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To what extent can I think of a Lagrangian fibration in a symplectic manifold as T*N?
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To what extent can I think of a Lagrangian fibration in a symplectic manifold as T*N?
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To what extent can I think of a Lagrangian fibration in a symplectic manifold as T*N?
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answered | To what extent can I think of a Lagrangian fibration in a symplectic manifold as T*N? |
Apr
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Foliating R^3 with straight lines
@Brendan Foreman: Nice comment. Wouldn't you develop it as an answer? |
Apr
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The Jacobi Identity for the Poisson Bracket
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The Jacobi Identity for the Poisson Bracket
@Josè Figueroa-O'Farrill: Thanks for the attention. In my answer, I tried to highlight this point that was already in your answer. But my approach is lowbrow with respect to the highbrow answer of Jonathan. |
Apr
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Lie group operation and tangent vectors
About some of following answers: Excuse me, but is not the content of the question exactly to prove that $T_{e,e}\mu(\xi,\eta)=\xi+\eta$ for any $\xi,\eta\in T_eG$? So we should not appeal to it in a proof. But we should point out that this expression is just a consequence of the canonical identification of $T(G\times G)$ with the direct product $TG\times TG$. |
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The Jacobi Identity for the Poisson Bracket
@Josè Figueroa-O'Farrill: When, for an arbitrary almost-symplectic manifold, we again construct the bracket, is correct that $d\omega(X_f,X_g,X_h)$ is equal to the Jacobiator $J(f,g,h)$? or I am making same mistake? |
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The Jacobi Identity for the Poisson Bracket
I find your answer to be the right complement to Jose's answer. Thanks. |
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regarding metric and symplectic forms
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answered | regarding metric and symplectic forms |
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awarded | Nice Question |
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The Jacobi Identity for the Poisson Bracket
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answered | The Jacobi Identity for the Poisson Bracket |
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What is a Lagrangian submanifold intuitively?
@Stefan Waldmann: It is remarkable that first occurrences of Lagrangian submanifolds and even of the Fourier integral operators could be found in the pioneer work of Maslov. |
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answered | Early Two-Author Math Papers |