By Ricardo Castano-bernard, Yan Soibelman, Ilia Zharkov

This quantity includes contributions from the NSF-CBMS convention on Tropical Geometry and replicate Symmetry, which was once held from December 13-17, 2008 at Kansas country collage in new york, Kansas. It offers an exceptional photo of diverse connections of replicate symmetry with different components of arithmetic (especially with algebraic and symplectic geometry) in addition to with different components of mathematical physics. The thoughts and techniques utilized by the authors of the quantity are on the frontier of this very lively zone of research.|This quantity comprises contributions from the NSF-CBMS convention on Tropical Geometry and replicate Symmetry, which was once held from December 13-17, 2008 at Kansas kingdom collage in new york, Kansas. It provides a very good photo of various connections of replicate symmetry with different parts of arithmetic (especially with algebraic and symplectic geometry) in addition to with different parts of mathematical physics. The options and techniques utilized by the authors of the amount are on the frontier of this very energetic sector of analysis

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3 of [FOOO09] for the proof of the following proposition. 3. Let (S, ω) be a symplectic vector space and V0 ∈ (S, ω) be a given Lagrangian subspace. , be a Lagrangian subspace with V0 ∩V1 = {0}. Consider smooth paths α : [0, 1] → Lag(S, ω) satisfying (1) α(0) = V0 , α(1) = V1 . (2) α(t) ∈ Lag(S, ω) \ Lag1 (S, ω; V0 ) for all 0 < t ≤ 1. (3) α (0) is positively directed. Then any two such paths α1 , α2 are homotopic to each other via a homotopy s ∈ [0, 1] → αs such that each αs also satisﬁes the 3 conditions above.

And so G(γ, γ : L) is a principal homogeneous space of the group {ω(C) | C ∈ π1 (Ωγ∗γ (L, L; M ))}. The action functional A = A(γ0 ,γ1 ;L) : Ω(L0 , L1 ; A([ , w]) = 01 ) → R is deﬁned by w∗ w. 2) w(0, t) = 01 (t), w(1, t) ≡ (t), w(s, 0) ∈ L0 , ∈ w(s, 1) ∈ L1 . 3) μ(w #w) = 0. Here w (s, t) = w (1 − s, t) and μ is an appropriate Maslov index. ) We now study dependence of the action functional A(L0 ,γ0 ),(L1 ,γ1 ) on their anchors. Let γ0 , γ0 and γ1 , γ1 be two anchors of L0 and L1 respectively.

5. 7 (i+1)i follows. We can prove that the orientation of ∂ (L;p;B) depends on the choice of op(i+1)i + (and so on λp ) with i = 0, · · · , k but is independent of the choice of w(i+1)i etc. 5. (We omit the detail of this point. 7 is independent of the choice of anchors. 8. In order to give an orientation of M(L; p; B), we have to take the moduli parameters of marked points and the action of the automorphism group into account. 5 codimension μ([pi(i−1) , wi(i−1) in [FOOO09]. 34 20 K. -G. OH, H.