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Almost Existence From the Feral Perspective and Some Questions

@inproceedings{Fish2020AlmostEF,
  title={Almost Existence From the Feral Perspective and Some Questions},
  author={Joel W. Fish and H. Hofer},
  year={2020}
}
  • Joel W. Fish, H. Hofer
  • Published 2020
  • Mathematics
  • This paper is concerned with the “almost existence” phenomenon for periodic orbits of Hamiltonian dynamical systems. We shall describe some of the background of this phenomenon, and we relate it to the new feral curve theory, [8], which was recently initiated by the authors. The new approach to the “almost existence” phenomenon suggests a larger context which also features questions around the C-closing lemma in the following sense. Consider a compact symplectic manifold (W,Ω) equipped with a… CONTINUE READING

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