65288a64fe Download EBOOK by Yakov Eliashberg free. Eliashberg, N. The homotopy principle in symplectic geometry 7392 Symplectic and contact basics 7594 Symplectic and contact structures on open manifolds 99118 Symplectic and contact structures on closed manifolds 105124 Embeddings into symplectic and contact manifolds 111130 Microflexibility and holonomic ℛ-approximation 129148 First applications of microflexibility 135154 Microflexible 𝔘-invariant differential relations 139158 Further applications to symplectic geometry 143162 Part IV. A special emphasis in the book is made on applications to symplectic and contact geometry. The reader will find that, with a few notable exceptions, most instances of the (h)-principle can be treated by the methods considered here. Related books. [David Allen Sibley] Sible. Mishachev In differential geometry and topology one often deals with systems of partial differential equations, as well as partial differential inequalities, that have infinitely many solutions whatever boundary conditions are imposed. Added: March 8, 2016 Tags: Knopf, mobi . Go Advanced Search My Bookshelf My Cart .
Full description of the book "Introduction to the H-principle":. Added: July 6, 2016 Tags: Academic Press, pdf . Browse Bookstore Books on Sale Featured Books Book Series Sample eBooks About the eReader AMS eBook Collections Join our email list Sign up Graduate Studies in Mathematics Volume: 48; 2002; 206 pp; Hardcover MSC: Primary 58; Print ISBN: 978-0-8218-3227-1 Product Code: GSM/48 List Price: $38.00 Individual Member Price: $30.40 Add to Cart (PRINT) Electronic ISBN: 978-1-4704-1796-3 Product Code: GSM/48.E List Price: $38.00 Individual Member Price: $30.40 Add to Cart (ELECTRONIC) Introduction to the $h$-Principle Share this page Y. [A. Mishachev Affiliation(s) (HTML): Stanford University, Stanford, CA; Lipetsk Technical University, Lipetsk, Russia Abstract: In differential geometry and topology one often deals with systems of partial differential equations, as well as partial differential inequalities, that have infinitely many solutions whatever boundary conditions are imposed. Two famous examples of the (h)-principle, the Nash-Kuiper (C^1)-isometric embedding theory in Riemannian geometry and the Smale-Hirsch immersion theory in differential topology, were later transformed by Gromov into powerful general methods for establishing the (h)-principle. -- Zentralblatt MATH In my opinion, this is an excellent book which makes an important theory accessible to graduate students in differential geometry. Convex integration 151170 One-dimensional convex integration 153172 Homotopy principle for ample differential relations 167186 Directed immersions and embeddings 173192 First order linear differential operators 179198 Nash-Kuiper theorem 189208 Bibliography 199218 Index 203222 free Back Cover Back Cover1226 Cover Cover Other titles in this series Other titles in this series Title page Title page Contents Contents Preface Preface Intrigue Intrigue Index Index Readership Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in global analysis and analysis on manifolds.