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Symplectic Camel

Now, why do we refer to a symplectic camel in the title of this paper? This is because one can restate Gromov’s theorem in the following way: there is no way to deform a phase space ball using canonical transformations in such a way that we can make it pass through a hole in a plane of conjugate coordinates xj ,pj if the area of that hole is smaller than that of the cross-section of that ball

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