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Handbook of Moduli

Volumes I, II, III

Gavril Farkas (editor) Ian Morrison (editor)

ISBN: 9781571462657

Publication Date: May 2013

Format: Paperback

The Handbook of Moduli, comprising three volumes, offers a multi-faceted survey of a rapidly developing subject aimed not just at specialists but at a broad community of producers of algebraic geometry, and even at some consumers from cognate areas.

The thirty-five articles in the Handbook, written by fifty leading experts, cover nearly the entire range of the field. They reveal the relations between these many threads and explore their connections to other areas of algebraic geometry, number theory, differential geometry, and topology.

The goals of the Handbook are to introduce the techniques, examples, and results essential to each topic, and to say enough about recent developments to provide a gateway to the primary sources. Many articles are original treatments commissioned to bridge gaps in the literature and to make important problems accessible to a wide audience for the first time, and many others illustrate yogas and heuristics that experts use privately to guide intuition or simplify calculation, but that do not appear in published work aimed at other specialists.

This is a set comprising the following volumes:
  • Handbook of Moduli: Volume I (vol. 24 of the ALM series)
  • Handbook of Moduli: Volume II (vol. 25 of the ALM series)
  • Handbook of Moduli: Volume III (vol. 26 of the ALM series)
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The Handbook of Moduli, comprising three volumes, offers a multi-faceted survey of a rapidly developing subject aimed not just at specialists but at a broad community of producers of algebraic geometry, and even at some consumers from cognate areas.

The thirty-five articles in the Handbook, written by fifty leading experts, cover nearly the entire range of the field. They reveal the relations between these many threads and explore their connections to other areas of algebraic geometry, number theory, differential geometry, and topology.

The goals of the Handbook are to introduce the techniques, examples, and results essential to each topic, and to say enough about recent developments to provide a gateway to the primary sources. Many articles are original treatments commissioned to bridge gaps in the literature and to make important problems accessible to a wide audience for the first time, and many others illustrate yogas and heuristics that experts use privately to guide intuition or simplify calculation, but that do not appear in published work aimed at other specialists.

This is a set comprising the following volumes:
  • Handbook of Moduli: Volume I (vol. 24 of the ALM series)
  • Handbook of Moduli: Volume II (vol. 25 of the ALM series)
  • Handbook of Moduli: Volume III (vol. 26 of the ALM series)
Pages 277
Date Published 30 May 2013
Publisher International Press of Boston, Inc
Subject/s Mathematics  
Gavril Farkas, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin, Germany.

Ian Morrison, Fordham University, New York.

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