Symplectomorphism

In mathematics, a symplectomorphism is an isomorphism in the category of symplectic manifolds.

Read more about Symplectomorphism:  Formal Definition, Flows, The Group of (Hamiltonian) Symplectomorphisms, Comparison With Riemannian Geometry, Quantizations, Arnold Conjecture

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Canonical Quantization - Mathematical Quantization
... described by an element of a symplectic manifold with the time evolution given by the symplectomorphism generated by a Hamiltonian function over the symplectic manifold ... With respect to such a unitary representation, a symplectomorphism in the classical theory would now deform to a (metaplectic) unitary transformation ... In particular, the time evolution symplectomorphism generated by the classical Hamiltonian deforms to a unitary transformation generated by the corresponding quantum Hamiltonian ...
Symplectomorphism - Arnold Conjecture
... relates the minimum number of fixed points for a Hamiltonian symplectomorphism ƒ on M, in case M is a closed manifold, to Morse theory ...
Symplectic Floer Homology
... to a symplectic manifold and a nondegenerate symplectomorphism of it ... If the symplectomorphism is Hamiltonian, the homology arises from studying the symplectic action functional on the (universal cover of the) free loop space of a symplectic manifold ... invariant under Hamiltonian isotopy of the symplectomorphism ...