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Book DetailsAMS/IP Studies in Advanced MathematicsVolume: 10; 1999; 312 ppMSC: Primary 14; Secondary 32; 81
This book presents surveys from a workshop held during the theme year in geometry and topology at the Centre de recherches mathématiques (CRM, University of Montréal). The volume is in some sense a sequel to Mirror Symmetry I (1998) and Mirror Symmetry II (1996), copublished by the AMS and International Press.
Included are recent developments in the theory of mirror manifolds and the related areas of complex and symplectic geometry. The long introductory articles explain the key physical ideas and motivation, namely conformal field theory, supersymmetry, and string theory. Open problems are emphasized. Thus the book provides an efficient way for a very broad audience of mathematicians and physicists to reach the frontier of research in this fast expanding area.
Features:
 Crucial research pertaining to future developments in algebraic and symplectic geometry and to the physics of unified string theories
 Wellknown authors who are leaders in the field
 Introductory article by Greene and Yau
 A solid and even blend of ideas and techniques from both mathematics and physics
Also available from the AMS is the related volume, Mirror Symmetry IV (2002).
Titles in this series are copublished with International Press of Boston, Inc., Cambridge, MA.
ReadershipGraduate students, research mathematicians and physicists working in mathematics and theoretical physics, especially in algebraic or complex geometry or conformal field theory.

Table of Contents

Chapters

Aspects of quantum geometry

Introduction to enumerative invariants

Compactified moduli spaces of pseudoholomorphic curves

Mirror symmetry for hyperKähler manifolds

Connecting the web: A prognosis

Strong coupling singularities and nonabelian gauge symmetries in $N = 2$ string theory

Remarks on (0,2) CalabiYau models

Relations among fixed point

An analytic discriminant for polarized algebraic $K3$ surfaces

Through the looking glass

An update on (small) quantum cohomology


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This book presents surveys from a workshop held during the theme year in geometry and topology at the Centre de recherches mathématiques (CRM, University of Montréal). The volume is in some sense a sequel to Mirror Symmetry I (1998) and Mirror Symmetry II (1996), copublished by the AMS and International Press.
Included are recent developments in the theory of mirror manifolds and the related areas of complex and symplectic geometry. The long introductory articles explain the key physical ideas and motivation, namely conformal field theory, supersymmetry, and string theory. Open problems are emphasized. Thus the book provides an efficient way for a very broad audience of mathematicians and physicists to reach the frontier of research in this fast expanding area.
Features:
 Crucial research pertaining to future developments in algebraic and symplectic geometry and to the physics of unified string theories
 Wellknown authors who are leaders in the field
 Introductory article by Greene and Yau
 A solid and even blend of ideas and techniques from both mathematics and physics
Also available from the AMS is the related volume, Mirror Symmetry IV (2002).
Titles in this series are copublished with International Press of Boston, Inc., Cambridge, MA.
Graduate students, research mathematicians and physicists working in mathematics and theoretical physics, especially in algebraic or complex geometry or conformal field theory.

Chapters

Aspects of quantum geometry

Introduction to enumerative invariants

Compactified moduli spaces of pseudoholomorphic curves

Mirror symmetry for hyperKähler manifolds

Connecting the web: A prognosis

Strong coupling singularities and nonabelian gauge symmetries in $N = 2$ string theory

Remarks on (0,2) CalabiYau models

Relations among fixed point

An analytic discriminant for polarized algebraic $K3$ surfaces

Through the looking glass

An update on (small) quantum cohomology