Holomorphic curves in exploded manifolds: Kuranishi structure

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Parker, Brett;
  • Subject: Mathematics - Symplectic Geometry
    arxiv: Mathematics::Algebraic Geometry | Mathematics::Differential Geometry | Mathematics::Complex Variables | Mathematics::Symplectic Geometry

This paper constructs a Kuranishi structure for the moduli stack of holomorphic curves in exploded manifolds. To avoid some technicalities of abstract Kuranishi structures, we embed our Kuranishi structure inside a moduli stack of curves. The construction also works for... View more
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