By Ricardo Castano-bernard, Yan Soibelman, Ilia Zharkov

This quantity includes contributions from the NSF-CBMS convention on Tropical Geometry and replicate Symmetry, which used to be held from December 13-17, 2008 at Kansas kingdom collage in new york, Kansas. It supplies a good photo of diverse connections of reflect symmetry with different parts of arithmetic (especially with algebraic and symplectic geometry) in addition to with different parts of mathematical physics. The suggestions and techniques utilized by the authors of the quantity are on the frontier of this very lively quarter of research.|This quantity comprises contributions from the NSF-CBMS convention on Tropical Geometry and replicate Symmetry, which used to be held from December 13-17, 2008 at Kansas country college in big apple, Kansas. It provides a superb photograph of diverse connections of reflect symmetry with different parts of arithmetic (especially with algebraic and symplectic geometry) in addition to with different components of mathematical physics. The strategies and techniques utilized by the authors of the amount are on the frontier of this very energetic region of study

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We put CF (L) = C(L; Q) ⊗Q Λ(L). We deﬁne mk : Bk CF (L)[1] → Bk CF [1] by mk,β ⊗ [β]. mk = β∈π2 (M,L) Then it follows that the map mk : Bk CF (L)[1] → CF (L)[1] is well-deﬁned, has degree 1 and continuous with respect to non-Archimedean topology. We extend mk as a coderivation mk : BCF [1] → BCF [1] where BCF (L)[1] is the completion of the direct sum ⊕∞ k=0 Bk CF (L)[1] where Bk CF (L)[1] itself is the completion of 38 24 K. -G. OH, H. OHTA, K. ONO CF (L)[1]⊗k . 4. Finally we take the sum ∞ mk : BCF (L)[1] → BCF (L)[1].

6 are not necessarily unique (even up to homotopy). It is rather complicated to describe how many there are. ) The following deﬁnition can be used to study the gluing formulas of symplectic areas and Maslov indices of pseudo-holomorphic polygons that enter in the construction of the anchored version of Fukaya category. 7. Let R be a module. We say a collection of maps I = {Ik : π2ad (E; p) → R}∞ k=1 an abstract index over the collection of anchored Lagrangian chains E, if they satisfy the following gluing rule: whenever the gluing is deﬁned, we have k − − − Ik+1 ([w01 ]# · · · #[w(k−1)k ]#[wk0 ]) = − I1 ([wi(i+1) ]).

We call such a pair (γ, λ) a graded anchor of L (relative to (y, Vy )) and a triple (L, γ, λ) a graded anchored Lagrangian submanifold. 5. We remark that a notion similar to the graded anchor also appears in Welschinger’s recent work [W]. Let (L0 , γ0 , λ0 ) and (L1 , γ1 , λ1 ) be graded anchored Lagrangian submanifolds relative to (y, Vy ). Assume that L0 and L1 intersect transversely. 1) λ01 (t) = λ0 (1 − 2t) t ≤ 1/2 λ1 (2t − 1) t ≥ 1/2. 2). 2). 3. 2). Choose a symplectic trivialization Φ = (π, φ) : w∗ T M → [0, 1]2 × Tp M ∼ = [0, 1]2 × R2n where π : ∗ 2 ∗ w T M → [0, 1] and φ : w T M → Tp M are the corresponding projections to [0, 1]2 Φ and Tp M respectively.