By Alejandro Adem, Jack Morava, Yongbin Ruan
This e-book publishes papers initially offered at a convention at the Mathematical facets of Orbifold String conception, hosted through the collage of Wisconsin-Madison. It features a good deal of knowledge now not absolutely lined within the released literature and showcases the present state-of-the-art in orbital string conception. the topic of orbifolds has an extended prehistory, going again to the paintings of Thurston and Haefliger, with roots within the conception of manifolds, workforce activities, and foliations. the new explosion of task at the subject has been powered through purposes of orbifolds to moduli difficulties and quantum box theory.The current quantity provides an interdisciplinary examine orbifold difficulties. subject matters corresponding to stacks, vertex operator algebras, branes, groupoids, K-theory and quantum cohomology are mentioned. The e-book displays the considering special investigators operating within the parts of mathematical physics, algebraic geometry, algebraic topology, symplectic geometry and illustration idea. through proposing the paintings of a wide diversity of mathematicians and physicists who use and learn orbifolds, it familiarizes readers with a few of the issues of view and kinds of effects the researchers convey to the topic
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