By Victor Guillemin and Reyer Sjamaar
This can be a monograph on convexity homes of second mappings in symplectic geometry. the basic lead to this topic is the Kirwan convexity theorem, which describes similar to a second map when it comes to linear inequalities. This theorem bears an in depth courting to difficult outdated puzzles from linear algebra, comparable to the Horn challenge on sums of Hermitian matrices, on which huge growth has been made in recent times following a step forward by means of Klyachko. The e-book offers an easy neighborhood version for the instant polytope, legitimate within the ""generic"" case, and an user-friendly Morse-theoretic argument deriving the Klyachko inequalities and a few in their generalizations. It experiences quite a few infinite-dimensional manifestations of second convexity, corresponding to the Kostant sort theorems for orbits of a loop workforce (due to Atiyah and Pressley) or a symplectomorphism team (due to Bloch, Flaschka and Ratiu). eventually, it offers an account of a brand new convexity theorem for second map photos of orbits of a Borel subgroup of a posh reductive staff performing on a Kahler manifold, in keeping with potential-theoretic equipment in numerous complicated variables. This quantity is suggested for autonomous learn and is appropriate for graduate scholars and researchers attracted to symplectic geometry, algebraic geometry, and geometric combinatorics.
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All the mentioned works focus on jet diﬀerentials of order κ = n equal to the dimension. 0405/. 3636/, ) was able to extend this result to any projective manifold of general type, not necessarily being a hypersurface or a complete intersection, also coming back to plain Green–Griﬃths jets, but developing completely diﬀerent elaborate negative jet curvature estimates inspired from an article of Cowen and Griﬃths (). It is certainly advisable to present the principal cornerstones of the extended proof before entering its beautiful core.
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Fn (ζ) . For any integer κ 1, the associated κ-jet map of any such a holomorphic disc gathers all its nκ derivatives up to order κ with respect to the (single) source variable ζ ∈ D: (κ) j κ f (ζ) = f1 , . . , fn , f1 , . . , fn , . . . , f1 , . . , fn(κ) (ζ). Accordingly, one is led to introduce nκ new independent jet coordinates that will simply be denoted as x1 , . . , xn , x1 , . . , xn , . . . , xn(κ) , . . , xn(κ) , so that x, x , x , . . , x(κ) provide n + nκ coordinates on the space of uncentered κ-jets of maps D → X.