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It is shown that if and if is a set of upper density , then—in a sense depending on —all large dilates of any given k-dimensional simplex can be embedded in . A simplex can be embedded in the set if contains simplex , which is isometric to . Moreover, the same is true if only is assumed, and satisfies some immediate necessary conditions.
The proof uses techniques of harmonic analysis developed for the continuous case, as well as a variant of the circle method due to Siegel [S]
We study optimal curvature-free inequalities of the type discovered by C. Loewner and M. Gromov, using a generalization of the Wirtinger inequality for the comass. Using a model for the classifying space built inductively out of , we prove that the symmetric metrics of certain two-point homogeneous manifolds turn out not to be the systolically optimal metrics on those manifolds. We point out the unexpected role played by the exceptional Lie algebra in systolic geometry, via the calculation of Wirtinger constants. Using a technique of pullback with controlled systolic ratio, we calculate the optimal systolic ratio of the quaternionic projective plane, modulo the existence of a Joyce manifold with Spin()-holonomy and unit middle-dimensional Betti number
We define Floer homology for a time-independent or autonomous Hamiltonian on a symplectic manifold with contact-type boundary under the assumption that its -periodic orbits are transversally nondegenerate. Our construction is based on Morse-Bott techniques for Floer trajectories. Our main motivation is to understand the relationship between the linearized contact homology of a fillable contact manifold and the symplectic homology of its filling
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