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The Quantum Orbifold Cohomology of Weighted Projective Spaces
, 2007
"... We calculate the small quantum orbifold cohomology of arbitrary weighted projective spaces. We generalize Givental’s heuristic argument, which relates small quantum cohomology to S 1equivariant Floer cohomology of loop space, to weighted projective spaces and use this to conjecture an explicit for ..."
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We calculate the small quantum orbifold cohomology of arbitrary weighted projective spaces. We generalize Givental’s heuristic argument, which relates small quantum cohomology to S 1equivariant Floer cohomology of loop space, to weighted projective spaces and use this to conjecture an explicit formula for the small Jfunction, a generating function for certain genuszero Gromov–Witten invariants. We prove this conjecture using a method due to Bertram. This provides the first nontrivial example of a family of orbifolds of arbitrary dimension for which the small quantum orbifold cohomology is known. In addition we obtain formulas for the small Jfunctions of weighted projective complete intersections satisfying a combinatorial condition; this condition
Towards an enumerative geometry of the moduli space of twisted curves and rth roots
, 2008
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A REPRESENTATIONVALUED RELATIVE RIEMANNHURWITZ THEOREM AND THE HURWITZHODGE BUNDLE
, 810
"... Abstract. We provide a formula describing the Gmodule structure of the HurwitzHodge bundle for admissible Gcovers in terms of the Hodge bundle of the base curve, and more generally, for describing the Gmodule structure of the pushforward to the base of any sheaf on a family of admissible Gcove ..."
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Abstract. We provide a formula describing the Gmodule structure of the HurwitzHodge bundle for admissible Gcovers in terms of the Hodge bundle of the base curve, and more generally, for describing the Gmodule structure of the pushforward to the base of any sheaf on a family of admissible Gcovers. This formula can be interpreted as a representationringvalued relative RiemannHurwitz formula for families of admissible Gcovers. Contents
Logarithmic stable maps
"... Abstract. We introduce the notion of a logarithmic stable map from a minimal log prestable curve to a log twisted semistable variety of form xy = 0. We study the compactification of the moduli spaces of such maps and provide a perfect obstruction theory, applicable to the moduli spaces of (un)ramif ..."
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Abstract. We introduce the notion of a logarithmic stable map from a minimal log prestable curve to a log twisted semistable variety of form xy = 0. We study the compactification of the moduli spaces of such maps and provide a perfect obstruction theory, applicable to the moduli spaces of (un)ramified stable maps and stable relative maps. As an application, we obtain a modular desingularization of the main component of Kontsevich’s moduli space of elliptic stable maps to a projective space. 1.
GROMOVWITTEN THEORY OF PRODUCT STACKS
, 905
"... Abstract. Let X1 and X2 be smooth proper DeligneMumford stacks with projective coarse moduli spaces. We prove a formula for orbifold GromovWitten invariants of the product stack X1 × X2 in terms of GromovWitten invariants of the factors X1 and X2. As an application, we deduce a decomposition resu ..."
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Abstract. Let X1 and X2 be smooth proper DeligneMumford stacks with projective coarse moduli spaces. We prove a formula for orbifold GromovWitten invariants of the product stack X1 × X2 in terms of GromovWitten invariants of the factors X1 and X2. As an application, we deduce a decomposition result for GromovWitten theory of trivial gerbes.
THE SPACES OF LAURENT POLYNOMIALS, GROMOVWITTEN THEORY OF P 1ORBIFOLDS, AND INTEGRABLE HIERARCHIES
, 2007
"... Abstract. Let Mk,m be the space of Laurent polynomials in one variable x k +t1x k−1 +...tk+mx −m, where k, m ≥ 1 are fixed integers and tk+m ̸ = 0. According to B. Dubrovin [11], Mk,m can be equipped with a semisimple Frobenius structure. In this paper we prove that the corresponding descendent and ..."
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Abstract. Let Mk,m be the space of Laurent polynomials in one variable x k +t1x k−1 +...tk+mx −m, where k, m ≥ 1 are fixed integers and tk+m ̸ = 0. According to B. Dubrovin [11], Mk,m can be equipped with a semisimple Frobenius structure. In this paper we prove that the corresponding descendent and ancestor potentials of Mk,m (defined as in [16]) satisfy Hirota quadratic equations (HQE for short). Let Ck,m be the orbifold obtained from P 1 by cutting small discs D1 ∼ = {z  ≤ ǫ} and D2 ∼ = {z −1  ≤ ǫ} around z = 0 and z = ∞ and gluing back the orbifolds D1/Zk and D2/Zm in the obvious way. We show that the orbifold quantum cohomology of Ck,m coincides with Mk,m as Frobenius manifolds. Modulo some yettobeclarified details, this implies that the descendent (respectively the ancestor) potential of Mk,m is a generating function for the descendent (respectively ancestor) orbifold Gromov–Witten invariants of Ck,m. There is a certain similarity between our HQE and the Lax operators of the Extended bigraded Toda hierarchy, introduced by G. Carlet in [7]. Therefore, it is plausible that our HQE characterize the taufunctions of this hierarchy and we expect that the Extended bigraded Toda hierarchy governs the Gromov–Witten theory of Ck,m. 1.
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"... In this paper we calculate the small quantum orbifold cohomology ring of weighted projective space Pw = P(w0,...,wn). Our approach is essentially due to Givental [21–23]. We begin with a heuristic argument relating the quantum cohomology of Pw to the S1equivariant ..."
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In this paper we calculate the small quantum orbifold cohomology ring of weighted projective space Pw = P(w0,...,wn). Our approach is essentially due to Givental [21–23]. We begin with a heuristic argument relating the quantum cohomology of Pw to the S1equivariant
4.5. Proof of Theorem 4.6 41 5.
"... In this paper we calculate the small quantum orbifold cohomology ring of weighted projective space Pw = P(w0,...,wn). Our approach is essentially due to Givental [21–23]. We begin with a heuristic argument relating the quantum cohomology of Pw to the S1equivariant ..."
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In this paper we calculate the small quantum orbifold cohomology ring of weighted projective space Pw = P(w0,...,wn). Our approach is essentially due to Givental [21–23]. We begin with a heuristic argument relating the quantum cohomology of Pw to the S1equivariant
4.5. Proof of Theorem 4.6 41 5.
"... In this paper we calculate the small quantum orbifold cohomology ring of weighted projective space Pw = P(w0,...,wn). Our approach is essentially due to Givental [21–23]. We begin with a heuristic argument relating the quantum cohomology of Pw to the S1equivariant ..."
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In this paper we calculate the small quantum orbifold cohomology ring of weighted projective space Pw = P(w0,...,wn). Our approach is essentially due to Givental [21–23]. We begin with a heuristic argument relating the quantum cohomology of Pw to the S1equivariant
STRONG RATIONAL CONNECTEDNESS OF SURFACES
, 810
"... Abstract. This paper focuses on the study of the strong rational connectedness of smooth rationally connected surfaces. In particular, we show that the smooth locus of a log del Pezzo surface is strongly rationally connected. This confirms a conjecture due to Hassett and Tschinkel in [HT08]. Content ..."
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Abstract. This paper focuses on the study of the strong rational connectedness of smooth rationally connected surfaces. In particular, we show that the smooth locus of a log del Pezzo surface is strongly rationally connected. This confirms a conjecture due to Hassett and Tschinkel in [HT08]. Contents