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# Lagrangian intersection Floer theory: anomaly and obstruction. Part I

AMS/IP Studies in Advanced Mathematics, v.46,1 (2009)

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**ABSTRACT:**We prove that the inverse of a mirror map for a toric Calabi-Yau manifold of the form $K_Y$, where $Y$ is a compact toric Fano manifold, can be expressed in terms of generating functions of genus 0 open Gromov-Witten invariants defined by Fukaya-Oh-Ohta-Ono \cite{FOOO10}. Such a relation between mirror maps and disk counting invariants was first conjectured by Gross and Siebert \cite[Conjecture 0.2 and Remark 5.1]{GS11} as part of their program, and was later formulated in terms of Fukaya-Oh-Ohta-Ono's invariants in the toric Calabi-Yau case in \cite[Conjecture 1.1]{CLL12}.Advances in Mathematics 09/2013; 244:605 - 625. · 1.37 Impact Factor - [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]

**ABSTRACT:**It is known that Lagrangian torus fibers of the moment map of a toric Fano manifold $X$, equipped with flat $U(1)$-connections, are mirror to matrix factorizations of the mirror superpotential $W:\check{X}\rightarrow\bC$. Via SYZ mirror transformations, we describe how this correspondence, when $X$ is $\bP^1$ or $\bP^2$, can be explained in a geometric way.Advanced Lectures in Mathematics. 07/2012; 21:203 - 224. - [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]

**ABSTRACT:**We calculate the self-Floer cohomology with Z/2 coefficients of some immersed Lagrangian spheres in the affine symplectic submanifolds of C^3 that are smoothings of A_N surfaces. The immersed spheres are exact and graded. Moreover, they satisfy a positivity assumption that allows us to calculate the Floer cohomology as follows: Given auxiliary data a Morse function on S^2 and a time-dependent almost complex structure, the Floer cochain complex is the Morse complex plus two generators for each self-intersection point of the Lagrangian sphere. The Floer differential is defined by counting combinations of Morse flow lines and holomorphic strips. Using a Lefschetz fibration allows us to explicitly calculate all holomorphic strips and describe the Floer differential. For most of the immersed spheres the Floer differential is zero (with Z/2-coefficients).11/2013;

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