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は、桐生市、群馬県に生まれる。ここで彼の主な学校は、武蔵のカレッジや大学を卒業した後、東京に昇格。
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accepted | Question about the Aganagic-Vafa A-brane |
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I have actually read your paper mentioned above several month ago, this is inspiring and of great importance for SYZ mirror symmetry, and can also be viewed as an example of the compactification of positive Lagrangian fibrations, which is introduced in your famous Topological Mirror Symmetry. On the other hand, it should also be viewed as an example of the almost toric fibration in the sense of Leung-Symington in higher dimensions. This seems very interesting. |
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Thank you very much for your answer. I'm sorry that I didn't write the question clearly, I have refined it now. Your answer is very helpful for me. I think the problem is that in the paper of Fang and Liu, they didn't require the Aganagic-Vafa A-brane to be contained in a generic singular fiber, but they still claim that the topology of the fiber should be $\mathbb{C}\times S^1$, this is not correct. |
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asked | Question about the Aganagic-Vafa A-brane |
Nov 18 |
accepted | What is the moduli of an algebraic torus |
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asked | What is the moduli of an algebraic torus |
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When is a holomorphic tangent bundle stable?
Maybe you can use the Yang-Mills interpretation of a Hermitian-Einstein connection. |
Oct 29 |
accepted | Interesting results for open Riemann surfaces |
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asked | Interesting results for open Riemann surfaces |
Sep 21 |
accepted | Collapsing of Riemannian manifolds with a group action |
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Collapsing of Riemannian manifolds with a group action
Of course. The sequence $M_j$ is obtained by changing the metric on $M$. |
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Collapsing of Riemannian manifolds with a group action
Collapsing in the Gromov-Hausdorff sense. |
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asked | Collapsing of Riemannian manifolds with a group action |
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Can Euler Class be defined by the Splitting Principle for Real Vector Bundles?
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