By Carlo Petronio
Those notes originate from a seminar held in Pisa in November and December 1996 together by way of Riccardo Benedetti, Paolo Lisca and me. the purpose of those notes is to provide a close facts of the next consequence because of Eliashberg and Thurston: THM allow M be a closed orientated 3-manifold and allow F be a cooriented C2-smooth codimension-1 foliation on M. imagine that (M,F) isn't diffeomorphic to the product foliation on S2xS1. Then arbitrarily as regards to F within the C0 topology there exist a good and a destructive C\infty touch constitution.
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