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# Inventiones Mathematicae

Springer Science+Business Media

About: Inventiones Mathematicae is an academic journal published by Springer Science+Business Media. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Conjecture & Cohomology. It has an ISSN identifier of 0020-9910. Over the lifetime, 4409 publications have been published receiving 402991 citations. The journal is also known as: Inventiones mathematicae (Print).

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors define a parametrized (pseudo holomorphic) J-curve in an almost complex manifold (IS, J) is a holomorphic map of a Riemann surface into Is, say f : (S, J3 ~(V, J).

Abstract: Definitions. A parametrized (pseudo holomorphic) J-curve in an almost complex manifold (IS, J) is a holomorphic map of a Riemann surface into Is, say f : (S, J3 ~(V, J). The image C=f(S)C V is called a (non-parametrized) J-curve in V. A curve C C V is called closed if it can be (holomorphically !) parametrized by a closed surface S. We call C regular if there is a parametrization f : S ~ V which is a smooth proper embedding. A curve is called rational if one can choose S diffeomorphic to the sphere S 2.

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TL;DR: In this paper, the existence, uniqueness and stability results for ordinary differential equations with coefficients in Sobolev spaces were derived from corresponding results on linear transport equations which are analyzed by the method of renormalized solutions.

Abstract: We obtain some new existence, uniqueness and stability results for ordinary differential equations with coefficients in Sobolev spaces. These results are deduced from corresponding results on linear transport equations which are analyzed by the method of renormalized solutions.

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TL;DR: In this article, the problem of decomposing this space of functions into irreducible representations of a finite Chevalley group G(Fq) is equivalent to decomposing the regular representation o f ~ | | (12) of a Coxeter group.

Abstract: here l(w) is the length of w In the case where Wis a Weyl group and q is specialized to a fixed prime power, | ~ can be interpreted as the algebra of intertwining operators of the space of functions on the flag manifold of the corresponding finite Chevalley group G(Fq) (see [loc cit, Ex 24]) Therefore, the problem of decomposing this space of functions into irreducible representations of G(Fq) is equivalent to the problem of decomposing the regular representation o f ~ | (12 It is known that, in this case, | is isomorphic to the group algebra of W; however, in general, this isomorphism cannot be defined without introducing a square root of q (see [1]) It is therefore, natural to extend the ground ring of ~ as follows For any Coxeter group (W, S) we define the Hecke algebra ~ to be J{' | A, where A is the ring of Laurent polynomials with integral coefficients in the indeterminate ql/2 Our purpose is to construct representations oL,Uf endowed with a special basis They will be defined in terms of certain graphs We define a W-graph to be a set of vertices X, with a set Y of edges (an edge is a subset of X consisting of two elements) together with two additional data: for each vertex xeX , we are given a subset I x of S and, for each ordered pair of vertices y, x such that {y, x} e Y, we are given an integer p(y, x) +0 These data are subject to the requirements (10a), (10b) below Let E be

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors construct topological invariants of compact oriented 3-manifolds and of framed links in such manifolds, where the terms of the sequence are equale to the values of the Jones polynomial of the link in the corresponding roots of 1.

Abstract: The aim of this paper is to construct new topological invariants of compact oriented 3-manifolds and of framed links in such manifolds. Our invariant of (a link in) a closed oriented 3-manifold is a sequence of complex numbers parametrized by complex roots of 1. For a framed link in S 3 the terms of the sequence are equale to the values of the (suitably parametrized) Jones polynomial of the link in the corresponding roots of 1. In the case of manifolds with boundary our invariant is a (sequence of) finite dimensional complex linear operators. This produces from each root of unity q a 3-dimensional topological quantum field theory

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