# Elliptic Genera and Vertex Operator Super-Algebras (Lecture

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Students are led to improve their program, and as a result improve their understanding. D. thesis defense, University of Pennsylvania, Apr. 13, 2009. The term ‘rectifying’ used for this consecutive generators, the original curve becomes a straight line. Here, we complete the analysis of all pieces of Lau and Zhou's functions, inspired by and extending recent work of Alexandrov, Banerjee, Manschot, and Pioline on functions such as those that arose in the earlier study of Lau and Zhou's work.

Pages: 302

Publisher: Springer; 1999 edition (November 15, 1999)

ISBN: 3540660062

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