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**On genericity for holomorphic curves in four-dimensional almost-complex manifolds.**
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Zbl 0911.53014

Let \((V,J)\) be an almost complex manifold of dimension four and \(C_0\subset (V,J)\) a pseudo-holomorphic curve without boundary. M. Gromov [Invent. Math. 82, 307-347 (1985; Zbl 0592.53025)] showed that the equation of these curves is elliptic and has a Fredholm index. He also proved that, if the Chern class \(c_1(C_0)\geq 1\), then the space of pseudo-holomorphic curves near \(C_0\) is a manifold of dimension equal the index. The purpose of this note is to give a proof of this theorem as well as corresponding one for a curve \(C_0\) with boundary.

Let \(C_0\subset V\) be a regular holomorphic curve with boundary \(\partial C_0\) in a totally real surface \(W\subset V\). In this paper, it is shown that, if the ambient Maslov number \(\mu (C_0,\partial C_0)\geq 1\), then the space of pseudo-holomorphic curves \((C,\partial C)\subset (V,W)\) near \((C_0,\partial C_0)\) is a manifold of dimension equal to the index.

Let \(C_0\subset V\) be a regular holomorphic curve with boundary \(\partial C_0\) in a totally real surface \(W\subset V\). In this paper, it is shown that, if the ambient Maslov number \(\mu (C_0,\partial C_0)\geq 1\), then the space of pseudo-holomorphic curves \((C,\partial C)\subset (V,W)\) near \((C_0,\partial C_0)\) is a manifold of dimension equal to the index.

### MSC:

53C15 | General geometric structures on manifolds (almost complex, almost product structures, etc.) |

35J60 | Nonlinear elliptic equations |

47A53 | (Semi-) Fredholm operators; index theories |

58J05 | Elliptic equations on manifolds, general theory |

30G20 | Generalizations of Bers and Vekua type (pseudoanalytic, \(p\)-analytic, etc.) |

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\textit{H. Hofer} et al., J. Geom. Anal. 7, No. 1, 149--159 (1997; Zbl 0911.53014)

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