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We study several aspects of the regular deformations of completely integrable systems. Namely, we prove the existence of a Hamiltonian normal form for these deformations and we show the necessary and sufficient conditions a perturbation has to satisfy in order for the perturbed Hamiltonian to be a first order deformation.
We study pseudoholomorphic curves in symplectic quotients as adiabatic limits of solutions to the symplectic vortex equations. Our main theorem asserts that the genus zero invariants of Hamiltonian group actions defined by these equations are related to the genus zero Gromov--Witten invariants of the symplectic quotient (in the monotone case) via a natural ring homomorphism from the equivariant cohomology of the ambient space to the quantum cohomology of the quotient.