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The Viterbo's capacity conjectures for convex toric domains and the product of a $1$-unconditional convex body and its polar

  title={The Viterbo's capacity conjectures for convex toric domains and the product of a \$1\$-unconditional convex body and its polar},
  author={Kun Shi and Guangcun Lu},
  journal={arXiv: Symplectic Geometry},
In this note, we show that the strong Viterbo conjecture holds true on any convex toric domain, and that the Viterbo's volume-capacity conjecture holds for the product of a $1$-unconditional convex body $A\subset\mathbb{R}^{n}$ and its polar. We also give a direct calculus proof of the symmetric Mahler conjecture for $l_p$-balls. 
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