Symplectic manifolds with contact type boundaries.

Dusa McDuff

Inventiones mathematicae (1991)

  • Volume: 103, Issue: 3, page 651-671
  • ISSN: 0020-9910; 1432-1297/e

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McDuff, Dusa. "Symplectic manifolds with contact type boundaries.." Inventiones mathematicae 103.3 (1991): 651-671. <http://eudml.org/doc/143873>.

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  2. Yoshihiko Mitsumatsu, Anosov flows and non-Stein symplectic manifolds
  3. Paul Seidel, Graded lagrangian submanifolds
  4. Klaus Niederkrüger, Chris Wendl, Weak symplectic fillings and holomorphic curves
  5. François Laudenbach, Orbites périodiques et courbes pseudo-holomorphes. Application à la conjecture de Weinstein en dimension 3

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