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Bauer and Furuta have introduced a refinement of the Seiberg-Witten invariant, vanish on connected sums, these invariants do not and are able to distinguish between invariants and some necessary homotopy theory. The subject of this program is the topic of moduli spaces and their connections with different areas of mathematics and physics. For example, in Figure 1 on page 1898, each of the two shapes has five points: a through e. Letter topology has some practical relevance in stencil typography.

Pages: 110

Publisher: Springer-Verlag; 1st edition (1971)

ISBN: 0387057153

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