By Michael Spivak

ISBN-10: 0914098748

ISBN-13: 9780914098744

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U n centred at p, with D ∩ U = {u | u 1 = 0} and with Euler field E = u 1 e1 + i≥2 (u i + ri )ei for some ri ∈ C − {0}. 2 (ii) ⇒ (iii) we have α = xi du i , F −1 (0) ∩ π −1 (U ) = {(x, u) | x j = δ1 j , u 1 = 0}, and for any vector field X = ξi ei ∈ T M (U ) a(X )|F −1 (0) ∩ π −1 (U ) = ξ1 (0, u 2 , . . , u n ). Therefore n (ker aD ) p = O M, p · u 1 e1 ⊕ O M, p · ei i=2 = E ◦ T M, p = Der M, p (log D). 9 (a) in a different way: there is a criterion of K. 9)]. To apply it, one has to show [E ◦ T M , E ◦ T M ] ⊂ E ◦ T M .

One can check that the symplectic form decomposes as required. If k < n − 1 one repeats this process. 8 (a) Let (L , 0) be an n-dimensional Lagrange germ isomorphic to (L , 0) × (Cn−1 , 0) as complex space germ. Then (L , 0) is a plane curve 1 ((L , 0)) is vanishing if and only singularity. The characteristic class [α] ∈ HGiv if (L , 0) is weighted homogeneous. (b) Let (L , λ) ⊂ (T ∗ M, λ) be the analytic spectrum of an irreducible germ (M, p) of a massive F-manifold. Suppose (L , λ) ∼ = (L , 0) × (Cn−1 , 0).

4 the correspondence between massive F-manifolds and Lagrange maps is rewritten using this notion. If E is an Euler field in a massive F-manifold M then the holomorphic function F := a−1 (E) : L → C satisfies dF|L reg = α|L reg (here α is the canonical 1-form on T ∗ M). But as L may have singularities, the global existence of E and of such a holomorphic function is not clear. 2. Much weaker than the existence of E is the existence of a continuous function F : L → C which is holomorphic on L reg with dF|L reg = α|L reg .

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