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Relative contact homology

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The Homology Search

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Application of good pair Homology

In mathematics, in the area of symplectic topology, relative contact homology is an invariant of spaces together with a chosen subspace. Namely, it is associated to a contact manifold and one of its Legendrian submanifolds. It is a part of a more general invariant known as symplectic field theory, and is defined using pseudoholomorphic curves.
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    • Legendrian knots 

    • Higher-dimensional legendrian submanifolds