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Compactness

  • Pierre Pansu
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Part of the Progress in Mathematics book series (PM, volume 117)

Abstract

In this chapter, we will be concerned with the space of J-holomorphic maps of compact Riemann surfaces (S, J s ) into a fixed compact almost complex manifold (V, J). Even if an upper bound on area is imposed, this space is not compact in general.

Keywords

Riemann Surface Homotopy Class Closed Geodesic Compact Surface Compact Riemann Surface 
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