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We show a natural relation between the monodromy formula for focus-focus singularities of integrable Hamiltonian systems and a formula of Duistermaat-Heckman, and extend the main results of our previous note on focus-focus singularities ($\bbS^1$-action, monodromy, and topological classification) to the degenerate case. We also consider the non-Hamiltonian case, local normal forms, etc.

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In this paper the local singularities of integrable Hamiltonian systems with two degrees of freedom are studied. The topological obstruction to the existence of focus-focus singularity with given complexity was found. It has been showed that only simple focus-focus singularities can appear in a typical mechanical system. The model examples of mechanical systems with complex focus-focus singularity are given.

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For a weighted quasihomogeneous two dimensional hypersurface singularity, we define a smoothing with unipotent monodromy and an isolated graded normal singularity. We study the natural weighted blow up of both the smoothing and the surface. In particular, we describe our construction for the quasihomogeneous singularities of type I, the 14 unimodal exceptional singularities and we relate it to their stable replacement.

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This is a note on toroidalization, formulated as the problem of resolution of singularities of morphisms in the logarithmic category. It is submitted to the proceedings of the Barrett conference held at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in April 2002.

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We prove, assuming that the Bohr-Sommerfeld rules hold, that the joint spectrum near a focus-focus critical value of a quantum integrable system determines the classical Lagrangian foliation around the full focus-focus leaf. The result applies, for instance, to h-pseudodifferential operators, and to Berezin-Toeplitz operators on prequantizable compact symplectic manifolds.

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This article gives a classification, up to symplectic equivalence, of singular Lagrangian foliations given by a completely integrable system of a 4-dimensional symplectic manifold, in a full neighbourhood of a singular leaf of focus-focus (=nodal) type.

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We study the symplectic geometry of the Jaynes-Cummings-Gaudin model with $n=2m-1$ spins. We show that there are focus-focus singularities of maximal Williamson type $(0,0,m)$. We construct the linearized normal flows in the vicinity of such a point and show that soliton type solutions extend them globally on the critical torus. This allows us to compute the leading term in the Taylor expansion of the symplectic invariants and the monodromy associated to this singularity.

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We discuss the relation between transposition mirror symmetry of Berlund and H\"ubsch for bimodal singularities and polar duality of Batyrev for associated toric K3 hypersurfaces. We also show that homological mirror symmetry for singularities implies the geometric construction of Coxeter-Dynkin diagrams of bimodal singularities by Ebeling and Ploog.

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This is a short note on the relation between the graded stable derived categories of 14 exceptional unimodal singularities and the derived category of K3 surfaces obtained as compactifications of the Milnor fibers. As a corollary, we obtain a basis of the numerical Grothendieck group similar to the one given by Ebeling and Ploog (arXiv:0809.2738).

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The $\delta-$singularities of the electric and magnetic fields in the static case are established based on the regularized $\delta_\eps(\rvec)$ function introduced by Jackson.