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Log geometry and counts of stable log maps
SPEAKER  |  Michel van Garrel
INSTITUTE  |  KIAS
DATE  |  May 7(Thu), 2015
TIME  |  11:30
PLACE  |  1114 International Conference Room, KIAS
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ABSTRACT  |  Log geometry and counts of stable log maps (Garrel) We introduce some of the aspects of log geometry that are crucial to the Gross-Siebert program. To aid familiarity, the focus will be on examples. We will end with a theorem by F. Kato classifying the local structure of log smooth curves.
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