Differential Geometry byGuggenheimer

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Modern geometry is the title of a popular textbook by Dubrovin, Novikov, and Fomenko first published in 1979 (in Russian). A symplectic manifold is an almost symplectic manifold for which the symplectic form ω is closed: dω = 0. The informal style (just look at thetable of contents) and wealth of classical examples make this book apleasure to read. By looking at that planefield can you figure out how to move yourself up the y-axis without moving more than a tiny distance away from it?

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