Monge–Ampère Grassmannians, Characteristic Classes and All That
We study the topology of integral Monge–Ampère grassmannians and related characteristic classes.
V. L. and V. R. express their deep thanks to the organisers of the Summer School ‘Wisla 2018’ and personally to Jerzy Szmit for a very stimulating summer school and for excellent working conditions. We are grateful to all participants for useful and fruitful discussions and inspiring atmosphere during the School.1 During preparation of the material, V. R. was partly supported by the project IPaDEGAN (H2020-MSCA-RISE-2017), Grant Number 778010, and by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research under the Grants RFBR 18-01-00461 and 19-51-53014 GFEN. The research of V. L. was partly supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research under RFBR Grant 18-29-10013.
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