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A $b$-symplectic slice theorem.

  title={A \$b\$-symplectic slice theorem.},
  author={Roisin Braddell and Anna Kiesenhofer and Eva Miranda},
  journal={arXiv: Symplectic Geometry},
In this article, motivated by the study of symplectic structures on manifolds with boundary and the systematic study of $b$-symplectic manifolds started in [10], we prove a slice theorem for Lie group actions on $b$-symplectic manifolds. 
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