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Science in China Series A: Mathematics

, Volume 48, Supplement 1, pp 168–179 | Cite as

Adiabatic paths and pseudoholomorphic curves

  • Armen G. Sergeev
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Abstract

We consider the (2+1)-dimensional Abelian Higgs model, governed by the GinzburgLandau action functional and describe the adiabatic limit construction for this model. Then we switch to the 4-dimensional case and show that the Taubes correspondence may be considered as a (2+2)-dimensional analogue of the adiabatic limit construction.

Keywords

adiabatic path Ginzburg-Landau equation Seiberg-Witten equation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Steklov Mathematical InstituteMoscowRussia

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