By Toshiki Mabuchi, Shigeru Mukai
This quantity includes papers awarded on the twenty seventh Taniguchi foreign Symposium, held in Sanda, Japan - targeting the learn of moduli areas of assorted geometric items resembling Einstein metrics, conformal constructions, and Yang-Mills connections from algebraic and analytic issues of view.;Written through over 15 experts from world wide, Einstein Metrics and Yang-Mills Connections...: discusses present issues in Kaehler geometry, together with Kaehler-Einstein metrics, Hermitian-Einstein connections and a brand new Kaehler model of Kawamata-Viehweg's vanishing theorem; explores algebraic geometric remedies of holomorphic vector bundles on curves and surfaces; addresses nonlinear difficulties regarding Mong-Ampere and Yamabe-type equations in addition to nonlinear equations in mathematical physics; and covers interdisciplinary subject matters comparable to twistor conception, magnetic monopoles, KP-equations, Einstein and Gibbons-Hawking metrics, and supercommutative algebras of superdifferential operators.;Providing a wide range of unique learn articles now not released somewhere else Einstein Metrics and Yang-Mills Connections is for learn mathematicians, together with topologists and differential and algebraic geometers, theoretical physicists, and graudate-level scholars in those disciplines.
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