An open string analogue of Viterbo functoriality
Author(s)Abouzaid, Mohammed; Seidel, Paul
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Liouville domains are a special type of symplectic manifolds with boundary (they have an everywhere defined Liouville flow, pointing outwards along the boundary). Symplectic cohomology for Liouville domains was introduced by Cieliebak–Floer–Hofer–Wysocki and Viterbo. The latter constructed a restriction (or transfer) map associated to an embedding of one Liouville domain into another. In this preprint, we look at exact Lagrangian submanifolds with Legendrian boundary inside a Liouville domain. The analogue of symplectic cohomology for such submanifolds is called “wrapped Floer cohomology”. We construct an A[infinity symbol]–structure on the underlying wrapped Floer complex, and (under suitable assumptions) an A[infinity symbol]–homomorphism realizing the restriction to a Liouville subdomain. The construction of the A[infinity symbol]–structure relies on an implementation of homotopy direct limits, and involves some new moduli spaces which are solutions of generalized continuation map equations.
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Mathematics
Geometry and Topology
Mathematical Sciences Publishers
Abouzaid, Mohammed, and Paul Seidel. “An Open String Analogue of Viterbo Functoriality.” Geometry & Topology 14.2 (2010): 627–718. Web.
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