Immersed lagrangian floer theory

Manabu Akaho Dominic Joyce

Differential Geometry mathscidoc:1609.10202

Journal of Differential Geometry, 86, (3), 381-500, 2010
Let (M, !) be a compact symplectic manifold, and L a compact embedded Lagrangian submanifold in M. Fukaya, Oh, Ohta and Ono [8] construct Lagrangian Floer cohomology, yielding groups HF(L, b;nov) for one or HF􀀀 (L1, b1), (L2, b2);nov  for two Lagrangians, where b, b1, b2 are choices of bounding cochains, and exist if and only if L,L1,L2 have unobstructed Floer cohomology. These are independent of choices up to isomorphism, and have important invariance properties under Hamiltonian equivalence. Floer cohomology groups are the morphism groups in the derived Fukaya category of (M, !), and so are an essential part of the Homological Mirror Symmetry Conjecture of Kontsevich. The goal of this paper is to extend [8] to immersed Lagrangians  : L ! M, with transverse self-intersections. In the embedded case, Floer cohomology HF(L, b;nov) is a modified, ‘quantized’ version of singular homology Hn−(L;nov) over the Novikov ring nov. In our immersed case, HF(L, b;nov) turns out to be a quantized version of Hn−(L;nov)  L (p−,p+)2R nov · (p−, p+), where R =  (p−, p+) : p−, p+ 2 L, p− 6= p+, (p−) = (p+) is a set of two extra generators for each self-intersection point of L, and (p−, p+) has degree (p−,p+) 2 Z, an index depending on how L intersects itself at (p−) = (p+). The theory becomes simpler and more powerful for graded Lagrangians in Calabi–Yau manifolds, when we can work over a smaller Novikov ring CY. The proofs involve associating a gapped filtered A1 algebra over 0 nov or 0 CY to  : L ! M, which is independent of nearly all choices up to canonical homotopy equivalence, and is built using a series of finite approximations called AN,0 algebras for N = 0, 1, 2, . . ..
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  author={Manabu Akaho, and Dominic Joyce},
  booktitle={Journal of Differential Geometry},
Manabu Akaho, and Dominic Joyce. IMMERSED LAGRANGIAN FLOER THEORY. 2010. Vol. 86. In Journal of Differential Geometry. pp.381-500.
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