Quantum products for mapping tori and the Atiyah-Floer conjecture

  title={Quantum products for mapping tori and the Atiyah-Floer conjecture},
  author={Dietmar A. Salamon},
in symplectic Floer homology. Both were discovered by Donaldson. They are well defined up to an overall sign. The homomorphism (1) can be interpreted as a relative Donaldson invariant on a 4-manifold with boundary. In other words, this product is obtained by counting anti-self-dual connections over a 4-dimensional cobordism with n+ 1 cylindrical ends corresponding to Yfj . The second homomorphism is obtained by counting pseudo-holomorphic sections of a 

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