We continue the study in  in the setting of weighted pluripotential theory arising from polynomials associated to a convex body P in (R+)d. Our goal is to establish a large deviation principle in this setting specifying the rate function in terms of P-pluripotential-theoretic notions. As an important preliminary step, we first give an existence proof for the solution of a Monge–Ampère equation in an appropriate finite energy class. This is achieved using a variational approach.
In this paper we prove new embedding results for compactly supported deformations of CR submanifolds of Cn+d: We show that if M is a 2-pseudoconcave CR submanifold of type (n,d) in Cn+d, then any compactly supported CR deformation stays in the space of globally CR embeddable in Cn+d manifolds. This improves an earlier result, where M was assumed to be a quadratic 2-pseudoconcave CR submanifold of Cn+d. We also give examples of weakly 2-pseudoconcave CR manifolds admitting compactly supported CR deformations that are not even locally CR embeddable.
We study analytic integrable deformations of the germ of a holomorphic foliation given by df=0 at the origin 0∈Cn,n≥3. We consider the case where f is a germ of an irreducible and reduced holomorphic function. Our central hypotheses is that, outside of a dimension ≤n−3 analytic subset Y⊂X, the analytic hypersurface Xf:(f=0) has only normal crossings singularities. We then prove that, as germs, such deformations also exhibit a holomorphic first integral, depending analytically on the parameter of the deformation. This applies to the study of integrable germs writing as ω=df+fη where f is quasi-homogeneous. Under the same hypotheses for Xf:(f=0) we prove that ω also admits a holomorphic first integral. Finally, we conclude that an integrable germ ω=adf+fη admits a holomorphic first integral provided that: (i) Xf:(f=0) is irreducible with an isolated singularity at the origin 0∈Cn,n≥3; (ii) the algebraic multiplicities of ω and f at the origin satisfy ν(ω)=ν(df). In the case of an isolated singularity for (f=0) the writing ω=adf+fη is always assured so that we conclude the existence of a holomorphic first integral. Some questions related to Relative Cohomology are naturally considered and not all of them answered.