By Robert Penner, Dieter Kotschick, Takashi Tsuboi, Nariya Kawazumi, Teruaki Kitano
This quantity comprises chosen paper on contemporary tendencies and leads to the examine of varied teams of diffeomorphisms, together with mapping category teams, from the perspective of algebraic and differential topology, in addition to dynamical ones related to foliations and symplectic or touch diffeomorphisms. many of the authors have been invited audio system or members of the foreign Symposium on teams of Diffeomorphisms 2006, which was once held on the collage of Tokyo (Komaba) in September 2006.
This quantity is devoted to Professor Shigeyuki Morita at the social gathering of his sixtieth anniversary. We think that the scope of this quantity good displays Shigeyuki Morita's mathematical pursuits. we are hoping this quantity to motivate not just the experts in those fields but additionally a much broader viewers of mathematicians.
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