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1. 5. A submanifold ~ of an almost-Kahler manifold (X, w, J, g) is symplectic if the restriction win: is a symplectic form on ~- The submanifold is J-holomorphic (or pseudo-holomorphic) if T~ is]invariant, that is, v E T~ :::; T X implies Jv E T~. The submanifold L c X is Lagrangian if wiL = 0. Finally, L C X is totally real if T,L n JT,L = {0} for alll E L. 6. Recall that for a symplectic manifold (X,w) the product X x X with w x ( -w) is a symplectic manifold. } x X are symplectic submanifolds of (X x X,w x (-w)) while the diagonal { (x,x) EX I x EX} is Lagrangian.

A relative Kirby diagram of a cobordism from RIP3 to 8 3 is one rule we have to obey with handleslides and cancellations in such a cobordism: handles in X cannot be slid over handles in the cobordism W and handles in X cannot be cancelled against handles in W. On the other hand, we can obviously slide handles of W over handles of X. It is only a little more complicated to investigate homologies in cobordisms. Suppose that W is a given cobordism from Y1 to Y2. Fix a 4-manifold X with 8X = Y1, and suppose that it is given by attaching 2-handles to D 4 along a framed link L.

For the sake of simplicity, suppose furthermore that W is given by a single 2-handle attachment to Y1. Denote the 4-manifold XUWbyX'. 4. (a) Determine the homology class in H2(X'; Z) generating H 2(W, 8W; Z). ) (b) Determine the self-intersection Qw(a, a) of this generator. (c) Find a surface in W representing the above a E H2(W;Z). (Hint: Use the above computation to represent a E H2(X'; Z) with a surface. By adding extra handles make sure that the surface is disjoint from the cores of all the 2-handles defining X.

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