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Local Lagrangian Floer Homology of Quasi-Minimally Degenerate Intersections

  title={Local Lagrangian Floer Homology of Quasi-Minimally Degenerate Intersections},
  author={S. Freda Auyeung},
We define a broad class of local Lagrangian intersections which we call quasi-minimally degenerate (QMD) before developing techniques for studying their local Floer homology. In some cases, one may think of such intersections as modeled on minimally degenerate functions as defined by Kirwan. One major result of this paper is: if L0, L1 are two Lagrangian submanifolds whose intersection decomposes into QMD sets, there is a spectral sequence converging to their Floer homology HF∗(L0, L1) whose E… 


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