# Encyclopedia Of Mathematical Physics. I-O by Francoise,Naber By Francoise,Naber

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The sharp second constants depend on the manifold Àp=n and are given by B0 = Bp = Vg , where Vg is the volume of (M, g). A typical question in the AB program is to know whether or not we can take A or B to be the sharp constants in  and, similarly, whether or not we can take A0 or B0 to be the sharp constants in . Another typical question in the AB program is whether or not there are nonzero extremal functions for the saturated form of the sharp inequalities when they are valid. Concerning the B-part of the program, the sharp inequality  À1=n is true on any manifold, and constant with B = Vg functions are extremal functions.

Ni= 1 dpi ^ dqi = d, where  = ni= 1 pi ^ dqi . The same formula for ! holds locally in T Ã Q for any finite-dimensional Q (Darboux’s lemma). For the infinite-dimensional example P = V Â V Ã , the symplectic form ! ((’1 , 1 ), (’2 , 2 )) = h’1 , 2 i À h’2 , 1 i. Again, these two formulas for ! are identical if V = Rn . ½7 where the prime denotes differentiation with respect to ’, which imply the wave equation @ ’ ¼ r2 ’ À F0 ð’Þ @t2 bundle (phase space) of a manifold Q (configuration space).

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