a topological characterisation of holomorphic parabolic

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Categorical representation and character theory

Spectral theory Theorem (After interpretation) 1 Character theory of topological G-representations is controlled by the (holomorphic) Lagrangian geometry of BFM(G_) 2 BFM(G_) is foliated by complete family of irreducible G-categories coming from the Toda integrable system 3 The G-representations 'are' the Gromov-Witten theories of G- ag varieties (Borel-Weil constru

Homological Mirror Symmetry and Topological Recursion

Titles and Abstracts J E Andersen: Geometric recursion Abstract: We shall review the geometric recursion and its relation to topological recursion In particular we shall consider the target theory of continuous functions on Teichmller spaces and we shall exhibit a number of classes of mapping class group invariant functions which satisfies the geometric recursion

Mirror Symmetry and Related Topics University of Miami

In the first talk I will present a holomorphic description of the limiting oper and its geometry The count of lattice points of the character variety ie representations from the fundamental group a punctured Riemann Surface to a finite group G is a 2D TQFT for the center of the group algebra of G

Topological vector space

In mathematics a topological vector space (also called a linear topological space and commonly abbreviated TVS or t v s ) is one of the basic structures investigated in functional analysis A topological vector space is a vector space (an algebraic structure) which is also a topological space the latter thereby admitting a notion of continuity More specifically its topological space has a

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4 7 Topological Conjugacy and Equivalence

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A topological characterisation of holomorphic parabolic

Inthis paper we prove that the negation of Gambaudo-P'ecou propertycharacterises the topological dynamics of holomorphic parabolic germs As aconsequence a rotation set for germs of surface homeomorphisms around a fixedpoint can be defined and it will turn out to be non trivial except forcountably many conjugacy classes

Categorical representation and character theory

Spectral theory Theorem (After interpretation) 1 Character theory of topological G-representations is controlled by the (holomorphic) Lagrangian geometry of BFM(G_) 2 BFM(G_) is foliated by complete family of irreducible G-categories coming from the Toda integrable system 3 The G-representations 'are' the Gromov-Witten theories of G- ag varieties (Borel-Weil constru

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AMS :: Transactions of the American Mathematical Society

Marco Abate Iteration theory of holomorphic maps on taut manifolds Research and Lecture Notes in Mathematics Complex Analysis and Geometry Mediterranean Press Rende 1989 MR 1098711 Dov Aharonov Mark Elin Simeon Reich and David Shoikhet Parametric representations of semi-complete vector fields on the unit balls in 퐶ⁿ and in Hilbert space Atti Accad

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A HILBERT BUNDLE CHARACTERIZATION OF HILBERT C*

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For a smooth projective variety X the analytic index of a holomorphic vector bundle Vcan be defined as the alternating sum ˜ XIV/of its sheaf cohomologies This agrees with the topological index of V defined by the Gysin map to a point in topological K-theory The construction extends to certain well-behaved Artin stacks

A HILBERT BUNDLE CHARACTERIZATION OF HILBERT C*

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Quasiconformal Homeomorphisms and Dynamics III: The

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Definition 1 A unitary character χ of Nis said to be non-degenerate if dχ(Y) = iB(x Y) for Y ∈ θn and Ad(P)xis open in n In other words the orbit of xis a Richardson element in n C We note that there exist parabolic groups such that there are no such non-degenerate characters of

TOPOLOGICAL MODULI SPACE FOR GERMS OF

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Homological Mirror Symmetry and Topological Recursion

Titles and Abstracts J E Andersen: Geometric recursion Abstract: We shall review the geometric recursion and its relation to topological recursion In particular we shall consider the target theory of continuous functions on Teichmller spaces and we shall exhibit a number of classes of mapping class group invariant functions which satisfies the geometric recursion

Admissible Representations and Geometry of Flag Manifolds

I:aEI+ {Ja represents the holomorphic tangent space Now fix that structure and let E it() be integral that is e- is a well defined character of T View e as a representation ofT on a 1-dimensional vector space E and let lE ---- G jT de-note the associated homogeneous holomorphic hermitian line bundle We write

HOLOMORPHIC CONTINUATION OF GENERALIZED JACQUET

Definition 1 A unitary character χ of Nis said to be non-degenerate if dχ(Y) = iB(x Y) for Y ∈ θn and Ad(P)xis open in n In other words the orbit of xis a Richardson element in n C We note that there exist parabolic groups such that there are no such non-degenerate characters of