The Moser isotopy for holomorphic symplectic and C-symplectic structures
A C-symplectic structure is a complex-valued 2-form which is holomorphically symplectic for an appropriate complex structure. We prove an analogue of Moser's isotopy theorem for families of C-symplectic structures and list several applications of this result. We prove that the degenerate twistorial deformation associated to a holomorphic Lagrangian fibration is locally trivial over the base of this fibration. This is used to extend several theorems about Lagrangian fibrations, known for projective hyperkähler manifolds, to the non-projective case. We also exhibit new examples of non-compact complex manifolds with infinitely many pairwise non-birational algebraic compactifications.
- Pub Date:
- September 2021
- Mathematics - Algebraic Geometry;
- Mathematics - Differential Geometry
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