NSF/CBMS Regional Conference in Mathematical Sciences: Hodge Theory,
Complex Geometry, and Representation Theory held at Texas Christian
University, Fort Worth, Texas, June 18-22, 2012
Research partially supported by
National Science Foundation Grant DMS-1068974
2010 Mathematics Subject Classification. Primary 14M15, 17B56, 22D10, 32G20, 32M10,
14D07, 14M17, 17B45, 20G99, 22E45, 22E46, 22F30, 32N10, 32L25, 32Q28, 53C30.
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Griﬃths, Phillip, 1938–
Hodge theory, complex geometry, and representaion theory / Mark Green, Phillip Griﬃths,
p. cm. — (CBMS Regional conference in mathematics ; number 118)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. Hodge theory. 2. Geometry, Differential. I. Title.
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