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Lecture# Bulky Hamiltonian isotopies

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This lecture explores the concept of bulky Hamiltonian isotopies of Lagrangian tori, discussing the amount of space needed for Ham. isotopics and applications. The lecture covers basic examples, intrad, and complete Lionville flows.

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