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On the Diameter of the Symplectomorphism Group of the Ball
It is shown that the diameter of the symplectomorphism group of the ball in ℝ2n is infinite.
KeywordsUnit Ball Incompressible Fluid Symplectic Manifold Symplectic Geometry Closed Unit Ball
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