By Cortes V. (ed.)
The aim of this guide is to provide an outline of a few fresh advancements in differential geometry concerning supersymmetric box theories. the most topics coated are: detailed geometry and supersymmetry Generalized geometry Geometries with torsion Para-geometries Holonomy idea Symmetric areas and areas of continuing curvature Conformal geometry Wave equations on Lorentzian manifolds D-branes and K-theory The meant viewers comprises complicated scholars and researchers operating in differential geometry, string thought, and similar components. The emphasis is on geometrical constructions happening on track areas of supersymmetric box theories. a few of these constructions may be totally defined within the classical framework of pseudo-Riemannian geometry. Others bring about new innovations bearing on numerous fields of study, corresponding to unique KÃ¤hler geometry or generalized geometry. A booklet of the ecu Mathematical Society. disbursed in the Americas through the yank Mathematical Society.
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