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Book DetailsAmerican Mathematical Society Translations  Series 2Advances in the Mathematical SciencesVolume: 221; 2007; 211 ppMSC: Primary 00; Secondary 37
The Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics (ITEP) is internationally recognized for achievements in various branches of theoretical physics. For many years, the seminars at ITEP have been among the main centers of scientific life in Moscow. This volume is a collection of articles by participants of the seminar on mathematical physics that has been held at ITEP since 1983. This is the second such collection; the first was published in the same series, AMS Translations, Series 2, vol. 191.
The papers in the volume are devoted to several mathematical topics that strongly influenced modern theoretical physics. Among these topics are cohomology and representations of infinite Lie algebras and superalgebras, Hitchin and KnizhnikZamolodchikovBernard systems, and the theory of \(D\)modules.
The book is intended for graduate students and research mathematicians working in algebraic geometry, representation theory, and mathematical physics.
ReadershipGraduate students and research mathematicians interested in mathematical physics.

Table of Contents

Chapters

B. Enriquez and V. Rubtsov — HeckeTyurin parametrization of the Hitchin and KZB systems

B. Feigin, A. N. Kirillov and S. Loktev — Combinatorics and geometry of higher level Weyl modules

V. V. Fock — CoshGordon equation and quasiFuchsian groups

A. Gerasimov, S. Kharchev, D. Lebedev and S. Oblezin — On a class of representations of quantum groups and its applications

A. L. Gorodentsev, A. S. Khoroshkin and A. N. Rudakov — On syzygies of highest weight orbits

A. L. Gorodentsev and S. A. Kuleshov — On finest and modular tstabilities

D. Kaledin — Hochschild homology and Gabber’s theorem

Sergey Khoroshkin and Stanislav Pakuliak — Method of projections of Drinfeld currents

A. Levin and A. Zotov — On rational and elliptic forms and Painlevé VI equation

Yuri A. Neretin — Determinantal point processes and fermionic Fock space

Yuri A. Neretin — On adelic model of boson Fock space

Misha Verbitsky — Hypercomplex manifolds with trivial canonical bundle and their holonomy


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The Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics (ITEP) is internationally recognized for achievements in various branches of theoretical physics. For many years, the seminars at ITEP have been among the main centers of scientific life in Moscow. This volume is a collection of articles by participants of the seminar on mathematical physics that has been held at ITEP since 1983. This is the second such collection; the first was published in the same series, AMS Translations, Series 2, vol. 191.
The papers in the volume are devoted to several mathematical topics that strongly influenced modern theoretical physics. Among these topics are cohomology and representations of infinite Lie algebras and superalgebras, Hitchin and KnizhnikZamolodchikovBernard systems, and the theory of \(D\)modules.
The book is intended for graduate students and research mathematicians working in algebraic geometry, representation theory, and mathematical physics.
Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in mathematical physics.

Chapters

B. Enriquez and V. Rubtsov — HeckeTyurin parametrization of the Hitchin and KZB systems

B. Feigin, A. N. Kirillov and S. Loktev — Combinatorics and geometry of higher level Weyl modules

V. V. Fock — CoshGordon equation and quasiFuchsian groups

A. Gerasimov, S. Kharchev, D. Lebedev and S. Oblezin — On a class of representations of quantum groups and its applications

A. L. Gorodentsev, A. S. Khoroshkin and A. N. Rudakov — On syzygies of highest weight orbits

A. L. Gorodentsev and S. A. Kuleshov — On finest and modular tstabilities

D. Kaledin — Hochschild homology and Gabber’s theorem

Sergey Khoroshkin and Stanislav Pakuliak — Method of projections of Drinfeld currents

A. Levin and A. Zotov — On rational and elliptic forms and Painlevé VI equation

Yuri A. Neretin — Determinantal point processes and fermionic Fock space

Yuri A. Neretin — On adelic model of boson Fock space

Misha Verbitsky — Hypercomplex manifolds with trivial canonical bundle and their holonomy