We prove a version of equivariant split generation of Fukaya category when a symplectic manifold admits a free action of a finite group <i>G</i>. Combining this with some generalizations of Seidel's algebraic frameworks from , we obtain new cases of homological mirror symmetry for some symplectic tori with non-split symplectic forms, which we call <i>special isogenous tori</i>. This extends the work of AbouzaidSmith . We also show that derived Fukaya categories are complete invariants of special isogenous tori.
Mirror symmetry conjecture identifies the complex geometry of a Calabi $ Yau manifold with the symplectic geometry of its mirror Calabi $ Yau man $ ifold. Using the SYZ mirror transform, we argue that (i) the mirror of an elliptic Calabi $ Yau manifold admits a twin Lagrangian fibration structure and (ii) the mirror of the Fourier $ Mukai transform for dual elliptic fibra $ tions is a symplectic Fourier $ Mukai transform for dual twin Lagrangian fibrations, which is essentially an identity transformation in this case.
We study the CalabiYau equation on symplectic manifolds. We show that Donaldson's conjecture on estimates for this equation in terms of a taming symplectic form can be reduced to an integral estimate of a scalar potential function. Under a positive curvature condition, we show that the conjecture holds.
We give ChernWeil definitions of the Maslov indices of bundle pairs over a Riemann surface \Sigma with boundary, which consists of symplectic vector bundle on \Sigma and a Lagrangian subbundle on \Sigma as well as its generalization for transversely intersecting Lagrangian boundary conditions. We discuss their properties and relations to the known topological definitions. As a main application, we extend Maslov index to the case with orbifold interior singularities, via curvature integral, and find also an analogous topological definition in these cases.
We give Chern-Weil definitions of the Maslov indices of bundle pairs over a Riemann surface with boundary, which consists of symplectic vector bundle on and a Lagrangian subbundle on\partial as well as its generalization for transversely intersecting Lagrangian boundary conditions. We discuss their properties and relations to the known topological definitions. As a main application, we extend Maslov index to the case with orbifold interior singularites, via curvature integral, and find also an analogous topological definition in these cases.
Lagrangian Floer homology in a general case has been constructed by Fukaya, Oh, Ohta and Ono, where they construct an A-algebra or an A-bimodule from Lagrangian submanifolds. They developed obstruction and deformation theories of the Lagrangian Floer homology theory. But for obstructed Lagrangian submanifolds, the standard Lagrangian Floer homology cannot be defined. We explore several well-known homology theories on these A-objects, which are Hochschild and cyclic homology for an A-objects and ChevalleyEilenberg or cyclic ChevalleyEilenberg homology for their underlying L-objects. We show that these homology theories are well-defined and invariant even in the obstructed cases. Due to the existence of m 0, the standard homological algebra does not work and we develop analogous homological algebra over Novikov fields. We provide computations of these homology
We show that in many examples the non-displaceability of Lagrangian submanifolds by Hamiltonian isotopy can be proved via Lagrangian Floer cohomology with non-unitary line bundle. The examples include all monotone Lagrangian torus fibers in a toric Fano manifold (which was also proven by Entov and Polterovich via the theory of symplectic quasi-states) and some non-monotone Lagrangian torus fibers.
We compute the ring structure of Floer cohomology groups of Lagrangian torus fibers in some toric Fano manifolds continuing the study of [CO]. Related <i>A</i><sub></sub>-formulas hold for a transversal choice of chains. Two different computations are provided: a direct calculation using the classification of holomorphic discs by Oh and the author in [CO], and another method by using an <i>analogue of divisor equation</i> in Gromov-Witten invariants to the case of discs. Floer cohomology rings are shown to be isomorphic to Clifford algebras, whose quadratic forms are given by the Hessians of functions <i>W</i>, which turn out to be the superpotentials of Landau-Ginzburg mirrors. In the case of , this proves the prediction made by Hori, Kapustin and Li by B-model calculations via physical arguments. The latter method also provides correspondence between higher derivatives of the superpotential of LG mirror with