrangian) class and ...

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### Degenerate moduli spaces in Floer homology

Let $(W,\omega)$ be a closed symplectially aspherical symplectic
manifold, and fix a Hamiltonian $H\in C^{\infty}(W\times S^{1};\mathbb{R})$
and a compatible almost complex structure $J$ on $W$. Given ...

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### Unobstructed Lagrangian tori

Let $X$ be a compact symplectic manifold, $U$ a Darboux chart, and $L$ a standard Lagrangian torus in $U$. Is $H^1(L)$ weakly unobstructed in the sense of Fukaya-Oh-Ohta-Ono (that is, does $b \in ...

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### Lie-infinity structure in Lagrangian Floer theory ?

Is there (besides the A-infinity structure) also a L-infinity structure in Lagrangian Floer theory (forming together a G-infinity structure) - like in Hochschild cohomology ?

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### Regular points for solutions of Floer's equation

Let $(W,\omega)$ be a symplectic manifold and $H\in C^{\infty}(W\times S^{1};\mathbb{R})$.
Let $(J_{t})_{t\in S^{1}}$ denote a family of $\omega$-compatible
almost complex structures.
Fix a map $u\in ...

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### Spin-c structures for a closed,oriented 3-manifold equipped with a null homologous knot

Let $Y$ be a closed, oriented 3-manifold equipped with an oriented null homologous knot $K$. I want to understand the relative $spin^c$ structures for $(Y,K)$. There is canonical zero surgery ...

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### why $H_{1}(\Sigma)\cong H_{1}(Sym^{g}(\Sigma))$ ?

In paper holomorphic disks and 3-manifold invariants, Ozsvath and Szabo connstruct two
homeomoephisms
$\mathcal {f} : H_{1}(\Sigma)\rightarrow H_{1}(Sym^{g}(\Sigma))$ and
$\mathcal {g} : ...