# Chern Numbers And Rozansky-witten Invariants Of Compact by Marc Nieper Wibkirchen

By Marc Nieper Wibkirchen

This precise e-book bargains with the speculation of Rozansky-Witten invariants, brought by means of L Rozansky and E Witten in 1997. It covers the most recent advancements in a space the place study remains to be very energetic and promising. With a bankruptcy on compact hyper-Kähler manifolds, the publication incorporates a specified dialogue at the functions of the overall thought to the 2 major instance sequence of compact hyper-Kähler manifolds: the Hilbert schemes of issues on a K3 floor and the generalized Kummer kinds.

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