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Hamiltonian Cycles in Polyhedral Maps  [PDF]
Dipendu Maity,Ashish Kumar Upadhyay
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: We present a necessary and sufficient condition for existence of a contractible, non-separating and noncontractible separating Hamiltonian cycle in the edge graph of polyhedral maps on surfaces. In particular, we show the existence of contractible Hamiltonian cycle in equivelar triangulated maps. We also present an algorithm to construct such cycles whenever it exists.
Maximal Hamiltonian tori for polygon spaces  [PDF]
Jean-Claude Hausmann,Susan Tolman
Mathematics , 2002,
Abstract: We study the poset of Hamiltonian tori for polygon spaces. We determine some maximal elements and give examples where maximal Hamiltonian tori are not all of the same dimension.
Invariant tori for commuting Hamiltonian PDEs  [PDF]
D. Bambusi,C. Bardelle
Mathematics , 2008,
Abstract: We generalize to some PDEs a theorem by Nekhoroshev on the persistence of invariant tori in Hamiltonian systems with $r$ integrals of motion and $n$ degrees of freedom, $r\leq n$. The result we get ensures the persistence of an $r$-parameter family of $r$-dimensional invariant tori. The parameters belong to a Cantor-like set. The proof is based on the Lyapunof-Schmidt decomposition and on the standard implicit function theorem. Some of the persistent tori are resonant. We also give an application to the nonlinear wave equation with periodic boundary conditions on a segment and to a system of coupled beam equations. In the first case we construct 2 dimensional tori, while in the second case we construct 3 dimensional tori.
On Hamiltonian-Minimal Lagrangian Tori in CP^2  [PDF]
A. E. Mironov
Mathematics , 2006,
Abstract: We obtain some equations for Hamiltonian-minimal Lagrangian surfaces in CP^2 and give their particular solutions in the case of tori.
Hofer-Zehnder capacity and a Hamiltonian circle action with noncontractible orbits  [PDF]
Kei Irie
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: Let $(M,\omega)$ be an aspherical symplectic manifold, which is closed or convex. Let $U$ be an open set in $M$, which admits a circle action generated by an autonomous Hamiltonian $H \in C^\infty(U)$, such that each orbit of the circle action is not contractible in $M$. Under these assumptions, we prove that the Hofer-Zehnder capacity of $U$ is bounded by the Hofer norm of $H$. The proof uses a variant of the energy-capacity inequality, which is proved by the theory of action selectors.
Hamiltonian stationary Lagrangian tori contained in a hypersphere  [PDF]
Katsuhiro Moriya
Mathematics , 2007,
Abstract: The Clifford torus is a torus in a three-dimensional sphere. Homogeneous tori are simple generalization of the Clifford torus which still in a three-dimensional sphere. There is a way to construct tori in a three-dimensional sphere using the Hopf fibration. In this paper, all Hamiltonian stationary Lagrangian tori which is contained in a hypersphere in the complex Euclidean plane are constructed explicitly. Then it is shown that they are homogeneous tori. For the construction, flat quaternionic connections of Hamiltonian stationary Lagrangian tori are considered and a spectral curve of an associated family of them is used.
Hamiltonian Stationary Lagrangian Tori in Kaehler Manifolds  [PDF]
Adrian Butscher,Justin Corvino
Mathematics , 2008,
Abstract: A Hamiltonian stationary Lagrangian submanifold of a Kaehler manifold is a Lagrangian submanifold whose volume is stationary under Hamiltonian variations. We find a sufficient condition on the curvature of a Kaehler manifold of real dimension four that guarantees the existence of a family of small Hamiltonian stationary Lagrangian tori.
Contact Homology of Hamiltonian Mapping Tori  [PDF]
Oliver Fabert
Mathematics , 2006,
Abstract: This paper is concerned with the rational symplectic field theory in the Floer case. For this observe that in the general geometric setup for symplectic field theory the contact manifolds can be replaced by mapping tori of symplectic manifolds with symplectomorphisms. While the cylindrical contact homology is given by the Floer homologies of powers of the symplectomorphism, the other algebraic invariants of symplectic field theory provide natural generalizations of symplectic Floer homology. For symplectically aspherical manifolds and Hamiltonian symplectomorphisms we study the moduli spaces of rational curves and prove a transversality result, which does not need the polyfold theory by Hofer, Wysocki and Zehnder. Besides that our result shows that one does not get nontrivial operations on Floer homology from symplectic field theory, we use it to compute the full contact homology of the corresponding Hamiltonian mapping torus.
Persistence of Hyperbolic Tori in Generalized Hamiltonian Systems  [PDF]
Zhenxin Liu,Dalai Yihe,Qingdao Huang
Mathematics , 2006,
Abstract: In this paper we prove the persistence of hyperbolic invariant tori in generalized Hamiltonian systems, which may admit a distinct number of action and angle variables. The systems under consideration can be odd dimensional in tangent direction. Our results generalize the well-known results of Graff and Zehnder in standard Hamiltonians. In our case the unperturbed Hamiltonian systems may be degenerate. We also consider the persistence problem of hyperbolic tori on sub-manifolds.
Noncontractible periodic orbits in cotangent bundles and Floer homology  [PDF]
Joa Weber
Mathematics , 2004, DOI: 10.1215/S0012-7094-06-13334-3
Abstract: For every nontrivial free homotopy class $\alpha$ of loops in every closed connected Riemannian manifold $M$, we prove existence of a noncontractible 1-periodic orbit, for every compactly supported time-dependent Hamiltonian on the open unit cotangent bundle which is sufficiently large over the zero section. The proof shows that the Biran-Polterovich-Salamon capacity is finite for every closed connected Riemannian manifold and every free homotopy class of loops. This implies a dense existence theorem for periodic orbits on level hypersurfaces and, consequently, a refined version of the Weinstein conjecture: Existence of closed characteristics (one associated to each nontrivial $\alpha$) on hypersurfaces in $T^*M$ which are of contact type and contain the zero section.
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